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Air Balancing Services in New Jersey

Air Balancing Services in New Jersey

Did you know that the air inside your home can become unbalanced with too much negative and/or positive pressure? High negative air pressure during the summer may cause high humidity, resulting into stale or musty air and possible mold infestations; and in the winter, it draws in more cold air, making your house feel drafty, which may then prompt you to turn up the heat more than necessary.

Meanwhile, high positive air pressure tends to force cool air out in the summer, which makes your air conditioners work double time to cool the air. A much bigger problem occurs during winter months. High positive air pressure can force warm air out of your house through even the smallest openings, where it can accumulate and condense, causing moisture buildup.

Contact Par-Troy LLC to schedule a home energy evaluation and have your HVAC system assessed, tested, and balanced. Through our air balancing service, you can be sure that your New Jersey home is energy efficient, and your HVAC system is supplying the right amount of conditioned air throughout every room in your home.

Reasons for Overly Positive and Negative Air Pressure

One reason behind air pressure imbalance is the wind that strikes the building, which forces air in or out of your home. Another factor that causes air pressure imbalance is the “chimney effect,” also called stack effect. This is when warm air rises into a vertical passage (like a chimney or flue-gas stacks) because it has a lower density (caused by temperature and moisture differences) compared to the surrounding air. This results in an excess of either positive or negative air pressure.

To distribute the air evenly throughout your home, you should contact Par-Troy for air balancing services. You can address this issue by doing some or all of the following:

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  • Properly sealing air ducts to prevent leaks
  • Venting gas stoves, fireplaces, and other appliances that burn fuel directly outside
  • Balancing heat recovery ventilators
  • Setting your bathroom fans to run off a switch activated by relative humidity
  • Running stove hoods at a lower speed (and covering pots and pans when cooking)

These steps may seem tedious, but they will definitely make your home much more energy efficient and comfortable to live in, too.

Have Your Home Air Balanced Today

Air balancing begins with a proper home energy evaluation. Contact Par-Troy at 973-528-7373 - our expert technicians will conduct an audit of your New Jersey property and recommend the best home energy improvement solutions for air balancing, so you can save on energy costs and more.

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