Air ducts are a necessary part of heating and cooling. For many homes in our area, they’re responsible for transporting heat from the furnace to the rest of the house. The reason why we say “many homes” and not “all homes” is because ductless mini split systems don’t need to use air ducts. They provide heat from an air handler that’s mounted on the wall or ceiling. But these systems are not as common as furnaces, so it’s more likely that you’ll see air ducts in a home.
Here’s a question: how do you know if your basement is too cold for your air ducts or furnace? Sometimes, things can get so cold that a furnace basically freezes up and requires furnace repair in Cumberland County. Even in Greenwich, Hainesport, and Evesham, we all know how cold some days can get, so how do you make sure that your furnace stays warm in the coldest section of your house? Keep reading to find out!