High-velocity proposal for an older home

The air handler is compact enough to fit into a closet

I own a historical beach house in Orland Park, Illinois, however it is located in Orland Park’s oldest neighborhood and within the historic center of the Village. It was built in 1878, more than a decade before the village was officially incorporated, but the house is 2,780 square-feet and features four entryways and two and a half powder rooms! Over the years quite a few interior renovations have added current amenities. The family room includes current cabinets, appliances and countertops, however several bay windows were added in the early twentieth century, unfortunately, the house lacks conventional HVAC duct. The type of construction doesn’t deliver satisfactory space for it. The replacement would totally compromise the architectural integrity and charm, however plus, the project would require hume demolition and create expansive mess and expense… However, the weather in Orland Park is drastic almost year round, but when all of us first moved in, all of us attempted to get by with window a/cs, box fans and an assortment of electric baseboard heaters. The residing space was chilly chilly all Winter time and warm and sticky throughout the summer, and about a year ago, all of us l received about high-velocity heating and cooling. This type of proposal was developed recognizably to retrofit into older homes without disruption. The beauty of a high-velocity proposal is the mini-ducts. They are only two-inches in diameter and flexible enough to route through existing walls. They accommodate studs, plumbing and electrical outlets and connect to circular vents that are only six-inches across. The vents can be localed just about anywhere. The air handler is compact enough to fit into a closet. The people I was with and I are delighted to finally have whole-beach house temperature control.



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