Because West Harrison weather conditions can be harsh, your heating and cooling system is an important part of keeping your family safe and comfortable. To make sure you’re getting the most out of your system, it’s critical that you install the system that fits your home. Like Goldilocks, you want one that’s just right. Read on to learn why sizing your HVAC system is so important.

Efficiency and Comfort

Big isn’t always better, especially when it comes to a heating and cooling system. Oversized systems cycle off before they completely heat or cool your home, resulting in inconsistent temperature swings, high fuel bills and increased repairs due to wear and tear. Because they cycle off so quickly, oversized AC units and heat pumps don’t run long enough to dehumidify your air, and you’re left feeling sticky and uncomfortable.

Undersized units aren’t quite as common as oversized units, but they, too, create problems. An undersized system runs constantly trying to heat or cool your home, but it simply cannot keep pace. Fuel bills skyrocket and your system wears out prematurely, but you never really feel comfortable.

Correctly Sizing Your HVAC System

Over- and undersized systems fall short on performance, and your family’s comfort is too important to rely on guesswork. Our installation specialists at Western Hills Heating & Air Conditioning don’t size your system based on intangibles such as guesswork or rule of thumb. We follow the Manual J load calculations established by the Air Conditioning Contractors of America, a proven method for correctly sizing heating and cooling systems. Manual J load calculations take into account not only the square footage of your home, but also the shape and orientation of your home, insulation levels, lighting and home appliances, windows and doors, and lifestyle preferences and age of your family members.

Having a correctly sized HVAC system that matches your home will reward you with many years of comfort. To learn more, explore our HVAC services or call 812-227-3001.

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