Some Rooms in my House Don’t Get Cool Enough. Can this be Fixed?

Uneven cooling (or heating) in a home can be the result of several different circumstances. While insulation of the rooms themselves or a system’s fan speed could be the culprits, it is more likely that the dampers to the air ducts need some adjustment to balance the flow of forced air between the rooms. A closed or nearly-closed vent would prevent proper cooling and heating of a room. In addition to balancing the damper openings, check to see that windows are in good shape and that furnace filters are changed regularly. It might be a good idea to schedule a professional duct cleaning to remove any built-up dust and debris. It is possible, too, that the system is aging and can no longer function well enough to efficiently heat and cool the entire house. In this case, replacement may be necessary.

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