Whether on a frigid winter night or a hot summer day, you rely on your furnace and AC to run efficiently and to keep you comfortable from the elements. What about the other major component of your HVAC system that delivers the conditioned airflow — your ductwork? Keep reading for tips about how to maintain […]
One of the key indicators of your HVAC system working at its peak is if it’s striking the right temperature balance between the outdoor and indoor air. In the winter, the balance is achieved if your heating system maintains the temperature inside your house at several degrees higher than the temperature outside.
The location of your heat ducts may look like a minor detail. However, you shouldn’t consider it as an afterthought because it can have a significant impact on your heating costs and comfort. So which is the better location for your duct openings between the ceiling and floor? Let’s compare and contrast them.
A brief overview of HVAC ductwork basics helps to understand how these vital components keep your home comfortable and efficient in all seasons. A typical residential HVAC system circulates over 1,000 cubic feet per minute of cooled or heated air. For optimum temperature control, ductwork is designed to distribute a balanced volume of conditioned air […]
HVAC airflow is among the most critical factors when it comes to home comfort and efficiency. When airflow’s not up to specs, cooling and heating performance declines, energy consumption rises and system components incur more wear and tear.
Functional, efficient duct design is as vital to effective heating and cooling as a home’s furnace and air conditioning units. Proper distribution of conditioned air inside a house is a carefully calculated balancing act. The U.S. Department of Energy states that poorly designed and/or improperly installed ductwork can reduce the efficiency of an overall HVAC system by […]
To handle Dayton’s warm summers and cold, dry winters, an HVAC air duct system must be optimized for performance.
If your home has noisy ducts supplying conditioned air to its rooms, you shouldn’t have to accept that as a fact of life. Usually, there’s one or more reasons for noisy air vents and ducts, causes that can be addressed to quiet things down.
If you’re like most homeowners, you take your home’s air distribution system for granted. As long as the ductwork is delivering conditioned air where it’s supposed to go, why worry? Yet, the type of ducts installed in your home, as well as the way the network is designed, can have an appreciable effect on energy […]