Improve Airflow, Enhance Comfort and Minimize Energy Costs

Are you noticing that some rooms around your house in Towson, MD, are colder or hotter than others? We know that’s frustrating. Your HVAC system likely has an airflow problem that needs addressing. Read on to learn how to improve airflow, enhance comfort and minimize energy costs when heating and air conditioning your home.

Clean the Ducts and Vents

Firstly, without regular duct cleaning, the ducts in your HVAC system collect dust and other particles. As the years pass, the layers have buildup become bigger. All that dust and grime can make it harder for the air to flow freely to all the rooms in your home. Schedule a duct cleaning service every few years to keep your ductwork in pristine condition.

Replace Dirty Air Filters Regularly

Dirty air filters are another problem that can reduce airflow in your HVAC system. Most manufacturers recommend that you replace your air filters about every three months. However, if you have a full household with indoor pets, you could improve your airflow and air quality by changing those filters more every month.

Consider Custom Ductwork

Depending on the size and complexity of your HVAC ductwork, you may have one or more dampers installed to direct more or less air to each room in the house. Balancing the amount of air flowing into each room can be tricky.

By customizing the airflow to each room, you can reduce cold and hot spots in your home and create a more comfortable environment for your family. With our custom sheet metal fabrication services, you can optimize your ductwork for energy efficiency.

Contact Hughes Mechanical, LLC to learn more about how our HVAC services can help you improve airflow, enhance comfort and minimize energy costs. Our service technicians are standing by to answer your questions and address your concerns. We look forward to assisting you with your home comfort.

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