We recently moved in a new house. The heat (gas furnace) heats most of the rooms just fine. However, the master bedroom at the opposite end of the house from where the furnace sits dfinitely doesn't warm up like the remainder of the house. Is this normal because of where the furnace is placed? Very little warm air is pushed out in this bedroom while the air that comes in the rooms that lie relatively beneath the furnace blows with good force. It just seems that there would be measures taken to account for furnace placement and even distribution. Should I contact the A/C contracter or am I wasting my time? Did they 'cut some corners' or is this normal. Please advise. Thanks, Chris.