Question about Heating & Cooling
Depends on alot of conditions. Was the unit sized right for the house. Are the filters clean? Is the charge proper for the refrigerant? A rule of thumb I look for for is about a 20 degree split. Everyone has a temp they look for. Mine is 20. This gives you a good split and enough temperature drop across the coil to dehumidify so it's not "sticky" inside the house. Take the temperature in your house somewhere that is a good average. Then, take the temperature of the air leaving the air conditioning vent. If your house temp is 80 and you have air leaving your vent at 60, you have an OK split. If it's lover, that could be good to a point. If it's lower with little air coming out of the vent, you have a clogged filter, a clogged coil, or to slow of a fan speed. I also found once that the duct work was torn off the HVAC unit in the attic, so it looked like there was little airflow.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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