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Why Your Heating System Must Be of the Right Size

With the heating season really underway, you hopefully have a great heater installed and operating in your home already. If you never got around to replacing an old, failing system, though, or if your system has unexpectedly broken down early in the winter season, be sure to dial our number to have it replaced now. Not only do we carry a great selection of heaters, including furnaces, boilers, and radiant heating systems, but we also take every step necessary to ensure that your heating system in Millcreek, UT is a great fit for your home. This means guaranteeing that it is of the right size for your needs. When you work with Design Comfort, you need have no doubt about it.

Issues with Improperly Sized Heating Systems

When you hear the phrase “improperly sized” in terms of heating systems, you probably immediately think of systems that are too small for the spaces in which they are installed. Undersized heating systems will certainly lead to a number of problems when attempting to heat one’s home. They’ll be underpowered for the task, which means that they will run longer than they should have to as they struggle to heat the property evenly and effectively. This will likely leave you to pay more money than you should have to in order to heat your home, and likely with inferior results. An oversized heater, however, is really no better.

When a heater is too large for the space that it is tasked with heating, it can actually bring the temperature up too quickly. While that may not sound like much of a problem, it will actually cause the system to short cycle, meaning that it will turnĀ on and off more frequently than it should. This puts a lot of unnecessary stress on the system, and can increase the risk of damage. It also wastes energy. Contact us to know for sure that your heater is of the right size for your home.

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