Resolving Uneven Cooling in Your Home

June 30, 2019

When your home in Denver, CO, isn’t cooling evenly, Cooper Heating & Cooling can help. An array of issues can cause various rooms in your home to cool down while others stay hot. By following a few tips, you can increase the energy efficiency of your home and keep all of the rooms at a comfortable temperature.

Check Your Air Vents

If a room isn’t getting cool, make sure that the air vents are entirely open and that there’s nothing blocking them. It’s important to maximize airflow throughout your home so that cool air gets to where it needs to go. For rooms that you don’t use often, consider closing off the air vents.

Keep the Cooling System Fan Turned On

To have air circulating in your home even when you’re not cooling, keep the fan running at all times. This will help keep cool air moving throughout various rooms and get warm air out of areas where it tends to build up. On most cooling systems, you’ll be able to switch the fan from “auto” to “on”.

Add Insulation to Your Home

To keep heat from entering your home on hot summer days, make sure that your building has enough insulation. Extra insulation is especially important in the attic.

Modern Cooling Systems

Installing a zone control system can allow you to customize the temperature in different areas of your home. These systems are perfect for centralized forced air systems and can save you money on your summer energy bills.

Ductless mini-split systems are also an energy-efficient way to keep different rooms of your home at various temperatures. They can save you energy by only cooling areas that you want.

Your Trusted Heating and Cooling company

Cooper Heating & Cooling has been serving clients in Denver, Fort Collins, and Colorado Springs since 1990. Each of our NATE-certified technicians is prepared to assist with any type of heating or cooling job you have.

To learn more about our services, which include heating and cooling, electrical, plumbing, and indoor air quality, give our office a call today.

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