Closed air vents make the cooling system work harder

There are odd myths that surround air conditioning.

These myths end up costing people a lot of cash and time.

Often, they have no basis and can’t certainly help improve your air conditioning experience. In Chip’s career as an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C specialist, she is always working to bust such myths! Recently, she was called to a lake house that had reMained unoccupied for some time. The new owners obtained it and had been working to renovate the space, but just before moving in, they wanted an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C specialist to come in and install a new Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system. The couple also had problems about the ductwork. It seemed the ductwork was old so they wanted it ran tests on as well, and chip got the task to go and do the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C replacement in this house. She also went ahead to inspect the ductwork and suggested duct sealing to prevent leaks in locales that had gaps. As she was working, the man of the lake house came by to chat with Chip. She spoke to him about sealing some of the vents in rooms that would remain unoccupied for some time. That way, they’d save on energy bills. Chip burst that myth right there and then. See, when you block vents in a bid to save energy, you throw-off the entire distribution plan in the house. As a result, the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan has to work harder to find balance and ends up using more energy. Many folks guess blocking vents saves them cash, however it’s better to install Heating, Ventilation, and A/C zoning in these odd parts of the house. That does a much better task of controlling energy consumption by the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system.
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