ST. LOUIS, MO — With a $2 million building renovation, Unico, Inc., has added 15,000 square feet of offices and a 4,000 square foot testing lab to its headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri. Unico manufactures its small-duct and ductless heating and air conditioning systems in the 125,000 square foot facility.
The Unico System® has been installed in more than 500,000 homes in the U.S. and numerous other countries. The Unico System is known for its energy efficiency and Unico is a training partner with the U.S. Department of Energy on its Zero Energy Ready Home. This program recognizes homes that are so energy efficient that a renewable energy system such as solar or geothermal can offset all or most of its annual energy consumption.
More than 700 Preferred Unico Contractors nationwide are authorized to install the Unico System in custom new homes and historic homes and buildings. Installers regularly participate in thorough in-person and online training sessions in order to help solve any design or construction challenge and deliver the best possible heating and air conditioning solutions.
The Unico System is recognized by architectural and historic preservation groups for its ability to be installed in older homes, as well as new residential construction, without disruptive soffits and dropped ceilings. The small-diameter, flexible ducting can weave between walls, below floors and above ceilings, quietly delivering heating and cooling through small round or slotted room outlets. The System also includes the iSeries ductless units which offer high-efficiency heating and cooling for separate or hard-to-reach spaces such as garages, attics and additions.
More information is available at www.unicosystem.com.