Cool, Evenly Distributed Air
The basic difference between SpacePak and other air conditioning systems is the way SpacePak actively circulates air within the room and throughout the structure's entire living/working space. Circulating the air more effectively is what makes a home with SpacePak central air so uniformly comfortable: no cold or warm spots, no drafts, and up to 30% more humidity removed.
Conventional central air systems merely drop cold air in at the ceiling; the distribution of cool air is haphazard, leading to over-cooling in some spots or drafts in others.
Window air conditioner units or mini-splits require noisy fans within the living space to blow the air around, and there is no overall circulation of the home's air.
Small, Flexible Tubing Instead of Sheet Metal Ductwork
A central heating or cooling system designed to actively circulate air can use smaller ducts than conventional systems; 2 inch mini duct insulated supply tubing keeps the air moving consistently—like pouring water from a pitcher. This smaller duct allows SpacePak to use flexible tubing to distribute the air instead of bulky sheet metal ductwork.
This tubing is seamless, so it doesn't waste energy through leaks like sheet metal. And it's flexible, so passages have no corners to accumulate dust, pollen, or mold. The tubing's narrow diameter allows it to be placed in the spaces behind walls, floors, and ceilings: it can be installed with virtually no disruption to livable space, nor to interior architectural features.
Central Air Built Around the Space You Have... or Want
SpacePak can be installed into either new construction or an existing structure. Either way, the simplicity of SpacePak's sized-to-fit tubular ducts requires just a fraction of the installation time and cost associated with having sheet metal ductwork fabricated and installed. No other company has more experience designing and building central air systems with the flexibility to fit into virtually any building. SpacePak is ideal for:
buildings without existing ductwork
buildings that utilize radiant heat systems
open floor plans
brownstones or row houses