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Tips for Fixing Hot Spots Inside Your Home This Summer

Uneven indoor temperatures are a common occurrence in many households, which can be a real annoyance in the summer because nobody wants to experience hot spots in their home when it’s already hot outside. In today’s article, Broom Heating & Air Conditioning, the leading HVAC repair company in our local area, provides tips to help you fix the hot spots in your home this summer.

  • Check for Drafts – Cracks and gaps in your windows and exterior doors can cause hot spots. Check your windows and doors for broken seals and other potential sources of drafts, then fix them. This will not only improve your indoor comfort, but will also help make your home more energy efficient.
  • Get Your Ducts Inspected – As an air conditioning expert, we highly recommend getting a professional duct inspection if you experience hot spots in your home. These hot spots are probably caused by airflow issues with your HVAC system. Getting your ducts inspected and fixed can also improve your home’s indoor air quality.
  • Use a Zoned Thermostat – A zoned thermostat can allow you to control temperatures in specific areas of your house. This will enable you to adjust your system for the hot spot rather than changing the temperature of your entire house. A zoned thermostat can also help you save energy because it will allow you to cool the rooms in your house only when they need to be cooled.

You can rely on our company for all of your heating repair and indoor comfort needs. Broom Heating & Air Conditioning is a family-owned business that has helped local homeowners since 1970. Our decades of experience mean that we know how to handle all sorts of cooling and heating problems. Our technicians can help you figure out the comfort solution that’s right for your needs and budget. Call us at (803) 754-5466 to learn more about our products and services or to request a quote.

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Planned MaintenancePlanned maintenance is key to making sure your heating and cooling system is in top shape at all times. A lot of property owners see it as merely added expense but it’s not! Think of a planned maintenance agreement as an investment into your investment. Your HVAC system plays a role in keeping your home or business comfortable and energy-efficient, after all, so it definitely pays to have one in place.

Broom Heating & Air Conditioning is a NATE-certified Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer. We are committed to quality so you can expect only the best HVAC maintenance service in SC when you work with us.

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