You may not need to replace all your vents. To determine which vents to replace, find your airflow scenario.
Note: Flair replaces supply vents - the vents that blow air into your home. Flair does not replace return vents - the vents used to circulate air back into your HVAC system.
- Too Much Airflow: this room is too hot when the heat is on AND too cold when the AC is on. You may find that you often close vents in this room. For this room, get a Puck and replace vents. The Smart Vent will close automatically to prevent the room from overheating or overcooling.
- Too Little Airflow: this room doesn't get cool enough when the AC is on AND doesn't get warm enough when the heat is on. You may find that that when vents in this room are open, it still doesn't get enough heat or AC. For this room, get a Puck. For each surrounding room, get a Puck and Smart Vents. The Smart Vents will close in other rooms to push more heat or AC to this room.
- Combination: Your home may have several rooms with different conditions. You may have uneven temperatures in different rooms. In this case, you'll get Pucks and Smart Vents throughout your home.
- Smart Home: you want smart everything! Get Pucks and Vents for your entire home. You can skip small bathrooms and closets.
A room that is too cold all year - combination
A room that is too hot all year - combination
A room that is too hot/cold at certain times of the day - combination
A room with eastern sun exposure that gets too warm when heat or AC is on - combination
A room with very little sun exposure that is too cold when heat or AC is on - combination
A lower level that is too cold all year - combination
An upper level that is too warm all year - combination
Rooms that don't get enough heat or AC because the room with the thermostat turns it off too quickly - too little airflow
You want individual temperature control of rooms in your home - combination
You want separate temperature control of an in-law apartment that shares your HVAC system - combination