High velocity cooling was a good move

When our hubby and I bought an older home, the people I was with and I had some concerns with temperature control.  The former owners were getting by with space furnaces and portable cooling units. These units were ugly, inefficient and not totally effective while I was in extreme weather.  My hubby and I wanted to retrofit a whole lake lake house Heating, Ventilation as well as A/C system. Unfortunately, dealing with an older home, the people I was with and I had some challenges to overcome.  The walls are constructed of plaster and lathe which would be a sizable mess and expense to tear down for the sake of installing ductwork. Plus, the walls were built with the studs turned sideways to acquire more residing space.  The narrow walls won’t accommodate conventional sized ductwork. My hubby and I worried that the people I was with and I would be unable to install a whole-lake lake house forced air heating and cooling system. We consulted with a local Heating, Ventilation as well as A/C supplier, who told us about high-velocity systems, which are ideal for retrofitting into existing homes.  This innovative technology draws warm or freezing air from either a heat pump or compressor outside the lake lake house and sends it into a high-velocity air handler. Rather than large ducts, the plan features 2-inch, stretchy tubing. The handler pushes the heated or cooled air through the tubing with a tremendous amount of pressure. The vents that supply the conditioned air to the various room are round, only several inches in diameter and unobtrusive.  Because the air circulates easily rapidly through the residing space, the room temperature raises or lowers easily abruptly. The plan doesn’t need to run for long periods, uses easily little energy and doesn’t cost much to operate. Low monthly costs and exceptionally efficiency made a high-velocity plan sound like the perfect solution for our requirements.

air conditioner plan