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Ductwork

July 9, 2015

Is Poor Indoor Air Quality a Result of Issues in Your Ductwork?

Like many other homeowners, you probably take the quality of the indoor air you breathe for granted. While your primary focus may be on energy savings and home comfort, you and your family could be suffering form poor indoor air quality as a result of leaky ductwork. But don’t just take our word for it. See for yourself how leaky ductwork could be negatively impacting the health of your household. Common Problems With Leaky Ductwork  Distribution of bad air: Leaks in ducts that […]
December 15, 2015

How to Know if Your Ductwork Needs to be Replaced

Ductwork, like anything else, ages and deteriorates, and sometimes needs repair and even replacing. Since your ducts are out of sight, you should inspect them or have them inspected every few years. Following are some of the criteria you can use to determine whether you should consider replacing your ducts. Age How old are your ducts? If you have an older home, chances are the original ducts were not of the highest quality, and weren’t meant to last for the […]
January 12, 2016

Tight Ducts are Important for Keeping Heat Inside Your Home

How tight are your HVAC ducts? If you’re among the majority of homeowners, you probably don’t know the answer. Ductwork is usually out of sight, in an attic, a wall or a crawl space and can be difficult to reach and evaluate. Tight ducts are essential for efficiently heating a home, so your ductwork should be inspected and repaired, if necessary, every few years. How Ductwork Deteriorates The ductwork installed in a new home is usually not the best quality, […]
February 2, 2016

How to Know if it’s Good Ductwork Design

Most American homes use forced-air heating and cooling. Air is conditioned by a furnace, A/C, or heat pump, then distributed to rooms in the home via a powerful blower fan and a network of ducts. While this is a time-tested way to heat or cool a home, ducts tend to deteriorate and leak over time. If they’re not properly designed or installed, the delivery of conditioned air can be compromised from the very beginning. This is why proper duct design […]