Do you ever wonder, “why did my builder decide to put my furnace right there!” Many times furnaces are stuffed into very highly used rooms, including the kitchen, closets, bedroom hallways and tend to drive people nuts. Luckily, we have a solution for you.
How To: Quiet down furnace.
AC blower motors have pre-set RPMs and unfortunately they are either ON or OFF. Often causing sleepless nights, duct work to bang, or simply raising your voice during day time conversations. The answer is upgrading to a variable speed DC voltage blower motor. Not only do they slowly, quietly and efficiently ramp up to speed, but they save you money.
A conventional blower motor drops sharply as the duct work resistance increases. It affects air circulation in the house and causes the furnace to overheat. By contrast a variable speed motor maintains constant air flow through a wide range of duct work conditions.
The added advantage to the Variable Speed motor is that it has the circuitry built in to vary the speed of the motor to maintain a constant volume of air. This means that as the filter starts to get dirty and more restrictive the Variable Speed motor ramps up to maintain the proper air flow volume.
When it is time to replace your indoor equipment you really owe it to yourself to at least consider a Variable Speed Blower system. Feel free to call Comfort Zone for a free quote if you are located in the Chicagoland area. 708.403.3434