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How much air are you losing through leaky ductwork?
Most homes rely on a forced air system to provide heating and cooling. This means your house uses ducts to direct where that air is going. Some of the ductwork is visible, such as in the basement or attic, but most of the ducts are hidden in walls.
What’s the problem?
Ducts are metal. With the various twists and turns that it takes to run the ductwork through your house this system has to be made up of numerous, smaller sections. Any place that two sections are joined is a place where air can leak out. It’s also a place where dirty, contaminated air can get in and circulate throughout your house.
On average 30% of the money you spend on heating and cooling your home is lost through leaky ducts. This means that not all the air your furnace or air conditioner has heated or cooled is getting to where you want it. It also means your heating and cooling units need to run longer to make up the difference, and of course this means bigger utility bills!
The traditional method of sealing these joints is by using a mastic or tape. This can work well if you can see the joints and have access to them. However, with a large portion of the ductwork hidden from view this is not always a feasible approach.
What’s the solution?
Aeroseal Duct Sealing Aeroseal Duct Sealing is a breakthrough technology that seals your ducts from the INSIDE! It is applied by being blown into your ductwork. From there the product creates polymer bonds wherever there is a leak in your system, until the leak is closed.
This process allows leaky ductwork to be sealed throughout your house, whether you can see the ducts or not.
You’ll notice energy savings immediately and your house will be more comfortable!
Air Doctorx Heating & Air Conditioning provides heating and cooling services in Oxford, Easton, Chestertown, St. Michaels, Rock Hall, Georgetown, Chesapeake City, Dover and surrounding communities. Call us at 302-492-1333 or request service online today!