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Heating and Cooling Services in Louisville, KY
Climate, along with other things like the ground your home sits on, exposure to the sun, humidity, and elevation, plays a large part in the selection and the efficiency of your HVAC system. This system plays an important role in your indoor environment so the right components are essential for your family’s comfort.
The climate in Louisville, Kentucky is categorized as humid subtropical. The city experiences all four seasons with spring starting from mid-to-late March, summer from mid-to-late May through September, a short fall in October and November and winter from December through February.
January is the coldest month and July is the hottest one. In terms of precipitation, Louisville gets a steady flow of rain averaging from a low of 2.79 inches in October to a high of 4.88 inches in May.
Following are some Louisville weather stats (from the National Weather Service):
Heating and Cooling Degree Days
According to climate-zone.com, there are 4,514 heating degree days (HDD) and 1,288 cooling degree days (CDD) each year in Louisville:
|Louisville Heating and Cooling
|Heating Degree Days
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These calculations were developed by engineers so they could ascertain the demand for fuel to heat or cool buildings on a given day.
As an example, to calculate HDD find the days average temperature and add the high and low ones to it. Divide by two. If the number is above 65, there are zero HDDs that day. If the number is less than 65, subtract it from 65. That will give you the number of HDDs.
For a comparison, below are two extremes regarding heating and cooling degree days in two other areas of the
- Bismarck, ND (HDD is 8,932, CDD is 499)
- Key West, FL (HDD is 68, CDD is 4,820)
The average Louisville home might enjoy several days each year when neither heating nor cooling is required.
True Energy Smart Air Louisville HVAC Service
In addition to factoring in the temperature in selecting your HVAC components, an examination of the air quality may also be necessary. For example, allergens from pollen, birch, elm, cedar and ragweed could affect your respiratory system. We can help select ancillary HVAC components like air purifiers, humidifiers, and dehumidifiers that are right for you.
Your True Energy Smart Air service technician will measure all of the climate and structural factors to provide you with a healthy, indoor environmental oasis.
Contact True Energy Smart Air—your full service, Louisville HVAC dealer to create the perfect heating and cooling system for your home.