After years of suffering with an overheated, sticky house every summertime, our husband plus I decided to invest in central air conditioning. Because our beach house is well over a hundred years old, both of us don’t have conventional ductwork. We were reluctant to tear down walls plus ceilings plus get into the giant mess of installing ductwork. We consulted with a local Heating, Ventilation and A/C professional who advocated high velocity air conditioning. This type of cooling system is designed to accommodate retrofit into older homes, plus uses versatile, 2-inch tubing which snakes entirely through slender spaces. High velocity air conditioning is quite a bit more expensive to install than conventional central cooling, however it has advantages. The system provides a more forceful plus colder supply of air, allowing it to cool the area unquestionably suddenly. Because of this, it also removes about thirty percent more moisture from the air than a traditional central cooling system. Because both of us feel cooler at a higher temperature, both of us can raise the control unit a bit plus save money on the electric bills. Our house feels perfectly cool at 78 degrees. We don’t need to have the high velocity system running regularly, plus it’s virtually silent. Although the high velocity air conditioner requires multiple vents in each room, the vents are super small plus are available in a wide range of styles. We’ve unquestionably painted the vent covers to match the walls so they blend right in. My husband plus I are so much happier in our beach house now that both of us have a whole-beach house cooling system. We no longer need to rely on window air conditioners plus a bunch of noisy, ugly fans. It doesn’t matter how hot plus humid the summertime weather, both of us enjoy ideal comfort.