Many of us have problems with uneven heating in our homes, either because we have a problem room or more generally because sections of the home are too hot (usually upstairs, since hot air rises) or too cold.
While you could tolerate the problem, it’s also possible to solve it – or at least to mitigate it so you can enjoy your whole house without having to make wardrobe adjustments from room to room.
Let’s take a look at some common causes of temperature imbalance between floors or rooms in your eastern Long Island home – and what to do to counteract them.
Uneven heat in your home is typically caused by one or more of three factors: poor airflow in your heating system, inadequate insulation, or air in your 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 heating pro 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 in your home, here are some possible solutions a pro 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 oil heating system service the North Fork and East End of Long Island!