Burkhardt Heating & Cooling takes advantage of cutting-edge technology to provide effective, efficient, and versatile solutions to temperature control.  Avoid the expense, hassle, and mess of tearing down walls, and yet enjoy perfect comfort. High-velocity A/C systems utilize flexible, mini ducts, which can be retrofitted into existing walls, floors, and ceilings without causing damage.  Plus, the compact design promotes outstanding operational efficiency, for lower monthly costs. Contact Burkhardt Heating & Cooling to find out more about High Velocity HVAC in the Greater Milwaukee area.

Expert High Velocity Air Conditioning System Installations

Burkhardt Heating & Cooling tailors a high-velocity system to suit your home, budget, and expectations.  Serving the Greater Milwaukee area for more than half a century, we recognize the importance of quality equipment, proper sizing, and meticulous installation procedures. Considering everything from climate, level of insulation, and square footage to occupancy, we ensure an end result which delivers the best value for your energy dollar and comfort needs.  All projects are begun and completed to a swift, smooth, and strict schedule, with careful attention to detail. Burkhardt Heating & Cooling is the right choice for a full range of High Velocity A/C services throughout Milwaukee, Brown Deer, Glendale, Whitefish Bay & Mequon, WI.

Consider some of the many benefits of High Velocity Temperature Control:

  • Evenly distributed airflow through the home
  • Consistent and effective dehumidification
  • Aesthetically pleasing and stylish options for vents
  • No teardown or remodeling required
  • Equipment is concealed in the attic space or installed outside
  • Mini ducts can run between wall studs, through cupboards, beneath floors, and within ceilings
  • Low noise levels
  • Highly energy efficient
  • Can accommodate heating, cooling, and fresh air
  • Ability to designate independent zones
  • Temperature from floor to ceiling varies no more than two degrees from thermostat setting
  • Ducts require one-third less space than conventional ductwork
  • Ideal for older homes and retrofit projects
  • Far less energy waste