Sunroom could use central AC if ducts were satisfactory


Isn’t it aggravating when you assume that you know something, and it turns out that you are completely wrong? I genuinely hate being proven wrong.

I like to have all my ducks in a row before I make any statements or large decisions.

It’s the worst when I jumped to a conclusion, it turns out to be incorrect, and after that I have boatloads of consequences to deal with. Not so long ago, this was what happened when I assumed that I understood my heating, cooling, and ventilation system lay out. I had recently moved into a new home, and I was still figuring out where to invest my money to make the biggest improvements. I genuinely love to the attached sunroom, although I wasn’t cheerful with the low air quality in that space. In the middle of summer, it was obviously seriously hot. There was no air conditioning installed in the room, and with the daylight streaming in all afternoon, the air temperature quickly climbed. I figured that I needed to save up and install a mini split ductless heating and cooling system so I could utilize the room in the dead of summer time or the middle of winter. However, I did not have enough currency right up front. I waited various months, and then called out my number one heating, cooling, and ventilation specialist. He was examining the room and looking for the best venue to install my mini split ductless heating and cooling system and he observed that there was an air vent overhead. When he investigated the air vent, he found that it was linked to the central heating and cooling system; it simply had been congested with a block of insulation. Had I genuinely looked into the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C ducts, I could have been using this room year-round, all along.

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