In Western Pennsylvania, pole barns are a common sight and are a great addition to your property. To make these buildings usable year-round, adding HVAC systems for pole barns provides the climate control you need through all four seasons. Whether you're woodworking, working on cars, crafting, or something else -- Why would you settle for being uncomfortable? What options are available for heating and cooling pole barns? Keep clicking to find out.
Forced air heating is a great choice for pole barns. They require ductwork and will need an installed furnace or heat pump to supply the interior space with heated air when called for.
These systems often provide heating in new expansions without the need to install a duct system. When using a ductless HVAC system, one or more interior air handling units are installed on the walls of a pole barn, and are connected to an exterior heat pump through a line set that runs through the exterior wall.
Radiant heating provides warmth to objects directly through installation done below the floorboards. This is often a more efficient choice for pole barns that will have doors or windows opened often.
Surface or ceiling mounted radiant heat panels provide primary, supplemental, or zoned heat throughout your pole barn. This warms up the space quickly once turned on and it oftentimes less expensive.