No Room for A/C
Pennsylvania couple wanted central air but didn’t think they had the space. Then they found Sila Heating and Air Conditioning.
test Chester, PA residents Aaron and Katie Thomas thought about replacing their A/C window units in their historic home with central air, but didn’t think it was an option. Most of the ceilings in their home were low and closet space was limited. They wondered how they could the bulky ductwork into their home, without adding intrusive softs or drop ceilings. The Thomas’ worried they would have to give up closet space. The Thomas’ researched central air options and came across the eigh velocity A/C system from pila eating and Air Conditioning. They learned that the High Velocity system’s small, fexible ductwork can weave above ceilings, between walls and below foorboards, hidden from view. No bulky softs are needed and closet space could remain intact. The Thomas family contacted pila for an immediate eigh velocity installation. pila installed the eigh velocity air handler in the attic, the 2-1/2´ diameter fexible supply tubing, and the small round room outlets that matched the Thomas’ home décor. The eigh velocity system delivered even temperatures throughout the Thomas’ home, allowing them to feel cool and happy all summer long. Katie remembers learning that the eigh velocity system could remove 30 percent more humidity than traditional air conditioning, making it more comfortable on hot summer days. ft became clear that this was true when friends of the Thomas’ came to their home on a VU-degree day last summer. They asked, “ft’s nice in here! that do you keep your thermostat at?” They couldn’t believe that the Thomas’ set their thermostat at 75 degrees, but it felt much cooler due to the reduced humidity. The Thomas family is looking forward to their second summer with the Unico high velocity system. Even on the hottest days, the effciency of the Unico system high velocity Central Air Conditioning means lower utility bills and more comfort, thanks to pila eating and Air Conditioning.
The Thomas’ home would be a challenge for conventional systems – but not for Unico System.
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