Heating and cooling for renovated property is discreet and efficient

The total renovation of a house in Ealing includes discreet and energy-efficient heating and cooling provided by IBD Distribution’s Invisible.AC sdhvac system powered by Daikin Altherma heat pumps, which also provide domestic hot water. IBD also recommended underfloor heating for the ground-level stone floor areas.

The house was completely gutted and stripped back to outer walls and roof before being renovated to the highest standards.

Invisible.AC uses mini ducts to deliver conditioned air to individual rooms. The system combines aesthetics and advanced technology to ensure quick response, even air circulation, consistent room temperatures with no hot or cold spots and draught-free, even temperatures in every room. It can also be used just for ventilation.

The system avoids indoor units on walls, and some outlets have been incorporated into fitted wardrobes.

Each Invisible.AC unit is linked to a Daikin Altherma air-source heat pump.

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