Shedding Light on HVAC Misconceptions


When it comes to Conway Air Conditioning, there are many myths and misconceptions surrounding their top-notch HVAC services. In this blog post, we’ll debunk some of the most common myths and provide you with accurate information to help you make informed decisions about your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning needs.

Myth 1: Closing Vents Saves Energy

One of the most widespread myths is that closing vents in unused rooms will save energy. However, this is not true. HVAC systems are designed to work with balanced airflow, and closing vents can disrupt this balance, causing the system to work harder and potentially leading to increased energy consumption and premature wear and tear.

Myth 2: Bigger is Always Better

When it comes to HVAC systems, many people believe that a larger system is always better. This is a misconception. An oversized system will cycle on and off frequently, leading to inefficient operation and potential moisture problems. The key is to have a properly sized system that matches your home’s specific heating and cooling needs.

Myth 3: Air Filters Don’t Need Frequent Replacement

Another common myth is that air filters don’t need frequent replacement. This is far from the truth. Dirty or clogged air filters can significantly reduce the efficiency of your HVAC system and even lead to premature breakdowns. It’s essential to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations and diligently replace your air filters on a regular basis.


At Conway Air Conditioning, we are committed to providing top-quality HVAC services and dispelling myths that could potentially lead to inefficient operation or costly repairs. By understanding the facts and working with experienced professionals, you can ensure that your HVAC system operates at its best, providing optimal comfort and energy efficiency for your home or business.

  • Always consult with certified HVAC professionals for accurate information and guidance.
  • Don’t hesitate to ask questions and seek clarification on any HVAC-related concerns.
  • Regular maintenance and timely repairs are key to prolonging the lifespan of your HVAC system.