I have a small room (8x8) that has no heat/ac. I can squeeze in a 2-3"
duct between the room and the house's HVAC system. Anything larger will
require some major demo. So, my question is whether I can run a 2-3"
duct (like mini duct or even just pvc pipe) to the room and connect it
on the other end to the unit (either directly or split off of one of
the 6" flexible supplies that is conencted to the unit). Not ideal, I
know, but the room that needs the heat/ac is basically a closet, so I
just want to get something to it to take off the edge in the hot/cold
Yes you defiantly can get yourself exhaust fan
that is use for vents in bathrooms it comes 4in."
and you can hooked it up depend what is best for you
either to suck or push the air that you want take and supply
to you room however the fan section will stick out, either where
you taking air from or in the room that you want condition
cool or heat this isn't best way but it should do the job for you
Dido say that
Sure ... and why not. In fact, I've partially closed some of my 6" heat
ducts to slow down the air flow to particular areas, and still get
sufficient air flow. Just take a bit off the bottom of the door, or
provide some sort of exit for good air flow through the area.
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