Summer is here! The warm temperatures are here to stay for a while and your air conditioner will be put to the test, working hard to keep you comfortable and cool each day. Did you know that the ductwork connected to your cooling system can accumulate dust and dirt, and even develop small cracks over time that leak air? This translates to air that isn’t as clean and a lot of wasted energy if it’s not discovered quickly. In addition, this makes your system work harder and it can negatively impact the efficiency of your system and could cause unnecessary breakdowns.
Here’s why you should check for air leaks this summer:
The ductwork in your home plays a big role in the overall comfort and temperature inside. When leaky ducts are present, air can’t reach the rooms in your home quickly and your system has to work harder to reach the designated temperature. Unsealed ductwork can also cost you money. An HVAC system that’s working hard makes the operating components worn down. This means it costs more to run and has to run for longer periods of time.
Your ductwork usually runs through the dustiest and dirtiest parts of your home, including the crawlspace. When there are leaks in the ducts, dirty air particles that are full of dust, harmful debris, or bacteria can get inside of your home and that means you and your family are breathing contaminated air that could be damaging to your airway and health.
We’re proud to be a licensed contractor that offers Aeroseal duct sealing. Aeroseal is a patented solution that has a 98% success rate for homeowners, making it an affordable way to fix leaks from the inside out. Aeroseal technology blows microscopic particles of sealant into the ductwork of your home and they form bonds into the holes and cracks of the ductwork. It’s an instant fix and you’ll notice a difference immediately in the even cooling of your home. In addition, you’ll likely see a difference in your utility bills because less energy is being wasted!
Don’t delay on having your home’s ductwork checked for leaks and holes. Contact us today to find out more information about our experience helping customers around Oregon with Aeroseal duct cleaning. Need to replace or repair an HVAC system for your home or office space? We can help with that too, so contact us today!