There are a number of choices when it comes to heating systems for your home, but some homes may have structural restrictions that can limit choices. If you are looking for an efficient heating system that can also offer you cooling, you may want to consider a high velocity mini duct heating system in Atlanta. As with any whole-home heating system installation, you’ll want to hire professionals to do the job. Premier Indoor Comfort Systems has provided heating solutions for customers for over 15 years, so if you are in need of heating installation, call us today.
What Is a High Velocity System?
A high velocity system is comprised of a heat pump, an indoor air handler and thin, flexible venting that is about 2” in diameter. This tubing is snaked through walls and the outlets for the air are small, circular openings the same size as the tubing.
The way a high velocity system works is by venting warm air into your living spaces at a high rate of speed – about 2,000 feet per second. This high rate of speed forces the warm air from the system to mix with the existing air in your living spaces, creating a comfortable atmosphere.
Benefits of a High Velocity System
As mentioned above, the heat pump technology of the system allows for both heating and cooling. Other benefits include:
- No need for a large ductwork system – the flexible venting of the system allows you to install the system without having to install traditional, larger ductwork.
- Fits virtually any home – because of the way the venting works, a high velocity system can fit with just about any home, particularly homes that benefit from retro-fitting.
- Energy efficient – the high rate of the air allows the system to use about half the air flow of other forced-air systems, and the heat pump only needs about 25% of the electricity of a standard air conditioning system to operate.
- Quick heating and cooling – the system heats and cools quickly, while maintaining healthy moisture levels.
If a high velocity mini duct heating in Atlanta seems like a good choice for your home, call Premier Indoor Comfort Systems today and speak with one of our experts.