How to Add Central Air

In this video, see how with The Unico System it is possible to add central air and keep your high ceilings, crown molding, arch ways and closets.

If you own an older home and are thinking about adding central heating and air conditioning, you probably have a dilemma on your hands. In older homes, a traditional HVAC system usually means sacrificing your unique architectural features and space by having to build unsightly dropped ceilings or soffits to hide the bulky duct-work. 

But, what if you could add central air and keep your high ceilings, crown molding, arch ways and closets? All of this is possible with the Unico System and by watching this video.


Tags: air conditioning heating historic preservation HVAC old homes old house Preservation restoration Small-duct sponsored unico video

By Old House Journal

Founded in 1973, Old House Journal is the original authority when it comes to old-house restoration, traditional house styles, period kitchens, bath & kitchen restoration, DIY projects, gardens & landscaping, and more-- from Colonial and Victorian through Arts & Crafts and Mid-century Modern homes. 

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