- About Us
- Air Quality
- Air Conditioning
Homeowners, you don’t need to settle for heat or cool discomfort in your home when there are many options to either correct or supplement your home heating and cooling system.
First, how did it get that way? Perhaps you just bought a new home. Assuming the windows, doors, and walls are properly insulated and you still have hot and cold areas, depending upon the season, it may be a ductwork issue. A heating and cooling system design should consider the size of equipment and size and location of ducts and registers for each level of the home. If a room has a cold spot, it may be that the trunkline (metal ducts attached to the ceiling of the basement) was not designed to consider air velocity. Heating and cooling installers can measure the amount of air going to various registers. Some industry heating and cooling installation best practices include:
The benefits of proper installation of a heating and cooling duct system during the construction phase are great and will provide lasting comfort and energy efficiency.
Ways to Improve an Existing Ductwork System
Once ductwork is installed, it can be difficult to change, but there are things we can do to improve the system airflow.
Here are some options:
If you’re building a new home, require the builder to ask heating and cooling contractors the following:
Request a quality installation with a heating and cooling contractor who has experience with the brand that is being installed.
Matt C. performed detailed service call on our A/C today. He was very thorough and helpful and understanding of our concerns. He represented All Comfort in a professional and polite way. We were left with a thorough understanding following the service call.