Lifestyle Comfort Solutions Saves Client Dollars and Enhances Comfort Through HVAC Air-Balancing

Lifestyle Comfort Solutions Saves Client Dollars and Enhances Comfort Through HVAC Air-Balancing

Lisa E. Crosley, President, Lifestyle Comfort Solutions, reminds homeowners of the advantages of air-balancing.

Recently, Lifestyle Comfort Solutions was asked to provide a Dayton homeowner with the cost to install a mini-split unit to the upstairs of his Cape Code style home. Having self-diagnosed the problem, the homeowner concluded that a mini-split system was the solution to cold in Winter, and hot in Summer.

Upon visiting the home, our technical team suggested an effective, but much less expensive solutions: Air-balancing.

HVAC air-balancing is the art of adjusting and regulating airflow, so each room receives the right amount of conditioned air.

Lifestyle Comfort Solutions’ technical team first determined that the existing HVAC unit was properly sized to handle the home’s comfort demands.

By adding a register to the upstairs, adjusting the unit’s fan speed, and making damper adjustments through the home, Lifestyle Comfort Solutions increased airflow to the upstairs by 40%.

This air-balancing fix cost just a few hundred dollars compared to a $7,000-8,000 cost to install the mini-split system the homeowner originally requested.

This was not the first time Lifestyle Comfort Solutions has saved clients thousands of dollars through air-balancing solutions.

It’s a solution Lifestyle Comfort Solutions’ staff uses in our own homes.

Many HVAC companies lack the technical ability or integrity to inform homeowners that effective, yet cost-saving solutions, exist.

When it comes to Dayton HVAC, Lifestyle Comfort Solutions considers your wallet as well as our own.

To learn more about Lifestyle Comfort Solutions, visit www.lifestylecomfortsolutions.com, or call 937.202.4520.

Lifestyle Comfort Solutions serves the HVAC needs of Dayton and surrounding communities: Kettering, Centerville, Englewood, Huber Heights, Springboro, Bellbrook, Fairborn, Franklin, and Beavercreek.