PHOENIX - Now that your air conditioning is probably on full blast, you might have noticed that some rooms in your home stay warmer than others despite how far you crank the thermostat.
Hot spots in homes are a very common issue, according to Erik Bryan with Precision Air and Heating.
A lot of times, unevenly cooled homes can be fixed by fixing ventilation and insulation, especially if you have attic space where temperatures can soar.
By improving insulation and ventilation, your air conditioning can work less hard and you can save money on each electricity bill.
The initial cost for the fix, according to Precision Air and Heating, is less than $1.80 per foot, taking advantage of their multi-step approach.
The overall goal is to cool the attic space and cool the hot areas so the air conditioner doesn't have to work overtime. By getting rid of the hot air, you allow more cool air to infiltrate the entire home.
For more information, visit Precision Air and Heating online .