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WHAT ARE THE SIGNS OF “BAD” AIR?
If you can answer yes to ANY of the following questions, your home may have low Indoor Air Quality. Other signs include; condensation of windows, musty smells, damp surfaces, discolored ceilings, respiratory issues, and/or lingering headaches.
- Is it humid or uncomfortable in your home?
- Do you find yourself having to turn the thermostat below 75 degrees F to get your home cool?
- Does anyone in the home have allergies or respiratory issues?
- Is noise from either unit an issue?
- Has your electric bill become too high?
- Have you noticed dust coming from your air conditioning vents?
- Does the air in your home seem stale or stagnant?
- Would you like to be able to control the comfort in each room of your home separately?
- Are there unwanted odors in your home?
- So What Causes “Bad” Air Anyway?
There are many different factors that can lead to the deterioration of Indoor Air Quality. Harmful chemicals and gases from candles or aerosol cans can build up over time. Dust, dander, and pollen can also build up if not cleaned or filtered out on a regular basis. Poor home insulation can cause a number of other effects, including too high or too low humidity, mold, and outside pollutants infiltrating your home.
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HVAC Unit Sizes
Efficiency rating is mostly measured in SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) this ratio tells you the amount of cooling your system will deliver per dollar spent on electricity. The SEER rating of a unit can range from 13-17 SEER. The higher the SEER rating the more efficient the unit will be and the less it will cost in the long run to own and operate.
Being bigger isn’t always better; performance and efficiency is what really matters most. Before purchasing a replacement unit be sure your system is sized properly to meet your needs and budget. We can thoroughly assess your home and your comfort requirements to determine the proper size and make appropriate recommendations.
No. A larger heating system with more capacity delivers less comfort and costs more to operate. An air conditioner is at its least efficient when it is first turned on. A system with too much capacity will run in numerous short cycles, turning on and off repeatedly, therefore causing it to be less efficient. Also keep in mind that an air conditioner only removes humidity when it’s running, so a system with shorter run cycles doesn’t remove humidity from the air very well.
Unfortunately, there’s no easy way to determine a correct size unit for your home. In order to purchase the correct size for your home, you will need your home evaluated by a licensed HVAC professional. Please call us today for a free estimate to replace your comfort system. We can guide you to find the correct fit for your house and your budget.
If the system is over-capacity it will not start as frequently or run as long which means poor humidity control and can result in temperature variations and noticeable cycling of your unit. Also, it will not be as energy efficient as a properly sized unit. If the unit be too small then obviously it will result in loss of comfort and run constantly trying to maintain the comfort level.
Heating and cooling systems sizing is based on B.T.U.H. (British Thermal Units Per Hour). Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps are also rated in tonnage. 12,000 BTUH equals one (1) ton. Residential systems can range from 1 to 5 tons.
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