Air flow issues can be really annoying, especially if they compromise the comfort of your Milton, Florida, home. Low airflow can be caused by a variety of issues that lead to poor temperature and humidity control. Here are the top three reasons why your HVAC may have low airflow.

Clogged Filter

Your HVAC’s filter is important for removing dust, allergens, and other contaminants from the air. Most, if not all, of the air your HVAC system works with, is pulled first through this filter. If the filter is blocked or clogged, your system has to work harder to pull air through. This can lead to low or nonexistent airflow if the filter becomes too clogged with debris. Be sure to clean or replace your filters once a month or more often if you have family members with sensitive lungs.

Blocked HVAC Vents

Blocked vents can lead to poor airflow, as it prevents the air from actually making it into your home. This is one of the easiest airflow issues to fix, luckily. If you notice low airflow in your home, the first thing you should do is check all your vents to make sure that none of them are blocked by furniture or hanging drapes. Also, check to be sure that the vents are actually open and haven’t been accidentally closed.

Dirty Ductwork

Like a clogged filter, dirty ductwork can impede airflow in your home. Your HVAC system may be getting a good amount of air and correctly adjusting the temperature, but if that air hits barriers on its way into your home, you’ll end up with reduced or nonexistent airflow. Your ductwork will need to be cleaned by a professional if you suspect flow issues: this isn’t something that can really be handled on your own.

If you’re dealing with airflow issues, the experts at Lunsford Air Conditioning & Heating can help you get to the bottom of it. Give us a call at 850-203-3200 to set up an appointment today.

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