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What Is a High Velocity HVAC System?

A high velocity HVAC system works by using small tubes, which are two inches in diameter, to push conditioned air through your home. They are ideal systems for small spaces or historic homes that cannot accommodate traditional HVAC ductwork.

Only one percent of US homes currently use a high velocity air conditioning system, yet these systems are projected to make up over five percent of the future market as more people look for energy-efficient heating and cooling solutions. The experts at Wilson Plumbing & Heating are trained to install a high velocity air conditioning system in your home.

Advantages of a High Velocity Air Conditioning System

Drastically reduced ductwork size can be a major benefit in small spaces or historic homes, and the requirements for high velocity air conditioning system can be over 50 percent smaller than a traditional system. These systems use a single coil and blower unit as the heating and cooling source, and can fit in an unconditioned area like an attic, crawl space, garage, or a conditioned area like a closet.

A high velocity air conditioning system:

  • Runs more efficiently
  • Doesn’t leak air
  • Decreases utility bills
  • Is quieter than traditional HVAC systems
  • Is less costly to repair
  • Filters the air as they operate

Discover why our Southern Cleveland high velocity HVAC system team is the best in the area. Reach out to us today at (330) 400-3334.

Disadvantages of High Velocity AC Systems

The main disadvantage of a high velocity HVAC system is the higher installation cost as compared to traditional models. But as with most energy-efficient installations, the upfront cost is negligible when you consider the major savings in energy and repairs over decades of use.

Is This System Right for My Home?

If you are building a new house or are looking for a heating and cooling option for your historic home, give the pros at Wilson Plumbing & Heating a call today for a free initial assessment. We’ll help you decide whether this cutting-edge option is right for you.

Contact our Akron HVAC team today at (330) 400-3334 and allow us to assess your home and decide if a high-pressure duct system is right for you.

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