I have an older home that lacks any type of ductwork, and the walls are constructed of plaster which is horrible to tear down, and it crumbles and makes a crucial, dusty mess. Plus, the studs in the interior walls are turned sideways to receive more living space. This makes for especially narrow walls, which won’t accommodate traditional ductwork. For a long time, my partner and I got by with many types of section gas furnaces and portable air conditionings, but every one of us weren’t glad with this. Window air conditionings look really horrible. They are aggravating to install and cumbersome to store when not in use. Instead of whole-home cooling, the two of us were living with a couple of chilly frosty rooms combined with a bunch of hot and sticky areas. During the winter, the section gas furnaces couldn’t keep up on really frosty evenings. We’d huddle under heated blankets and just about freeze to death. I also upset about safety complications and hated the ugly extensions cords stretched across the floor. I didn’t realize that there were whole-home solutions available that wouldn’t require a major renovation project. I finally did some research and came across numerous odd options. There’s high velocity HVAC systems which use very narrow diameter, bendy ducts. The ducts are able to be snaked into existing walls and fitted around obstacles such as electrical wires and plumbing pipes. The high velocity proposal pushes air at a very high rate of speed to bring the room to a comfortable level suddenly. The other pick is a ductless multi-split heat pump which links a single outdoor compressor with up to multiple indoor air handlers. The ductless proposal requires only a numerous inch-hole through exterior walls to mount each air handler. Every one of us chose the ductless heat pump, and the entire proposal was up and running within a couple of afternoons with very little disruption to our home.