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The professionals at Redline Heating are all certified experts. This is important because, unqualified, subpar technicians can cause a number of problems to your HVAC system. One common problem we see a lot of at Loveland are oversized furnaces. An oversized furnace is a quick way to degrade your heating system’s life, and cause a number of other problems for your home. In this article, Redline Heating, will discuss three warning signs and problems that may be triggered by an oversized furnace.
You want the humidity levels of your home to be consistent throughout your home. When your humidity is out of control, constantly fluctuating, it results in a number of problems. It increases the chances of sneezing due to allergens in water vapor, increases mold growth, trigger asthma and other respiratory problems, and overall, creates a less comfortable environment. Oversized furnaces are significantly more likely to experience humidity problems.
An oversized system is often noticeably loud. A noisy furnace is not only uncomfortable, disruptive to your home environment, but can signify that there are other issues with your heating system. A noisy furnace is typically caused by the furnace not being compatible with or fully supported by the existing duct system. The professionals at Redline Heating are happy to help you resolve these problems.
Similar to humidity problems, an oversized furnace will trigger inconsistent temperatures throughout your home. A furnace that is too big will shock your home with too much heat at one time. The rooms closest to your furnace will be disproportional warmer than those further away. This sort of problem can harm your furnace, causing it to shut down.
Know the warning signs of an oversized furnace. If your home or business is experiencing humidity problems, overly noisy, or inconsistent temperatures, give Redline Heating a call. At Redline Heating, we are dedicated to our customers. We want to help you save money on your HVAC System, without sacrificing quality. If your heating or cooling system is in need of replacement give us a call at: (970) 663-6575. Our customer service team looks forward to hearing from you.
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