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What Causes Uneven Temperatures in a Home?

It does not matter if you are cooling your home throughout a brutally hot summer, or if you are running your heater to keep your home warm during our brief and relatively mild winters. You want to maintain even temperatures throughout the house. There are a number of different problems that can inhibit your ability to do so, though.

The good news is that any problem has a solution. If you are having trouble with your heating and/or air conditioning systems in Mesa, AZ, schedule service with the professionals on our team. Read on to learn a bit more about what may cause uneven temperatures in your home.

  • Improper sizing of systems. This is not only one of the most common reasons for uneven heating or cooling, but also one of the most serious. With certain issues, professionals repairs can resolve the problem. However, if your system is working properly in every way but is just too small to effectively heat or cool your home, there is no “repair” that can fix things. In such cases, replacing the system with an appropriately sized one is really the only option.
  • Zoning problems. If you use a zone control system in your home, you can maintain different temperatures in different areas, or “zones”. If the zone control system was not properly designed and installed, or if it has been damaged or is malfunctioning, then you may not be able to regulate heat distribution successfully. The area or areas affected by the malfunction may not heat up or cool down appropriately as a result.
  • Damaged ductwork. Homeowners using forced air heating and/or cooling systems distribute conditioned air throughout their homes via their ductwork. If your ductwork is damaged and leaking, then you are not going to be able to do so in an even manner. Our duct testing services will reveal any problems, and we can handle any necessary duct sealing services.

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