Ductwork Replacement (One system, material and labor included) Valid only when booked online
Replacement of Residential central air and heat ductwork system. Includes removal and disposal of existing ductwork. Installation of New Sheet metal insulated plenum and flexible duct to each existing ceiling box. Duct work to be Strapped and suspended to prevent condensation. Ductwork shall be sealed air tight.
Heating and air conditioning systems get all of the credit (and blame) for comfort and efficiency, but it’s the air ducts that serve as the circulation system. Too often, ducts are improperly installed, leading to high energy bills, hot and cold spots, and other comfort issues.
While most duct systems will last a long time, there may come a time when you want to modify or replace them. Any repairs or changes to your duct system should be performed by a qualified HVAC technician.
If your duct system was installed over 20 years ago, pay particular attention to signs of duct problems. Speak with a professional HVAC technician about duct modification or replacement if you notice any of the following signs:
- Tangled, Kinked, or Damaged Ducts
Sometimes, flexible duct work section can become ripped or torn. Duct work is also subject to damage if anything falls or weight is placed on it. If you notice bent, damaged, or tangled ducts, contact a professional right away.
- Airflow and Static Pressure
Sometimes, modifications are necessary, such as replacing plenums and grilles with larger (or smaller) ones, adding vents, and using a different filter. Often, the solution to your static pressure and air flow problems is making some adjustments to the existing duct system.
- Strange Noises
- Hot and Cold Spots
- Improper Installation
In addition to choosing the right-sized HVAC system, it’s also important that duct work is sized properly. Undersized duct work can restrict airflow and cause other problems, such as higher energy bills and shorter system lifespans.
Just like heat pumps and other HVAC units, your duct work must be properly sized and installed for maximum efficiency, airflow, and indoor air quality. If the indoor air handler is the heart, your duct work are the arteries and veins.
By being careful about who you hire to maintain, repair, and install your HVAC equipment, you can help ensure a properly installed HVAC and duct system.
Signs of Unbalanced Duct work. Contact an HVAC professional if you notice any of the following symptoms of unbalanced air ducts:
- Hot and cold spots or uneven temperatures
- Inconsistent or non-existent airflow
- Condensation is forming on ducts
- You notice air leaks from duct connections.
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