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Things Way too Hot at Home?

Posted February 22, 2018 By Brian Nagle

The adage is there is more than 1 way to solve a problem. On Long Island and many other locations, Cape Cod and farm ranch style homes were the prevalent style homes back in the 1940’s and 1950’s. These style homes have little or no attic space available to install the main component of an air distribution system, an air handler. Air handlers are typically half as wide as a refrigerator and ¾ as long. Occasionally there may be a closet available where the air handler can be installed vertically, but often not. In the past 5 years especially, improved technology and customer concerns have been taken seriously by manufacturers. The new standard in the industry is variable speed inverter technology, providing both cooling and heating, and literally using less than ½ the electric from previous  generations. For homes where central air cannot be installed and work as expected, variable speed ductless offerings are both improved in performance and appearance. Imagine indoor units under 25 decibels and visually not being able to tell that’s its ductless. With these units you can cool larger spaces and remove humidity very quickly, providing a high degree of comfort. There are several excellent manufacturers. One of our favorites is Daikin and specifically, their Emura designer series. This unit actually looks like a lighting fixture or audio speaker. If you have not been able to install central air, this may be a eye opener. Contact Brian Nagle us at www.truemech.com or 631-563-1298 for more information on this.  

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Brian Nagle

Brian Nagle started in the HVAC industry in 1996 on Long Island and has been with True Mechanical since 2011. Additionally, he has over 20 years experience in finance and aviation management.
Contact Brian:
Main office: (631) 563–1298
Email at oevna@gehrzrpu.pbz

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