High Velocity HVACNassau, Suffolk, Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island Counties
High-velocity systems work similarly to older HVAC systems. Hot or cool air comes from a heating or cooling source. That’s usually a heat pump or compressor outside the home.Then, it travels through the house and enters the rooms through vents. But, the similarities end there. Instead of large ducts throughout your home, high-velocity systems use very skinny tubing. The tubing is just two inches in diameter, and flexible. At the same time, the vents are much, much smaller. Most homes have vents at least six inches tall and around a foot wide. A high-velocity vent is usually round and just 5 inches around. The hot or cool air then moves from the compressor or heat pump to a high-velocity air handler. This pushes the air through your with more pressure than duct-and-vent HVAC systems. Because of this, the air circulates very quickly through the area it’s treating once it comes through the vents.
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4 Considerations for Choosing and Installing a High-Velocity HVAC System
High-velocity HVAC’s ease of customization and installation give a homeowner plenty to think about before selecting their new systems. If you’re in the market for a most efficient cooling and heating option, weigh these considerations to design a high-velocity system tailored to your home.
When we come over to your place to complete a Precision Tune-Up or repair service on your heating and cooling system, we come across very few surprises. That’s because the majority of HVAC equipment comes from one of about eight or so major manufacturers. Yet, even when we see that odd furnace or AC system, we’re not stumped. Our licensed, highly qualified NATE-certified technicians have years of demonstrated experience in servicing all brands of HVAC equipment, including the not-so-major ones.