Adding air conditioning to your home can be a daunting task. What is the best system for my home? Will it fit? Do I have to add soffits? Who’s the right contractor? How much will it cost?
Unico is the best air conditioning system on the market. Yes, that’s a bold statement, but mainly because it’s true. Here’s why:
The Unico System is small, a lot smaller than conventional systems. And that plays to your advantage in a big way. So, whether you are adding air conditioning to your existing home, building a new custom home, or simply replacing an old system, the Unico System will fit where other systems can’t and that’s only the beginning.
Instead of conventional ductwork, flexible supply tubing is fitted into existing wall cavities, ceilings or floors. Modular air handlers—small enough to fit into closets, attics, ceilings, crawl spaces or basements—are powerful enough to effectively circulate air throughout your home. Even though its footprint is small, the Unico System delivers the same level of cooling as a conventional system three times its size.
Our supply tubing is designed to be as quiet and efficient as possible, with a nylon inner core and insulation that absorb sound. Our air handlers are designed to isolate noise and vibration, with closed cell, sound-deadening insulation. Together, they bring decibel levels to the equivalent of a soft whisper. While you’ll feel the comfort, you’ll hardly notice it’s running.
DRAFT-FREE, EVEN TEMPERATURES
Traditional systems distribute air unevenly, dumping air into rooms, creating drafts and uneven temperatures throughout different parts of the room. The Unico System uses a principle called aspiration, creating a gentle suction around itself that draws the room air into its stream of cooled air. This delivers even, draft-free cooling, from room to room, floor to floor, and floor to ceiling. The temperature differential is no greater than 2 degrees throughout your home.
COMFORTABLE BY DESIGN
The Unico System removes up to 30% more humidity than conventional air conditioning and heating systems. So, you can keep your thermostat a few degrees higher to achieve the same level of comfort—and that saves on energy costs.