If you are concerned about the efficiency or comfort provided by your heating and air conditioning system, or if you are about to make a major decision to purchase one, then you should learn what air balancing and system performance can do for your home.
- Improve air circulation
- Less conditioned air escapes
- Lower energy bills because unbalanced air systems cause stress and overwork
- Optimized system performance – increase energy efficiency
- Longer lifespan for HVAC equipment
Better Indoor Air Quality
- When circulation is bad contaminants become present
- Food/health safety issues are involved with contaminated air
- Healthier environment
- Equalized pressure
- Prevents dirt/dust/mold from clogging systems
- Getting rid of cold/hot spots will lead to overall greater comfort
- For commercial facilities, it will lead to improved satisfaction which equals better productivity
- Humidity control
In its simplest form, air balancing is the process of testing and adjusting your air conditioning system to deliver the right amount of air to each room in your home. The actual air balancing process includes a number of related tests that determine the performance of your air conditioning and heating system. By doing this, every room in your home will be as comfortable as possible with the equipment you have.
Your heating and cooling system is a candidate for improvement. An HVAC professional with the right tools and training can improve the performance of virtually any system. The more accessible your ductwork is, the easier it is to perform balancing and duct renovations.
Some of the air flow tips are easy and can be done today.
Which tip are you going to try first?
– check your filter for cleanliness?
– move your furniture or buy an air deflector?