Duct Inspection & Repair
Your home's duct system is a branching network of tubes in the walls, floors, and ceilings; it carries the air from your home's furnace and central air conditioner to each room.
With homes representing the largest asset for most families, wouldn’t you agree it’s important to know how efficient they are and how to reduce the cost of ownership?
Blower Door or Draft Test
A blower door test or draft control test measures the air leakage of a home. What this means to you is an opportunity to identify problems contributing to unnecessarily high utility bills as well as comfort and health concerns.
Duct or Blower Door tests measure the leakage that occurs getting heating and cooling delivered throughout your home. What this means to you is an opportunity to identify problems contributing to unnecessarily high utility bills as well as comfort and health concerns. With homes representing the largest asset for most families, wouldn’t you agree it’s important to know how efficient they are and how to reduce the cost of ownership?
Your air ducts are one of the most important systems in your home, and if the ducts are poorly sealed or insulated they are likely contributing to higher energy bills.
Conditioned air is often lost in transition from your HVAC equipment to your living spaces because of poorly designed duct layouts and poor installation practices, which cause you to pay for
conditioned air that never reaches the living spaces of your home. Poor duct layouts with overly long duct runs, numerous branches, and sharp bends, and poor installation with sagging, twisted,
or crushed ducts, can severely limit air flow, reducing system performance and increasing energy costs. Professionally installed duct systems should be installed with compact duct layouts featuring short, straight duct runs with properly supported ducts, in accordance with current industry standards. The ducts should be properly insulated, completely air sealed, and free from kinks and sharp bends that restrict air flow.
Professionally-installed ducts help ensure that heating and cooling can flow optimally to each room. This means less wasted energy along with enhanced room-by-room comfort.
Wouldn’t you agree it’s important that your ducts are installed to deliver optimum perform?
In the journey from heating and cooling equipment to the spaces where people live, conditioned air is often lost in transition, or air from crawlspaces or attics is pulled into the air stream. Both problems decrease efficiency and can cause comfort or other problems. Professionally designed and installed comfort delivery systems will have compact duct layouts featuring short, straight, well-supported duct runs, with properly insulated, air sealed ducts that are free from kinks and sharp bends that restrict air flow.
Return vents at each bedroom ensure a continuous flow of heating and cooling even when the doors are closed. What this means to you is that you will not have to compromise comfort for bedroom privacy.
Wouldn’t you agree bedroom doors shouldn’t have to be kept open to maintain comfort?
Central heating and cooling systems use fans to push air through ducts into living spaces. Air also needs a way to circulate back to the central system, where it again gets heated or cooled and pushed back to the living spaces. One way for air to return to the central heating and cooling system is through large centrally located ducts. These ducts are separate from the ducts that deliver conditioned air to the living space.
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