Super comfortable homes:
With even indoor temperatures, you sleep even better and enjoy every room in your house.
Healthier indoor air:
No more sneezing or allergies as your indoor air will be free from dirt, allergens, contaminants.
With no dust blocking your pipes, you can get the most out of your duct system, meaning more air and longer life.
Keeping your air duct systems well-maintained helps increase their efficiency and therefore contribute to a healthy indoor environment.
Our team knows the job inside out, meaning we will quickly complete it and be out of your house in a few hours.
Reduces Dust and Improves Air Quality
Contaminants from wasted spaces, such as dirt and allergens, get sucked into your ducts resulting in a lot of dust and poor air quality. That’s why sealing your return ducts is crucial as it immensely impacts you and your family’s well-being. Many think that furnace filters are enough to accumulate the average amount of dust circulating indoors. However, they overlook the damage caused by air returning from the leaks. It can make you replace filters more frequently, and when left in for too long, it can put a strain on your HVAC system. Hence, sealing your return ducts is the best way to block out all those pollutants entering your home and being circulated over and over again every day.
Enhances Your Duct System’s Performance
By sealing your ducts, you can achieve the maximum efficiency from your equipment. When you seal and insulate your ducts, you ensure that there is no air return and the duct flow is maintained at all times. This, in turn, increases the system’s efficiency, lowers the energy bills, and often pays for itself through energy savings. A well-designed and sealed duct system also benefits you when installing new heating and cooling equipment, as it helps downsize to a smaller, comparatively less costly HVAC system that can provide better dehumidification.
Helps Improve Your Comfort Level
Since sealing ducts help remove the “dead zones” from your home, it immediately improves the comfort levels. The temperature becomes uniform in every corner, including those stuffy upstairs rooms that become uncomfortable in the summer because the conditioned air isn’t reaching them. And there is a balanced airflow and humidity, so you can easily get the most out of your HVAC systems. It is also a sound decision money-wise, considering that you don’t have to install multiple systems to get the right temperature and air at home.
Lowers Your Energy Bills
Leaky ducts also mean that your furnace or AC unit will need to work harder and longer, which will result in it consuming much more energy and wearing out sooner. If you don’t want to deal with sky-high utility bills and a shortened system life, duct sealing is a simple solution to it. Sealed ducts allow the maximum amount of air to be delivered to the rooms, maintain smooth airflow, and as there is no air return, there are no contaminants either. You can enjoy up to $850 of annual savings per year on your heating and cooling bills!