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If you’ve noticed a stuffy or stale atmosphere inside your house along with energy bills that seem to get higher, it could be due to uneven airflow. You may have certain rooms that are noticeably warmer than others. Here are a few reasons uneven airflow occurs and how you can fix the issue in your Fortson, GA home.

Blocked Vents and Registers

Blocked vents and registers in your home’s HVAC system are one of the most common reasons for inconsistent airflow. Make sure you don’t have any rugs or furniture blocking your vents and registers, as this can prevent air from circulating evenly throughout your home. In addition, double-check that all of your vents are open.

Check for Dirty or Clogged Air Filters

Air filters clogged with dust, debris or pet hair can drastically reduce airflow and force your home’s HVAC system to work harder to push air through. Fortunately, it’s easy and inexpensive to replace your air filters. While our technicians do this during our maintenance visits, make sure you do this about once every two to three months or more if you have pets that shed a lot.

Inspect Ductwork

If it’s been a while since you had your ductwork inspected, your ductwork could be the culprit. As debris passes through your ducts, it can cause abrasions or blockages. Conditioned air can escape your ducts before reaching the rest of your home, so it’s a good idea to hire a professional to inspect and maintain your ductwork regularly.

Inconsistent airflow in your home can reduce indoor air quality and potentially damage your HVAC system if not addressed. Our team has over 40 years of experience providing excellent customer service to our community. Contact our friendly team at Climate Control Heating & Air Conditioning and let us help with expert HVAC repair services to keep your home comfortable in Fortson, GA.

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