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Why is one heating duct producing more heat than....?
Hello guys, this is a 60 year old house with a Gas central heating system. Main issue I think with this house is the uneven distribution of heat in the vents as only one room on each floor has a lot of heat while the other room's vents do not put out same amount of heat. The ducting is a like a tree trunk with different branches and some branches are not putting out the same amount of heat as the main one which simply baffles me and to which no one, not even my friends who do boiler installation and repairs can give me an explanation for this.
What possible reason could there be for a heating system to have more heat in only one duct and much lower heat in others, why couldn't they apply the same amount of heat to all ducts please?