A typical fan coil unit will consist of two major parts: the heat exchanger, also known as the coil, and the blower which is the fan. Despite its simplicity of design, this kind of unit can be quite effective in controlling the temperature inside spaces. It is currently being used as part of HVAC systems in different settings from homes to manufacturing facilities. H2C Heating Cooling and Plumbing can help install, maintain, repair, or replace these systems.

Low-cost Alternative

Due to their minimalist design, these units tend to cost much lower than competing technologies. Those who are working with a tight budget should consider this as a viable alternative. Note that there’s more to it than just economics. They are extremely versatile, able to serve a single space or multiple spaces using ductwork. The controls may be manual with a single switch or automated with a suitable thermostat. Multiple configurations exist with some being built for ceiling mounts and others for floor mounts.

Noise Level

One of the most common issues with HVAC systems is the noise that they produce. These units are no exception since they do have a fan with blades that need to move quickly to push air out to the room. However, the level of noise that they produce is generally muted. Measurements show highly tolerable readings that are unlikely to cause any disturbance.

H2C Services

If you are thinking about having a fan coil installed in your house, office, shop, or factory, then call us right away. We can do a thorough inspection of the area to evaluate the suitability of such an HVAC system. Our technicians will be able to recommend models that will provide ample cooling or heating for the different spaces. We serve Burnsville and South Saint Paul, MN, as well as surrounding areas.