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Three Possible Reasons Your House Is Experiencing Uneven Airflow

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Most people know that poorly designed duct lines can lead to uneven airflow in the house. However, you may experience uneven airflow even if your system was professionally installed. Here are three reasons this may happen. Restrictions in the Duct Lines Air ducts are responsible for air circulation; they move air into and out of your rooms. The size of supply and return air ducts are determined by the size of the rooms, since different rooms have different air needs.…

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Air Conditioning: The Undersized Ducts Problem

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When your duct system is too small to ensure that your air conditioner has enough air, your system’s performance will drop. This is because, with the amount of air getting into the system being limited by the ducts, your system will be functioning at half-capacity. It won’t cool as much air as it can, and your system will take longer to cool your office space. It will also end up using way more energy, increasing your energy bills.…

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What Happens If Your Furnace's Heat Exchanger Fails?

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Natural gas, oil, and propane-fired furnaces are equipped with a heat exchanger, a set of long, looping tubes or coils that radiate heat from the combustion gases contained within. The heat is given off to the passing air generated by the blower fan, which eventually circulates throughout your home. So what happens if this essential piece of equipment fails? The following takes a look at that scenario and what you can do to keep it from happening.…

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