Fans are often used for cooling pole barns.
Pole barns are a great addition to your property, adding space to store items and do work, whether for business or a hobby. To make these buildings usable year round, adding HVAC systems for pole barns provides the climate control you need through all four seasons. When it comes to heating and cooling pole barns, there are a few different system types available. What works best for you will depend on the size of your pole barn, its construction, and your budget. Forced air heating and cooling for pole barns is a great choice for larger buildings. They require ductwork, which typically isn’t an issue as there is usually ample overhead space available for installation. These systems operate just as forced air central heating and cooling does in the home. A ductless mini split HVAC system provides heating and cooling for pole barns. These systems are often used to provide heating and air conditioning in new expansions without the need to install a duct system. For heating and cooling pole barns with 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 in floor, surface or ceiling mounted heating systems are another popular HVAC pole barn solution. Radiant heating provides warmth to objects directly. Pellet or wood burning stoves are an economical HVAC pole barn option. Fans are often used for cooling pole barns. A window air conditioning unit is another option available for cooling pole barns. These are a good solution for smaller structures rather than large buildings. Window air conditioners do not need ductwork to deliver cool air to the space.