Home is where the heart is – and, chances are, home is where you spend most of your time. Your home plays a vital role in your family’s health and happiness, so it should be where you are most comfortable. Unfortunately there are several problems that can occur with your HVAC systems causing your home to be less than comfortable. Learn more about comfort problems below, and ways that we can correct them.
- Zone Systems – Do you often find that there’s one area of your home that’s too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter? With an HVAC zoning system, you can control the temperature for each area, or “zone,” of your home separately. For example, with a zone system you can have the family room at one temperature, and your bedroom at another temperature.
- Ductless Mini Splits – If you have an area of your home that’s always uncomfortable but ductwork isn’t an option, a ductless mini split could be your answer! Mitsubishi Electric split-zoning systems are specifically designed to improve the comfort level in an uncomfortably hot or cold room of an existing building, without adding ductwork. With individual wall units, you can focus on only cooling the rooms you’re using, saving energy. Plus, the same system can be used for heating during the winter. Click here to learn more.
- Ductwork Modifications – Improperly sized or designed ductwork is one of the most common causes of comfort problems in homes. The ductwork that runs through your home provides rooms with heating and cooling air. If that ductwork is too small for the size of your home, or designed an inefficient manner, your home won’t be as comfortable as it could be. A simple ductwork modification could provide you with the comfort you’ve been looking for.
- Indoor Air Quality – If someone in your home suffers from allergies or other respiratory issues, discomfort in the home may be caused by poor indoor air quality. There are several options that can help, including indoor air filtration, humidity control, fresh air ventilation and UV lights. Click here to learn more about how we can help improve your indoor air quality.
If you’re dealing with comfort problems in your home and would like to discuss the above solutions in more detail, please contact Climatech today!