Modern homes have built-in spaces for plumbing, draining, and ventilation. In areas where the weather requires heating and cooling, architects and builders make sure that there is sufficient installation space and ducting available to install a boiler and air conditioning as well. Therefore, if your house already has a boiler and you need to install an AC, you can do it quite easily.
Will There Be any Problems Adding Air Conditioning To A Boiler?
Most homes will have the boiler system installed in the basement. However, boilers do generate a lot of heat and this can raise the indoor room temperature considerable. Homeowners feel that installing the AC system along with the boiler will result in a complete renovation and a ton of expenses.
But you should know that your house boiler and the AC system are two different systems. You can install both systems in your house quite comfortable. In that case, you can choose to put in your AC system in three different ways.
- Individual ACs – Split AC systems are very popular. These systems consist of a condenser installed outside the house and an air handler located inside the room. This system is affordable and it is very easy to use.
- Attic Condenser – Although individual ACs are extremely affordable, they can only cool one or two rooms at a time. In case you want chilling for a larger space, you have to choose a larger system. These systems will have the condenser located in the attic and it can chill the entire house.
- High-Velocity Attic Systems – High-velocity attic systems are similar to the attic condenser cooling system but they use small flexible tubes instead of a rigid duct system. These systems are the most expensive but they do provide extremely effective chilling for the entire home.
We hope that these will help you decide on which cooling system to use for your home. If you have any queries, you can always write in to us and we will be happy to help you out. Do follow this space for more expert articles on heating, cooling, and other home needs.