Why Isn’t My House Cooling Evenly?

Often, uneven cooling occurs when there is a problem with your duct work. Both leaks and blockages can lead to home temperatures that are not uniform. Improperly sized duct work may also prevent cooled air from being evenly distributed throughout your home. However, ductwork issues are not the only possible cause of irregular home cooling. An uneven home temperature profile can also indicate that your air conditioner is overburdened. This is most likely to happen in homes that were converted or expanded after the central air conditioning unit was installed. Before directly breaking down, an overstressed air conditioner may do a poor job of uniformly cooling the home. Since there are a few potential reasons for uneven home cooling, scheduling a professional inspection is often the easiest way to identify the underlying problem.

Why Isn’t My House Cooling Evenly? was last modified: July 30th, 2016 by Contributor

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