Handling temperature control in historical home with high velocity HVAC
A few years ago, my hubby plus I bought a historic home plus devoted ourselves to restoring it, then the people I was with and I spent a good deal of time, effort plus money into bringing the hardwood floors, doors, banisters plus moldings back to their original condition, but although the people I was with and I replaced the living room, the people I was with and I stayed with a vintage theme, but one of our greatest complications was figuring out a way to handle temperature control.
The people I was with and I didn’t want to tear into the walls plus ceilings to install central heating plus cooling.
After a lot of research plus consulting with a local HVAC corporation, the people I was with and I chose a high velocity heating/cooling system. This type of temperature control equipment can be retrofitted into older homes without major remodeling or cumbersome ductwork. The process was completed without a large mess, plus was quite affordable. Rather than conventional ductwork the system relies on tight, bendy tubing that is fitted into existing walls. These tubes accommodate obstacles such as plumbing pipes plus wiring plus connect to smaller diameter vents! Despite the compact sizing of the equipment, it’s power enough to effectively circulate the conditioned air throughout the home, however it entirely delivers the same capacity of cooling plus heating as a system various times its size. The tubing is designed to be seriously energy efficient plus quiet. The people I was with and I barely hear the system operating, plus yet the people I was with and I absolutely notice the level of comfort, then unlike a conventional system that creates drafts plus temperature fluctuation, the high velocity HVAC system works through aspiration. It creates a gentle suction that draws the room air into the stream of heated or cooled air to maintain entirely even temperature from room to room plus floor to ceiling.