After years of suffering with an overheated, sticky loft every summer, my husband and I decided to invest in central air conditioning. Because our lake loft is well over a hundred years old, the people I was with and I don’t have conventional HVAC duct. The people I was with and I were reluctant to tear down walls and ceilings and get into the giant mess of installing HVAC duct. The people I was with and I consulted with a local HVAC professional who recommended high velocity air conditioning. This type of cooling idea is designed to accommodate retrofit into older homes, and uses bendy, several-inch tubing which snakes actually through slim spaces. High velocity air conditioning is quite a bit more expensive to install than conventional central cooling, but it has advantages. The idea provides a more forceful and colder supply of air, allowing it to cool the section actually swiftly. Because of this, it also removes about thirty percent more moisture from the air than a traditional central cooling system. Because the people I was with and I feel cooler at a higher temperature, the people I was with and I can raise the thermostat a bit and save currency on the electric bills. Our loft feels perfectly cool at 79 degrees. The people I was with and I don’t need to have the high velocity idea running always, and it’s virtually silent. Although the high velocity cooling system requires several vents in each room, the vents are super small and are available in a wide range of styles. We’ve definitely painted the vent covers to match the walls so they blend right in. My husband and I are so much happier in our lake loft now that the people I was with and I have a whole-lake loft cooling system. The people I was with and I no longer need to rely on window cooling systems and a bunch of noisy, ugly fans. It doesn’t matter how sizzling and humid the Summer weather, the people I was with and I like ideal comfort.