Furnace and cooling system can’t handle addition

About several years ago, my fiance and I invested in an addition for our home… All of us wanted each of the adolescents to have their own private study room.

All of us desperately needed more closet space and another bathroom, and the project was overpriced, time-consuming and stressful. My fiance and I knew honestly nothing about designing an addition or how to handle the actual construction. All of us hired a general contractor who subcontracted toil to a licensed plumber, electrician and sheet metal fabrication shop. All of us should have insisted on input from a certified Heating as well as A/C professional; When the general contractor recommended that the people I was with and I extend the HVAC duct and utilize the existing gas furnace and cooling system, the people I was with and I trusted her judgement, designing, fabricating and installing a duct system into the addition was fancy. The completion of the pipes delayed the project by several weeks and cut into the available space of our floorplan. All of us lost square footage to accommodate the HVAC duct. All of us now need to arrange our furniture to accommodate the location of the vents; Once the addition was complete, the people I was with and I figured out that the gas furnace and cooling system are too small to handle the larger square footage. During the coldest weeks of winter, the furnace runs non stop, causes big energy bills but can’t keep up. The lake house feels chilly no matter how high I adjust the control unit, then i’ve been forced to invest in space furnaces to supplement. During the peak of the summer, the central cooling system can’t combat the heat and humidity. All of us run box fans to try and make the study rooms a little more comfortable.
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