Here’s a startling statistic, straight from the U.S. Department of Energy: approximately 30% of the air that moves through the ductwork in a home is lost to air leaks. That is a substantial amount of air that you pay to heat or cool your home that never even reaches the living spaces. And chances are high that you aren’t aware this is waste is happening.
The way to stop this loss of air and air pressure inside a home’s ventilation system is to contact professionals to arrange for duct sealing. This isn’t a job you should take on yourself with duct tape and a bit of ambition. Duct tape won’t work in this case (it isn’t really designed for ducts) and it requires experts with the best equipment to properly restore the ductwork’s airtightness. If you are local to the The Midlands area you only need to pick up the phone and call Cassell Brothers Home Services to schedule the skilled duct sealing your home may need.
The ductwork specialists at Cassell Brothers Home Services offer duct sealing services in The Midlands and the surrounding areas. Contact us today for an appointment.
Since most of your ductwork remains hidden behind walls and ceilings, how can you tell that it is losing air through breaks and holes? There are some signs to watch for. Here are a few:
Call for HVAC professionals as soon as you notice any of these warning signs.
With experts on the job, you can expect to have all the leaks in your ventilation system detected through special testing and then sealed with mastic or metallic tapes. This will restore your ductwork to its original air tight condition and see that your HVAC system works at maximum efficiency. Sealed ducts will prevent a drop in air pressure in the system that will prevent extra stress on the AC and heater. It will also stop the infiltration of outside particles and humidity that can lead to a decline in indoor air quality. Professionally sealed ducts translate to better comfort, healthier air, and lower heating and cooling bills.
You can’t simply call on anyone to take care of air duct sealing. Only professionals have the duct testing equipment and skill necessary to locate to air leaks and then seal them up so they remain sealed. If you have suspicions that your ventilation system has lost its air tightness, call on Cassell Brothers Home Services for duct testing. If we find that you will benefit from duct sealing, you can trust that we will get the job done to your 100% satisfaction.
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