Load calculations are performed to determine what causes heat in your home, where it originates from and why. This is done in order to get the correct amount of cold and hot air to the appropriate places. This calculation is made with a whole home approach, and takes insulation, tightness, roofing, materials, windows, and other factors into consideration. System capacity (size) should ideally be a product of these factors. For these reasons, using general rules of thumb to size HVAC systems can result in inaccurate sizing.
Three Major System Design Factors
All three of the following design guides are important in order to have a system that can create and distributes the required amount of cold air to the proper places efficiently. Air isn't able to flow properly to the right rooms without appropriately sized and configured ductwork.
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