Adding more to the historic home

It wasn’t all that long ago at all that an air conditioner was strictly for the privileged few.  In fact history shows that an air conditioner was a luxury item that only a few could afford. Thankfully, since I possess my own heating and cooling business, things like Heating, Ventilation, and A/C equipment have become quite the norm for me, then every grocery store, office and most homes have air conditioner and heating.  Rarely if ever, do I find it otherwise. However, I did install a very modern heating and A/C unit into a historic 1920’s bungalow just last week. That old place had never had any type of Heating, Ventilation, and A/C in it at all, including ductwork. So I advised the homeowner that a “ductless” mini-chop Heating, Ventilation, and A/C proposal would be the most blatant of options for the remodel of this historic home.  Obviously, this type of Heating, Ventilation, and A/C works without any ductwork, hence the name “ductless”. The ductless mini-chop eliminates any major problems about where to arena ductwork into a home that has never had air ducts before. The historic home has beautiful wood floors and crucial windows, almost to the ceiling. By adding a few strategically arenad ceiling fans, the conditioned air will be moved around the apartment very well.  The ductless mini-chop Heating, Ventilation, and A/C proposal that I installed for him will heat up and cool down her home without startling the ambiance of the historic style. Nor will the ductless mini technology petrify those beautiful floors and windows that she has placed in so various rooms. As a matter of fact, with the ductless mini-chop system, the indoor unit sits unobtrusively high up on the wall, sending out the conditioned air down from above.

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