Homes with boiler systems as their primary source of heat lack the duct work that’s required for traditional central air conditioning systems.
- Just because you have a boiler system doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the comfortable air conditioning.
You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars to install ductwork. You can cool off without tearing apart and remodeling your home. Three are several A/C options available, but I will talk about three of them. One option is a Unico A/C system. Unico offers a high velocity system with tiny hidden vents that can run through narrow spaces like walls, allowing air to penetrate rooms through small ducts. The condenser unit sits outside your home. The unit is insulated and runs quietly and the cooling coils lower humidity levels in your home, saving you money on energy bills. The second option is a SpacePak A/C system. They use an aspiration system to circulate air into rooms and create no cold draft. Normally, they are installed in an attic and use discreet hidden piping to keep your home at a consistent cool temperature. The condenser unit also sits outside the home and dehumidifies your home. The last A/C system option I will discuss is a Fujitsu Mini split system. This type of system requires the minimum amount of disruption to your home, and offers both a heating and cooling system that is perfect for seasonal transitions. It is easy to install and easy to use. It is energy efficient and helps with indoor air quality. There are various types of air conditioning system options available to homes with boiler systems. These are just three, so it’s a good idea to research all options before deciding which one is best for your home.