The air in your home is supposed to be comfortable and at a temperature that you choose. The thermostat in your home is attached to your cooling as well as your heating system. The thermostat can be set to a degree that is comfortable so that you can be warmed up or cooled off when the weather is bad outdoors. There are lots of problems that can come up when you are using your heater or your AC. The issues that might come up can be small all the way to the unit needing to be replaced. One of the most common issues that might come up is that the air in the house is not balanced. The air balancing in the house can be off and that can leave spots that are cold or hot compared to the rest of the house. There are some tips on ways you can help to keep the air balanced in your house. Air Supply Heating & Air Conditioning offers tips to balance the air in your home.
Closing Air Vents is a Bad Idea
The first thing that you want to do is to go through the house and check for all the vents. There should be a vent in each room and the larger rooms will have more than one. The vents are usually installed in the ceiling and are an opening in the ductwork. The vents are a part of the system and happens to be the area that sends that air whether it is heated or cooled into the house. One of the reasons that you get cold or hot spots is from the vents being closed off. You should go around the house and look at the vents and make sure they are open. Closing air vents can cause your HVAC system to run inefficiently and lead to premature wear.
2 Degrees Temperature Test
When you are running your heating or your cooling system you are comfortable at a certain degree. This is what you set your thermostat at to control the temperature in your house. If you start to notice that there are hot or cold spots and the air is not balanced you can try the two degree check. You want to change the temperature up or down two degrees and see if the spots change or if it seems to balance out the air.
Use Window Coverings to Keep Cold Out in Winter and Heat Out in Summer
Your home is built and the windows that are on the outside of the house can be found all around. The windows are going to get different levels of light and heat depending on the direction. These windows can bring in excess heat and that can throw off the temperature in the space. The way that you can correct that is to make sure that you have window covers. When the sun is the brightest you can close them to block a lot of the heat from getting in the house.
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