HVAC Efficiency Troubleshooting – Unit Size Expert Report Released in Lenexa KS

Lenexa-based HVAC technicians, Dillon’s Heating & Cooling (+1-913-214-1343), have launched a new guide to unit size. They explain the importance of having the right AC setup based on the square footage of the property.

Dillon’s Heating & Cooling has launched a new report covering one of the little-known reasons an HVAC unit is performing sub-optimally. The expert Lenexa heating and cooling technicians discuss how to know when an AC unit is too small for the property, and why it’s important to have a new solution fitted.

More information can be found at: https://www.dillonsheatingandcooling.com/post/is-my-air-conditioning-unit-too-small

The newly launched guide highlights some of the airflow and maintenance issues that can occur when customers are using an HVAC unit considered too small.

With the arrival of the hot summer months, Dillon’s Heating & Cooling underscores that it’s important to have fully operational air conditioning set up to enjoy a cool house even on the warmest days.

If local homeowners find that their home is no longer cool and comfortable, it’s a sign that their HVAC unit is not operating efficiently. While there could be a number of reasons for this, one lesser-known problem is the unit being too small.

With every air conditioner installation, it’s important for an experienced HVAC technician to assess the property and recommend the right type of unit for the job. Some of the important elements to consider include SEER rating, the budget of the family, along with quality, ductwork, and the square footage of the property.

Air conditioning systems work by taking hot air and cooling it to achieve a pre-determined temperature at set times of the day. If these temperatures are not being achieved, the size of the unit could be to blame.

Dillon’s Heating & Cooling explains that anyone who suspects their AC unit might be too small should contact one of their experienced technicians. They will inspect the property and the unit, and recommend the best route forward.

A spokesperson for the company states: “A good rule of thumb to remember is that a standard air conditioning system cycle is between twenty to thirty minutes. Any longer and it might be a sign that you are facing a problem and need the help of a professional HVAC technician.”

Full details can be found at: https://www.dillonsheatingandcooling.com/post/is-my-air-conditioning-unit-too-small

Dillon’s Heating and Cooling

12651 W 80th St, Lenexa KS 66215

(913) 214-1343


Release ID: 89037612