Matching HVAC Units to Your Home
When Houston temperatures begin to rise, there is one place that should be a guaranteed escape from the heat’s intensity: your home. But, what if your home was consistently failing to provide that relief?
Immediately, the investigation would begin.
Through thorough research, you find multiple solutions for fast relief from the sizzling heat. Nonetheless, your intentions aren’t to find a quick solution to the issue; instead, you want to get to the root of the problem and identify the cause of your HVAC unit’s lack of efficiency—and then, you want to solve the problem once and for all.
Armed with new information, you’re left wondering multiple things, particularly if the size of the your HVAC system really matters.
Too Big, Too Small, or Just Right?
Common misconceptions may make owners believe otherwise, but the size of a home or business’s HVAC system does matter. In fact, it is crucial for its overall performance and efficiency.
An HVAC system that is too small will stress to meet a need that it is incapable of providing. In such instances, owners are often forced to add additional units to their home to alleviate the hot temperatures that remain from the undersized unit’s solo performance.
An HVAC system that is too large, on the other hand, will rapidly reach the desired temperature, causing the unit to inefficiently short cycle and leaving a home or business with a more humid environment.
A properly sized system will provide maximum comfort, improved air quality and increased efficiency, while keeping unit maintenance and energy bills to a minimum. A more in-depth explanation of various unit sizes can be found in our free guide.
Call Clear the Air for More Comfortable Air
Our guide explains how our experts at Clear the Air Cooling & Heating can decipher which system is most beneficial for your unique and specific needs.
Contact us today to see how we can help you enjoy your indoor space once again.Keep Your Home Energy Efficient This Spring » « Repair or Replace? The Next Step to Prepare Your Home for Summer