A Unico high velocity system is uniquely designed to fit each home and can provide cooling, heating, or both. Because of this, the price of a Unico system can vary based on many factors including the size of your home, construction and age of your home, climate and region where you live, difficulty of the project, labor costs by market, special product features, etc.
The Unico High Velocity System can be installed in any home to provide maximum comfort. Find out what the benefits of the system are and why it's especially great for older homes.
Living in the Bucks County and Philadelphia area means that summers aren't just hot, but extremely humid as well. Nothing's worse than getting ready to go out in the heat and feeling the humidity inside before you even open the door! While some older homes were designed and built to manage humidity through stone construction and the science of passive cooling, many homes still need that extra help to create maximum comfort.
You might have heard of it: the high velocity home comfort system that so many home owners are switching to. But what does high velocity really mean? And why should you make the investment -- especially if you've got no complaints with your old system?
We'll be back at the Chestnut Hill Home & Garden Festival tomorrow and we can't wait! This is one of our favorite community gatherings of the year, and it looks like it's going to be a spectacular day to walk the streets of one of our favorite Philadelphia neighborhoods
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There are a lot of choices when it comes to home comfort systems AND a lot of misinformation out there. In this article we're going to tackle the claim that small duct, high velocity (SDHV) systems are loud or noisy.
Issues with your HVAC systems can be among the most frustrating problems to have. Whether your home tends to get really cold in the winter or your office can't get properly cooled in the summer, HVAC issues can be expensive and uncomfortable.
Small-duct high velocity (SDHV) heating and cooling systems have many benefits over conventional systems: they use less electricity, can be installed in more places, and are less susceptible to leaks. However, not everyone is familiar with what to look for in these systems, meaning it can be difficult to know how to select one.
Whether you live in a hot or cold climate, high-quality HVAC systems are critical for comfortable living. For many people, the type of heating and cooling system that they use has the biggest impact on comfortability when the weather is extreme. Because of this, it's important to understand the benefits of choosing a high velocity heating and cooling system.