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Debunking Myths about AC Service and Furnace Repair

Myths circulate in every industry and the HVAC industry is not immune! It’s high time to dispel certain misconceptions, particularly concerning AC service and furnace repair. Many homeowners have been misinformed about how their systems work, and what they can do to improve efficiency and lifespan. This misinformation can lead to unexpected costs, decreased comfort, and potentially significant damage. Let’s clear the air once and for all with High Performance Heating & Air Conditioning.

Myth #1: It’s Normal for Some Rooms to Stay Cold or Hot

A common misconception people have is believing that it is normal for some rooms to remain cold during the winter or hot during the summer. This is not accurate. When your HVAC system is properly sized, installed, and maintained—it should evenly distribute air throughout your home. Persistent temperature disparities could signify that your system needs a professional service or repair.

Myth #2: Closing Vents in Unused Rooms Saves Money

Many homeowners believe that closing vents in unused rooms can reduce energy use and save money. Unfortunately, this is a myths. HVAC systems are designed to distribute air evenly throughout the house. When you close a vent, it can disrupt this balance and make your HVAC system work harder. This could increase energy bills and even damage your system.

Myth #3: HVAC System Doesn’t Require Regular Maintenance

Some people think that HVAC systems don’t require regular maintenance. This could not be further from the truth. Regular maintenance of your HVAC system can reduce unexpected breakdowns, extend the lifespan of your system, and maintain optimum efficiency. It’s always best to schedule a regular check with your trusted HVAC professionals at High Performance Heating & Air Conditioning.

Together we can debunk HVAC myths, arming you with the true information you need to keep your home comfortable and systems running efficiently. Always trust the professionals when it comes to your HVAC needs, and feel free to reach out to the team at High Performance for any queries or concerns.