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Adding A/C to my old Victorian house
Various options have been proposed, one is suggesting that we replace the current warm air furnace with one that will accommodate a/c input as well, using the current heating vents. The primary heating in the house is steam, the warm air vents are in some rooms, not all (my guess is that they're holdovers from the old coal system). These vents are on the floor or lower in the wall, not where I'd ideally want a/c vents (warm air rises, cool air falls), and we'd have to cut in and add some more. Thoughts?