When you hear people talk about hot spots in their homes, they are talking about closets, bedrooms, and bathrooms that do not seem to get the best cooling from their conditioning systems.
At Absolute Airflow, our team gets more in-depth into making sure we have helped you with all your home’s temperature controlling needs. We all know it can be frustrating when you cannot control your house’s temperature consistently.
However, before you start to think of ordering a new system, the truth is that your conditioning unit probably is not broken. If you are tired of hot spots in your home and cannot find a viable solution to the problem, Preferred services zoning is an excellent solution for you.
How We Can Help You Get Rid of Hot Spots in Your Home
- One is to make sure all your conditioning system’s joints are sealed up. To seal them up, our team of AC experts will put an air duct sealant over all the connected joints to make sure there is no leaking of any air into your attic space area.
- The next section that needs sealing will help in your system’s indoor unit to ensure there will not be air sucking in the attic area.
- Another excellent solution we will help you get rid of your home’s hot spots is installing a ductless mini-split.
How Does A Ductless Mini Split Help
First of all, this device is called a ductless mini-split because if you look at the work Preferred Services does, and you will mostly see that we use air handlers that hang on the wall instead of ductwork that runs into attics.
The other thing we use to help you get rid of hot spots is refrigerant lines that go from your system’s air handler, which blows air throughout your home or that specific spot you are trying to cool down.
Refrigerant lines go out to your system’s condenser unit outside. It would help if you used a mini-split ductless system because it is more of a slimline condenser than others and is extremely good because it can go through your system’s tight spaces.
With mini-splits, you do not require a lot of space to get rid of the hot air and allow air circulation that is needed to remove the heat out of your house. Again, the best thing about our ductless mini-split slimline condenser is that it comes with a pad that sits on its outside.
Another great reason is that it also comes with a safety disconnecting box. Its other accessories include an air handler that blows cool air excellently to your hot areas.
Lastly, the ductless mini-split comes with a handheld remote control designed to perfectly regulate temperature every time you have your control at hand. Once you have programmed the Slimline condenser, you can turn it up and down and have it working as a regular thermostat on your wall; you will be able to allow access to cool air in all areas of your home.
Understanding the Ductless Zoned Temperature
If you are using a thermostat indicating a specific temperature, know that this does not mean all the temperatures in your entire house are at the same level.
The thing is, heat will always rise with your upstairs getting warmer than your home downstairs. With the ductless zone temperature controlling, you can place the controller in several areas at intervals to ensure adequate fresh air flowing throughout your home.
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