How to Fix Cold Spots in Summer

How to Fix Cold Spots in Summer	With the summer months upon us, households across the United States will be cranking up their air conditioners to stay cool. In many households, this is going to cause cold spots to appear. But don’t worry – we’ve compiled a list of simple tips for fixing cold spots that will eliminate these problem areas.

Upgrade Your HVAC Equipment

A common cause of uneven airflow throughout your home is, unfortunately, because your HVAC equipment hasn’t been properly sized. If this is the case, then upgrading your equipment is your best bet to fix the problem. While this may not be a cheap option, it’s definitely one that will be effective.

Replace Your System with a Zoning Setup

With a traditional cooling system, your equipment labors to condition your entire home despite the fact that some rooms cool off a lot more easier than others, which often causes cold spots. A solid plan of action is to switch out your current setup with a zoning system, which allows you to split your home into different sections and only cool off the areas that you select.

Add Insulation Where Needed

A big reason why certain areas get colder more easier than others is because they haven’t been properly insulated. If you don’t know how to select the proper amount of insulation or simply don’t want to rely on your own expertise or lack thereof, call up a qualified technician and he or she will make sure that the job is done right.

Perform a Ductwork Analysis

Airflow problems are often the result of damages to your ductwork, such as holes or tears that have developed over time. The good news is that this is an easy fix and you’ll immediately see improvements to both the airflow within your home and the efficiency of your HVAC system.

If you’d like more information on fixing cold spots in your home or any other home comfort issues, the friendly HVAC professionals at NisAir Air Conditioning and Heating can assist you. We’ve been serving Martin County, Palm Beach County, and Indian River County since 1973.

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