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Sep 07 2015

Why Are Some Rooms Cooler Than Others Inside My Home?

Improve energy efficiency & comfort with a visit from your HVAC repair company.

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Desperate to get your home’s energy efficiency under control this fall? You are not alone! The cost of heating and cooling your house likely goes up every single year, no matter what you try to do about it. And to make matters worse, you likely have a room or two in the house that always seems to be several degrees cooler than the rest of the house all winter long. Wondering why some rooms are cooler than others inside your house? Curious whether that difference might affect your home’s energy efficiency?

HVAC Bad News

The bad news is that this temperature difference forces your HVAC equipment to work harder than it should have to work. Your furnace will run more frequently all winter long as it tries to achieve your thermostat’s settings, which is hard when there is a big pocket of cold air seeping in from that back bedroom.

HVAC Good News

The good news is that your HVAC repair company can take a look at your existing air ducts and recommend a solution to your uneven heating. If there is duct work running to the cold room, the technician can remove the obstruction that’s keeping warm air from reaching the room. And if there’s no existing duct, he or she can recommend a way to deliver warm air to the room.

Keeping the home’s temperature balanced will mean your furnace will run less frequently and your home will be more comfortable, all at a lower price than what you’re paying now.

Energy efficiency is a concern for many homeowners. If you are looking for ways to save a few bucks on your utility bills, your air ducts could be a great place to start. Click here to learn more about improving your home’s energy efficiency this fall from our friendly team at Comfort Services.

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