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New York City residents need to take steps to make sure that their ducts are properly sealed. If they’re not, there is a risk that air is going to escape the ducts. When this happens, the efficiency of the air conditioning system will drop significantly. Thankfully, it is possible to remedy problems by working with a local professional. Our technicians are eager to help. We have experience working on old and new duct systems. Therefore, we’re confident that we’ll be able to diagnose and solve the issue. Whether the duct system has been poorly designed or it has a leak, call us. We can identify and fix the issue for you.
Gaps & Holes In Ducts
When something is wrong with your duct system, you’ll likely notice. For instance, you may detect a musty odor in your home. Alternatively, your home may be dustier than normal. Have your energy bills climbed significantly higher? If you’ve answered yes to one of these questions, inspect the system and repair any issues you find. Our technicians can fix any gaps or holes around your duct systems. Remember that leaks will lead to major issues.
Even a small leak is going to negatively impact the performance of your HVAC system. Instead of cooling the room, the air will escape and cool your attic or crawlspace. You can’t let this happen since it’ll decrease the unit’s efficiency and send the utility bill higher. Furthermore, you need to properly seal the ducts to ensure that contaminants cannot enter your home. Call our office and take advantage of our duct sealing services. Do that and we’ll fix the problem before you know it.
Proper Seal Guarantees Efficiency
Gaps, cracks, or tears in the duct system will lead to decreased efficiency. Since cold or warm air is escaping the duct system, the HVAC system will need to work harder to keep your home warm or cool. As a result, more stress is going to be placed on the HVAC system and this will lead to big issues. The lifespan of the system will shrink. Plus, there is a good chance that your energy bills are going to climb significantly higher. There is also a risk that the loose ducts will lead to indoor air quality issues.
Pollutants could slip through the small gaps and enter your home through the vents. It is pertinent to ensure that the ducts are properly sealed. They should also be insulated to guarantee that the system can function at efficiently as possible. If you suspect you have problems, contact us so we can carefully inspect your ducts. When we find leaks, we’ll take steps to fix them swiftly.
Signs Of Duct Problems
If you suspect that something is wrong with your ducts, check for the following signs.
- The rooms are stuffy
- Dust is blowing through your home’s vents
- You have found a musty smell in your home
- The humidity levels are higher than usual
- Your electricity bill is abnormally high
- You have experienced respiratory issues
- Airflow and temperatures are erratic
Proper Duct Sealing
Call us and schedule an appointment promptly. When we reach your home, we’re going to inspect your duct system and look for leaks, holes, and tears. There is a chance that your ducts are sealed with duct tape. They may also be damaged. If this is the case, it is a good idea to seal these issues with mastic. To permanently seal the gaps, you should paint the gaps using mastic. However, it is important to remember that only professionals should handle this material. With that being said, it is a good idea to work with us. Our technicians know how to use this material safely and properly.
Our technicians understand the art of duct sealing better than anyone in New York City. We sincerely care about our customers and providing them with high-quality services.
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