We offer a wide range of duct and insulation services to get your home feeling just right! If you feel that your home is not comfortable, this may be due to poor air distribution as a result of poor duct work, so give us a call and we will send a tech out to diagnose and solve your problem.
Ducts are used to distribute conditioned air throughout the home however, sometimes as much as a third of the air that moves through the duct system can be lost due to leaks, holes, and poorly connected, tangled or kinked ducts. It is therefore very important to make sure that ducts are designed and sealed properly because if the air is escaping through incorrectly sealed or poorly performing duct systems, this will result in high utility bills year-round, difficulty in overall cooling or heating of your home, which may leave your home stuffy, dusty and extremely uncomfortable.
The benefit of a duct system that is well-designed and properly sealed will save you time, money, and result in a more comfortable, cool and safe home environment! What’s even better is that using less energy equals less air pollution so by reducing the amount of energy used to comfortably heat or cool your home, you will have peace of mind knowing that you are doing what’s right for your family and the planet!
In addition, sealing ducts can also help improve the indoor air quality by reducing the risks of pollutants entering ducts from dusty attics or musty crawlspaces and circulating through your home. So don’t delay and contact our team at Nationwide Home Services today for more details…
Indoor Duct Services Include
- Duct Inspections
- Duct Repair and Replacement
- Duct Sealing
Why upgrade from fiberglass to flexible ductwork?
Did you know that even though fiberglass internal duct liner has been used in many HVAC systems, certain studies have shown that there are some adverse health effects associated with fiberglass, which include acute physical irritant to the skin, eyes, and upper respiratory tract? Continual deterioration of fiberglass duct liner may also result in complaints relating to unsatisfactory Indoor Air Quality.
Switching to flexible ductwork may be a better alternative and in addition, flexible ductwork (flex) is the best type of ductwork to use in tight or awkward spaces where rigid ductwork would be too difficult to install. Because these air ducts are flexible, they can bend around fixed structures to work in almost any space.