This type of temperature control device was developed recognizably to retrofit into older homes without disfigure.
Because my home was built during the late 1780s, we’ve dealt with some unique complications. The windows were all single-pane, double-hung plus leaked a tremendous amount of air. Over the years, we’ve updated them with thermal-pane, low E, Energy Star rated windows. We’ve carefully caulked around them plus weatherstripped all of the doors. There was initially no insulation in the walls, ceilings or attic plus approximately one power outlet in each room. We’ve needed to bring the wiring up to code, install a current electrical panel plus update all of the galvanized pipes of the plumbing system. One of our greatest challenges was the lack of conventional ductwork. Both of us were unwilling to deal with the mess, immense investment plus loss of space caused by installing a duct system. Plus, most of our walls were too tight to accommodate the pipes. For a while, all of us tried to get by with a combination of electric baseboard heaters, a wood stove, window cooling systems plus box fans. The variety of heating plus cooling units looked ugly plus couldn’t manage ideal comfort. The home was boiling in the summer time plus cold in the winter. Both of us were absolutely thrilled when he heard about high-velocity heating plus cooling. This type of temperature control device was developed recognizably to retrofit into older homes without disfigure. The proposal makes use of flexible, mini-ducts that are only multiple-inches in diameter plus can be snaked through existing walls. The heating/cooling component is compact enough to install into a closet. The proposal uses a process of aspiration to give conditioned air at a very high rate of speed.