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    HiV Systems

    Good day all,

    I am new here and will do my best to follow your rules. Please forgive if I ask stupid questions.

    My wife and I are considering buying an old Victorian home built in 1875. WE want central Air to be sure. Connecticut summers are not what they were once upon a time.

    I have been reading about the Hi Volume A/C systems (HiV). That certainly sounds like what we would go with as we don't wish to disrupt the integrity or beauty of this home.

    Running a Google Search for HiV installers in CT gave me zilch. Can someone clue me in on finding someone who can educate me on what to look for in selecting a contractor, what to look for in selecting a system, etc?

    Thank you,

    Dwight

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    Dwight;

    The Product is..."Hi-Velocity Systems"....They are out of Alberta Canada...Great Company.

    The Local Distr. is F.W. Webb.....and the can recommend a installer.

    Good Luck.

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    Thank you

    Thank you very much,

    I will check them out.

    Dwight

    Quote Originally Posted by air conditioner man View Post
    Dwight;

    The Product is..."Hi-Velocity Systems"....They are out of Alberta Canada...Great Company.

    The Local Distr. is F.W. Webb.....and the can recommend a installer.

    Good Luck.

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    I'm familiar with Spacepak and Unico. I'd prefer to go conventional if at all possible however. Call a few contractors and get their opinions, it may be possible to go conventional with little disruption to the home. Of course, they don't build them like they used to.

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