Furnace blower speed for heat
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Remember Me? Results 1 to 10 of Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Hope you all had a good weekend. So - Friday was one of those odd days where I needed to have the heat on at night, but the AC on during the day.
What would be the result of me setting the blower speed to a higher setting when using heat? The reason I am asking is because I have a cooler kitchen than the rest of the house, and I want to dampen the other registers to try and balance the house better, but I don't want to decrease the air flow to the point that the furnace doesn't run as effiently as before.
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I was at a home inspector seminar a few days ago where the presenter was discussing furnace blower speeds. He said that slowing the blower speed in heat mode can allow for more heat into the home and lower utility bills due to more even heat and less power consumed. The idea sounds valid. I noticed that my Carrier Weathermaker has the fan set for heat mode to low-medium by manufacturer default. Do you heating guys recommend trying a gas fired furnace is low blower speed for the reasons the presenter mentioned? I'm not a heating guy, but it sounds like nonsense to me. I think it would have the opposite effect.
What is the result of a higher blower speed?
When you have a gas furnace with straight cooling, there is a high likelihood that you'll use two different fan speeds for cooling and heating.
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