High velocity a/c systems are efficient and relatively simple to set up in any home. They can utilize any conventional high-efficiency outside central air-conditioning system. Although often set up for cooling, they are perfect year-round system for water heating purpose and heat pumps too.

Utilizing high velocity air circulation, these devices have special heating /cooling coils that can get rid of 30 % more moisture from the air. This enables you to set your thermostat greater, reducing your summer electrical energy costs, and still be comfortable. With a heat pump in the winter season, the output air is warmer too.

Instead of utilizing basic huge round or rectangle-shaped sheet metal ducts, a high-velocity system makes use of little 2-inch-diameter pipes to distribute the cool air. The blower system and main duct are often located in an attic. The small pipes run from the primary duct to each room.

There are no large walls or registers. A number of flat 5 inch diameter face plates with 2-inch outlet holes lies near the ceiling in the corners. The outlet face plates are beautifully finished (some offer 24-karat gold plating). They can likewise be created or pictured.

A high-velocity system provides comfortable, cool air flow in the room. The cool-air outlet draws the remainder of the space air into the cool-air stream. This removes drafts and the mild blending produces an even space temperature.

If you have a two-story house, which lots of older residences are, the little pipelines are generally diminished through the corner of a closet to the first floor. The outlets are mounted in the ceiling, with minimal remodeling work required.

High-velocity systems disappear louder than conventional systems. The last numerous feet of the pipeline near the outlet makes use of sound-deadening products.

Another option is a mini-split ductless system. It uses outdoor compressor units linked to cooling blowers in several of the spaces. It will not cool all the rooms as equally as the high-velocity system, however it is typically sufficient. Your local heating/ cooling service provider ought to be familiar with these systems.