Tired Of Uneven Heat And Dusty Air? What To Do


If the heat in your home is uneven throughout the house, and if you have air that is dry and dusty, don't deal with it all winter or all year. Instead, talk with a heating and cooling professional to see what you can do to have the furnace fixed, to have the air evenly distributed throughout the house, and to fix the air quality. Here are some of the things that you want to have the HVAC repair professional address while they are at your house and ready to work on your furnace.

Clogged Ducts and Dirty Filters

If the ducts throughout the house are clogged, this is pushing dry and dirty air out through the vents, and then your air is dry and dusty. If your filter is clogged, this can result in the same problem. You want to have the HVAC ducts cleaned out to remove any type of dust, pollen, and other allergens that are trapped, and have the furnace air filter replaced right away. Filters can need to be changed multiple times in a year.

New Humidifying System

Have a new humidifying system installed directly onto your furnace by a heating professional. This will put moisture into the system so that the air that is circulating around the living space is already moist. This prevents dust throughout the house, and it can help with a variety of other issues like dry skin, dried out wood around the house and more.


The unit should be tuned up to make sure that it's heating the house to the right temperature, to ensure that all of the components are working correctly and efficiently, and so you can see if there is a specific reason the heat is dry an uneven throughout your house. The tune-up should be able to help with your problem. The tune-up is something that you want to do every year to make sure that the furnace is safe and ready for use.

There are a lot of different things that could be causing your heater to warm the house up unevenly, and why some rooms are colder or warmer than others. If you are tired of the inconsistencies and the winter air in your home is dry and dusty, you want to get help before the dry air damages your skin or your home. These are just a few of the things that the HVAC experts may need to do. To learn more, contact a company like Biggerstaff Plumbing Heating & Air


8 November 2017

Inspecting Your Air Ducts

Last summer, I began to get extremely hot in my home. My air conditioning system couldn’t adequately keep my home cool anymore. Therefore, I contacted an experienced HVAC contractor. This individual visited my home and thoroughly inspected my unit. If your air conditioner isn’t working like it once did, your air ducts may be clogged up. Thankfully, an expert HVAC contractor can determine if faulty air ducts are the cause of the hot temperatures inside your home. On this blog, you will discover how an HVAC contractor can properly inspect your air ducts. Stay cool and comfortable during the hot summer months!