Seal in Savings With Green ID Duct Sealing
Does your home have a room that is either too hot in the summer, or too cold in the winter? The culprit here may be leaky ducts. In a typical home, SRP estimates that about 20% of the air that moves through the duct system is lost because of improper installation. On top of that, most homes in Arizona have the ductwork located in unconditioned attic space, where temperature differences can be extreme, and any leakage results in the HVAC system working even harder. If you have leaking ducts, you’re throwing your money away when you could so easily enjoy a more comfortable and healthier home by testing and sealing up your duct lines.
Flex ductwork is commonly used in Phoenix homes built in 1980 or later. This type of ductwork became popular because of its simplicity to install, however, best practices in duct design and sealing and installation are rarely, if ever, followed. In addition, after some time, flex ducts will frequently begin to split or crumble and will need to be either spliced or completely replaced to remain functional.
Sheet Metal Ductwork
While sheet metal ductwork is better for airflow and durability than flex ductwork, homes built with sheet metal ductwork are never sealed and typically leak 20% of the conditioned air into the attic.
What you get when you seal your ducts:
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The Keck Family, Phoenix, AZ
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