Question about Goodman Heating & Cooling
I have this problem since we moved-in to our 2 bedroom Condo/townhouse and we have a Goodman Airhandler. The air is not evenly distributed over the house. The other room is more colder/warmer than the other. What can I do to boost the fan speed. We have a celing type vents.
By the central air is about 11 years old.
I would look at having the ducts checked. Alot of them are "Flex" ducts and they collapse over time. Look for poor installation too. Sagging, hard bends and such. There could be the possibility that a duct may have come loose and some or none of the air is making it to the desired space.
I would also look at installing damper doors in the ducts. This allows for you to restrict air flow to one area which would help force are to the desired area.
I have heard of people installing in-line booster fans but I've never heard of anyone saying they work. Don't reccommend that.
Speeding up the fan will change the temp of the air to the space. Don't reccommend that either unless it has been installed at the wrong speed from day one. Outside shot but worth checking.
Good Luck and let me know how it works out.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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