Question about Heating & Cooling
Our home is total electric and we don't understand why the center of the house stays warm and each end of the house stays cold. The warm air comes out in the middle of the house but cold air comes out on each end of the house.
You need to have your ducts balanced. It takes special equipment and expertise. They block some and open some ducts so the air flow is even throughout! You could just partially block or close the vents in the center and you might get more heat in the end of the runs. Also if the ducts are running in unconditioned air, like under the house or in the attic. You could be losing heat by not having insulation on the ducts. Try wrapping them.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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