Fixing Uneven Cooling at Home
When the temperatures start to rise, you may notice that some rooms in your home are cooler than others. During days with mild temperatures, it may not be a problem. However, it could start to be an issue on warmer days. Uneven cooling can potentially be a sign of dirty filters, air leaks, blocked vents, or inefficient circulation. Fortunately, there are things you can do to remedy the situation.
In areas that may be warmer than you’d like, check the vents and registers. Sometimes these can be inadvertently blocked by furniture or other items, and sometimes they’ve been so loaded down with dust and debris that they get clogged. Once these issues are fixed, more air can be pushed into those areas.
You may need to run the fan more often on your unit. If you keep it in the “on” position more frequently (as opposed to “auto”), then the fan might do a better job of circulating the air. As a result, temperatures can even out in different rooms.
If you think that you could benefit from help, Innovative Mechanical, LLC is here to serve our community in Marietta. We can send out technicians to your home to perform a thorough evaluation of your HVAC system. There’s a possibility that there may be air leaks in your ducts. If we find any evidence of this, we’ll promptly close those up. We may be able to shore up your insulation as well so that you’re not losing any excess cool air. Finally, a zoning system may be something wise to invest in since it can let you have better control over different areas.
At Innovative Mechanical, LLC, we have a combined 50 years of experience in the field. Our service rates are fair, and we provide all of our customers with estimates. We’d be happy to help if you’d like our NATE-certified technicians to address a potential issue. We service all makes and models of cooling units, including:
- Armstrong Air
- Other Energy Star appliances
Contact Innovative Mechanical, LLC today to schedule your appointment in the Marietta area. We can also assist with heating repair, installation, and maintenance as well as solar power and air quality issues.