This much is true with most home heating, cooling and ventilation designs: no matter how appealing or green an abode might be, a person can usually pinpoint the cold spots in a house or the ones that are too warm.
Not to fret.
A Minnesota-based company – Tjernlund Products, Inc. – sells a number of low-cost ductless systems that move air from one part of the house to another, whether through walls or through floors.
Here are two of its products:
- AireShare™ Level-to-Level Fan – Can move air from level to level. The unit either blows air up to a higher level or, when installed in the opposite orientation, down to a lower level. It can move stove or fireplace heat up or down a level or move cool air from a basement up to the main living space.
- AireShare Room-to-Room Transfer Fan – The tool for homes with split systems; pulls cool air from floor level or warm air from ceiling level to provide more even distribution.
This case study from the Tjernlund website is worth reading: