Forced Hot Air


Definition of "Forced hot air"

Bill  Kwasniewski
Bill Kwasniewski Century 21 Advantage Gold

A heating system consisting of a heating unit forcing hot air through an interconnected network of air ducts with outlets throughout the structure. The advantages if a forced hot air system are: rapid elevation of room temperature from forcing hot air through the outlets; the system can easily be converted into a central air conditioning system using the building; a humidifier unit can easily be attached to the duct work to maintain a comfortable level of humidity throughout the building.

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