Inspectors who inspect homes that are being built or retrofitted with newer HVAC systems should know something about ductwork and air returns. Making sure that airflow and return air are being moved through the system properly is vital for energy efficiency and comfort. Read more in Inspecting Ducted Returns.
Cooling is essential for homes in regions that experience hot weather. And it’s vital to get the right installation and balance for homes in climates that are particularly humid. Find out more by reading Inspecting Whole-House Dehumidification Systems.
Before the weather heats up, it’s important to have a home’s cooling system serviced so that it runs optimally. And it’s just as important to have the right size system installed in the first place – not just based on the size of the home, but also the home’s climate zone. Evaporative cooling systems are affordable alternatives to conventional central air-conditioning systems, but they don’t work everywhere. Find out more about them by reading Inspecting Evaporative Cooling Systems.
New homes are being built to be more airtight and energy-efficient. That’s why it’s more important than ever to make sure that their cooling systems are properly sized and installed. Whether your clients are in the process of building their home, or you’re inspecting their existing home, don’t let them waste money or energy. Read up on some helpful tips in Inspecting Compression Cooling Systems.