Some of us deal with the problem by keeping sweaters handy as you move from one area of the house to another – but that routine gets old pretty quickly. The far better solution is to fix the root cause of uneven heating and cooling – or at least reduce it to manageable levels.
Let’s take a look at some common causes of temperature imbalance in your Long Island home – and what to do to manage them.
In a forced air system, hot and cold zones in your home are typically caused by one or more of three factors: poor airflow within your HVAC equipment, insufficient insulation, or air leaks in the home. More specifically, causes include:
The challenge is that these problems aren’t always easy to diagnose without the right tools and training. A licensed HVAC technician can test and assess your system to help you identify the real cause of your heating issues and determine the best course of action to take to solve the problem.
If you’re experiencing uneven heating and cooling in your home, here are some possible solutions an HVAC professional might suggest, in order from the simplest to the most complex:
Experiencing uneven heat in your home? Burt’s Reliable can help. Contact us today to learn more about heating and cooling system service in Long Island’s East End and North Fork!