I am debating on what type of cooling method I want for my home. I am considering central a/c, which requires duct labor installation, but it’s not a simple process. I would have to strip down my walls to the bare bones. Then the ductworks are several inch heavy metal piping that needs to be installed… On older homes, duct labor installation could ruin the house, and I don’t want to do so much work on my home just for an air conditioner. There is also the option of a ductless mini split a/c, but, then you need to have several indoor air handlers plus temperature controls in the house. On the positive side, I would have Heating plus A/C zone control. On the other hand, I don’t want to have to maintain several units… Anytime something goes wrong, it could be with any unit. I also suppose the cooling installation with a ductless mini split is quite considerable. I suppose what might be best for me is high velocity a/c. This is a combination of central air plus ductless AC. There is ductwork with this unit. However, the duct labor is half the size plus bendable. You can fit the Heating plus A/C ducts into the slats of an older home. The installation process is easy on the walls plus the duct labor does not have the complications that central air does. You also only have one unit that runs the cooling function in the home. It gets its name because of how powerful it is. You can abruptly whip the AC around the home plus lower the temperature in a matter of seconds. It is that easy.