In 1732, Henri Pitot, an engineer from France studying fluid dynamics, developed the basis for what is known today as air balancing. Air balancing is the best way to fine-tune your home’s air conditioning system to always be at optimum performance—cooling your home adequately while keeping energy consumptions at reasonable levels. Sierra Air, Inc. technicians are some of the few certified individuals who can properly utilize air balancing techniques to make sure that your home’s HVAC system is always at its best.
Why You Need Air Balancing
Air balancing works by taking in warm air, cooling it down, and then circulating the cooled air back into your home. Airflow is an essential part of this process and anything that dampens the free flow of air can greatly affect your HVAC system’s performance. Many air conditioning contractors and technicians are certified to install, maintain, and repair HVAC units, however, only a few are trained to optimize airflow in a home. In fact, most air-conditioned homes today operate at 30-50% capacity due to poor air balancing planning, which costs homeowners hundreds of dollars every year for essentially nothing.
Who Can Perform Air Balancing
Our professionals are NCI-certified technicians trained to diagnose, test, and adjust the ductwork in your home for proper air balancing. As of today, there are less than 5,000 certified air balancing technicians in the world, and we are proud to say that it is a major part of our own air conditioning installation procedures.
How Air Balancing Helps
At Sierra Air, Inc., you can rest assured that we consider air balancing in our clients’ homes. It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that replacing units with newer models will help greatly in reducing HVAC utility costs, but without proper air balancing, you’ll wonder why you’re not seeing the savings you expect and will be left hanging in the air.
Air Balance Your Home With Sierra Air, Inc.
Call Sierra Air, Inc. today at (775) 800-5500 to get more information about air balancing and how it can help your home’s HVAC system. Services are available in Reno, NV and all surrounding areas.