Avoiding Hot & Cold Spots in Your Home

The effects of a good heating a cooling system can do wonders for your comfort and the comfort of those who share the home you’re in. Sometimes, however, you may notice isolated hot or cold areas in the house and wonder what can be done to mitigate this issue.

One step may be air balancing, which will improve air circulation and “even out” air flow throughout your home. It means delivering the right amount of air to each room in your home to avoid those hot and cold spots. A qualified HVAC technician can measure air flow and make the adjustments necessary to keep air flow as even as possible no matter what time of the year it is.

An additional way to combat hot and cold spots is to operate the thermostat on “circulate” mode. This option allows the fan to operate on a predetermined schedule and provides more air flow, especially during the shoulder seasons. More air flow can keep temperatures even all over the house, and keep everyone at a comfortable temperature.

Should you notice issues like this with your HVAC system, never hesitate to ask a professional about them. They take great pride in making sure your comfort needs are met and can often offer up solutions you may not have thought of that are simple and effective, and get you back to comfortable living in no time.