The HVAC system must match the home

The price of air conditioning recently increased in August.

We’re talking about almost doubling the cost for the same thermostat settings, after all.

I then realized it was about time to begin the HVAC equipment replacement process. Actually, the HVAC technician took extra time last spring to go over the warning signs I should watch out for as the heat pump started to fail. And at the top of the list was the sharp increase in air conditioning costs. Every spring, we always have our air conditioners serviced. It comes after the annual heating maintenance we receive in the fall and is a part of the HVAC service plan. We had that conversation last spring when the HVAC technician arrived to service the heat pump’s HVAC system. The HVAC specialist could immediately see that the heat pump’s efficiency was declining. I made sure to look out for the warning signs as a result. After August, I made a call to schedule the HVAC contractor’s visit and start the HVAC upgrade. I learned a lot about the newest developments in residential HVAC during that excellent meeting. But I also discovered how crucial it is to match the HVAC system’s size to the house’s specific air volume. I hadn’t really given that much thought, but when I inquired about getting a larger HVAC unit for more power, I learned my lesson. The HVAC contractor then went on to explain that the HVAC unit must match the house’s air volume. If it’s too small, the heat pump will have to run continuously to keep up with demand. If the heat pump is too big, it will turn on and off far too frequently, reducing its efficiency and reducing its lifespan.

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