HVAC is an acronym for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. The system will work in unison to keep your house comfortable at all times during the day. All you have to do, aside from routine preventative maintenance, is set your thermostat to your desired setting and enjoy the comfort of the interior of your home.
How was my specific HVAC system designed?
When your system was installed, many factors are considered to determine the optimal size of your furnace and air conditioner. The overall size of the house, the quality of the insulation, as well as the location of your house help to determine how much power your HVAC system will need to efficiently keep your home comfortable. A qualified, trained heating and cooling professional should have been able to evaluate your home’s specific needs and install the correct system.
How do I know if my HVAC system is too big for my home?
Your home should feel comfortable to you based on the temperature you decide to maintain for your comfort level. If your home has fluctuations with maintaining a constant temperature year-round or if you are experiencing humidity inside your home in the summer months, this could be a sign of an ineffective HVAC system. Once you set your home’s thermostat settings, you should have the confidence of knowing that the system will function correctly.
For all your HVAC needs and more, contact Dean’s Professional Plumbing, Heating, Air, & Drains. With over three decades of service experience, their trained professionals will be able to assess all your HVAC specifications and recommend any needed improvements to your current system.