I recently purchased a new townhome and the AC works great. It almost seems like it works too well because it will come on for a couple of minutes, blows a cold hard blast of air and then shuts off. It does this sometimes 10 times per hour, keeps the home nice and cool but the blast of cold air is uncomfortable when I'm in bed or sitting at my dining room table. The builder had the installing contractor out and he changed something on top of the furnace and slowed the fan speed down but it still turns off and on and is really cold. The builder and AC man say everything is working good and I should be happy that it does not run all the time.
My townhome is approx. 1800 sq ft with 12 ft ceilings on the first floor and 8 ft. ceilings on the second floor. My new home manual says I have a 2.5 ton AC on the bottom and a 3.0 ton AC on the top.
The builder/AC service man only gave a simple explanation of the system (probably since I'm a woman) and told me all was well. I do not trust that these people have my best interest at heart but do not know who to call. Can anyone on this site advise what would be the best course of action? My other home did not seem to cool so fast, is the way this unit working proper? The builder told me that since these are more efficient units and my home is well insulated then my house will cool faster and the AC units will work better and blow colder air. I don't want to complain if this is the way things should work but after spending $$$ on this place I want everything to be working right. I live north of DFW airport in Texas.
Thanks in advance!!