- My home has central heating but one room always stays cold. What could be the problem?
You’ve invested in a central heating and cooling system for your home and you expect all rooms to be warm and comfortable during the winter. All rooms seem to be just fine except for that one room that always stays cold. Same thing happens during the summer when all rooms are kept cool except one that’s simply too hot.
This imbalance in temperature could be caused by several factors. It could be because of the lost airflow due to leaky ducts. In some cases, airflow can be totally prevented from reaching distant rooms if the leaks are too large.
Another probable reason that people often overlook is the location of the room. The farther the room is located from the air system the more difficult it is for that room to receive the optimal amount of airflow to keep the desired warm or cool temperature.
Your plumbing and heating specialist from I-Delta can perform a thorough inspection of your property to help you identify the cause of a faulty central heating system. You can trust I-Delta.com to provide the right solution, whether it’s fixing leaky ductwork, installing an additional HVAC system, improving your home’s insulation, and more.