Conventional systems can require bulky buildouts that result in awkward aesthetics. By contrast, small-duct, high-velocity systems like the Unico System are constructed of flexible tubes that can snake in and out of a home’s existing cavities, without having to gut your home.
Each year, heating and cooling systems account for more than half of the energy consumption within an average home. Homeowners who chose energy-efficient HVAC solutions, like The Unico System, can see dramatic reductions on their monthly utility bills.
Homeowners seeking the quiet comfort of central air without sacrificing the style of their older or custom home have a new small-space HVAC option for The Unico System with the introduction of three new vertical upflow air handlers.
Small duct HVAC systems, like The Unico System by NARI Silver Partner Unico, are a space-saving way of adding modern indoor comfort to homes that simply don’t have the room for the bulky ductwork associated with traditional forced air central heating and cooling, and where adding such would significantly disrupt the home’s original design and aesthetics.
Small duct, high velocity (SDHV) Air Conditioning systems, like the Unico System, are a smart way of adding central air to homes that don’t have the room for the large ductwork associated with traditional AC systems.
The type of HVAC system you should buy depends on the age, size, and construction of your home. All of these things need to be taken into consideration when buying and installing a new HVAC system. Unico’s small duct, high-velocity system is ideal for older homes and custom-built homes.
Summertime often spells disaster for old homes and historic properties. Higher humidity levels that warp walls and floors are also the perfect breeding conditions for everyone’s least favorite invasive species—mold.
Old Home Journal and OldHouseOnline partnered with Unico to host a webinar on Feb. 22 to discuss how small-duct heating and air conditioning can bring your older home the modern comfort you want.