Another fortune of such a high powered system is better air quality
Buying an older cabin that is full of historic detailing but lacks conventional HVAC duct made heating and cooling seriously difficult. All of us were unwilling to tear down the existing walls and ceilings and destroy the architectural integrity of the home; However, trying to manage comfort with window cooling systems and portable electric furnaces was problematic. These units were ineffective, uncharming and cost quite a bit to operate. I started to research other options, looking for something more energy-efficient and less obtrusive that would supply centralized temperature control. I came across high velocity Heating as well as A/C that utilizes mini ducts that are stretchy enough to snake through existing walls and ceilings without causing destruction. This type of system is one of the easiest and least disruptive to install. It requires only small holes to be drilled into the walls to accommodate pipes that are only a couple of inches in diameter. The vents are really small and available in all sorts of styles and colors. While the upfront investment into a high velocity unit is quite a bit more extension than a conventional system, running costs are far lower. All of us avoid the up to 20% energy losses that are correct with traditional ducts and benefit from around a 25% savings on our utility bills. The high velocity system moves air really suddenly, creating a process of aspiration and cooling off or heating up even sizable rooms quickly. This not only achieves ideal comfort without delay but minimizes operation, shorter run times means less energy consumed, making the system beautifully energy efficientâ€¦ Because the mini ducts are individually insulated, they are also quiet. Another fortune of such a high powered system is better air quality. Because the air provides more velocity when moving through the slimducts, it carries away dust and debris and avoids build up. There’s less chance of contaminants getting introduced into the breathing air.