In our previous blog, “Why is My Home Warmer Upstairs Than It Is Downstairs” we covered a lot about the science behind the issue and other possible causes. If you have notice that your upstairs is becoming unbearable, then there are a few things you can do to help balance the temperature of your home both upstairs and downstairs. Here are some things you can try yourself before calling a professional:
If you have done everything that you can to help keep your upstairs cool but are still finding that your upstairs is significantly warmer than your downstairs, then it is time to call the professionals!
The best way to solve an issue with the upstairs of your home being warmer than the downstairs part of your home is to use a zoned system. A zoned system divides your home into at least two heating and cooling zones (the upstairs and the downstairs) so you can control how they are cooled and heated and adjust each zone to a different temperature if needed.
The professionals at EasyBreezy A/C can complete an annual checkup on your home’s HVAC system, look for any maintenance that needs to be completed, and check your home for anything that may be hindering airflow upstairs. We can also help you to setup a new zoned system in your home if you would like to make changes to improve the airflow to the upstairs of your home.
Last modified on March 27th, 2020 at 6:52 pm
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