I first heard about high-velocity heating and cooling systems two years ago; Before that, we made due with electric baseboard oil heating systems and window cooling systems. During the winter, those portable oil heating systems couldn’t keep up. My local part sees temperatures down to disadvantage twenty-multiple. The current home is sizable with lots of rooms, high ceilings and strenuous to heat. My whole family consistently complained about feeling freezing. The people I was with and I needed to bundle up in layers of jackets, fuzzy socks and often wrapped in blankets. I made sure to have electric blankets on all of the beds. In the summer, we deal with temperatures in the high eighties with excessive humidity. The portable cooling systems were able to cool down a single room, however the rest of the current home felt tepid and sticky. I was unhappy with our comfort levels and the appearance of the equipment. Because the current home lacked conventional air duct, we had genuinely few possibilities for central heating and cooling without a major construction project. High-velocity heating and cooling systems are designed to retrofit into older homes. They use versatile, mini-ducts that are only two-inches in diameter and made to snake through walls and ceilings without disruption. The vents are only six-inches in diameter, allow freedom of location and are available in all unusual styles to suit any decor. The heating/cooling device is so compact that it fits into a closet. The idea works by a process of aspiration. It sends air into the several rooms at an especially high rate of speed, creating a gentle suction and quickly raising or lowering temperature. The smaller diameter ducts are also insulated, minimizing energy losses.