Uninterrupted airflow throughout your home is very important in maintaining your preferred comfort level. Your HVAC system works to ensure greater thermal comfort and energy efficiency in your home. According to AC repair expert Econoair Heating & Cooling Inc., one way to ensure that your home’s air flows freely is to aim or redirect your air vents. 

Improve HVAC Efficiency

Here’s how redirecting or aiming your air vents can help improve your home’s HVAC efficiency.

It allows you to take advantage of natural airflow. Redirecting your vents will help keep your home comfortable and enable you to save a significant amount on your energy bills. To accomplish this, air conditioning repair professionals suggest that you first identify the location of the air vents, then adjust them accordingly depending on the current weather conditions in your area.

It prevents blockages. The layouts of older homes weren’t always considered when HVAC and furnace installation projects were undertaken. As a result, vents were sometimes placed near windows and doors, which enabled air to escape the house and had an impact on energy consumption. To prevent this in your home, redirect the vents so that they face away from these openings. You should also avoid obstructing airflow, as some people tend to make the mistake of placing furniture in front of the vents.

It reduces stress on your HVAC unit. When redirecting your vents, avoid closing them completely, even in rooms that you don’t always use. This is because doing so tends to create a low-pressure area, which can pull hot air from the rest of the house into the rooms with closed vents. While this may not sound like a bad thing, it actually stresses your heating and cooling system, shortening its lifespan and resulting in considerable energy expenses.

Whether you need a furnace repair or a regular HVAC check-up, Econoair Heating & Cooling Inc. has got your back! You can call us at 905-763-2400 or fill out our online form to book an appointment.

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Bruce Pou