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Are Leaky Air Ducts Costing You Money?
In many homes as much as 40 percent of the air sent from the central heating and cooling system does not make it to the rooms where it is needed. The main reason is leaking air ducts. It's a primary reason why some rooms never feel comfortable and the furnace or air conditioner runs longer than it should, wasting energy and raising utility bills.

Your home's ductwork is a maze of joints, curves and creases that can allow air to leak out. Because an HVAC system operates under pressure, even a minor leak can dramatically reduce efficiency.So what can you do to reduce air leaks in your home's air ducts?

The first step is to have a professional HVAC technician inspect your home's air ducts to identify any leaks or gaps in the system and test the airflow to ensure air is reaching the far reaches of the home. If air supply problems are found, there and effective solutions for providing tighter, improved airflow throughout the home. One newer option is professional duct sealing. Duct sealing is the process of measuring the rate of air entering and returning in through the HVAC system. Next, the air ducts are sealed with a polymer coating from the inside that effective seals even pinhole size leaks. After the process is completed the airflow rate is checked again to ensure that leaks have been effectively sealed.

Have questions about your home's air ducts? Give us a call, we can help with all your home heating and cooling needs.
 
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