Posts Tagged ‘ductwork leaks’
The cooler autumn season is a great time to check and seal any possible air leaks in your home that contribute to increased cooling and heating costs.
The ducting throughout your home is an important part of your A/C system because it is what carries the cool air to all of the rooms of your home. It is important that your duct system is not just well designed for proper airflow, but sealed the right way as well.
Most Colorado homeowners don’t think twice about their air ducts until energy costs rise significantly, and they begin to look for problem areas other than the heating unit.
Do you look at your utility bill each month and scratch your head over how much energy you’re using? One problem you’re most likely facing is air leaks, which can be quite costly. If you’re ready to whip your home into shape and start saving money by sealing those leaks, we’re here to help.
Cooler temperatures have arrived here in Colorado, and you’re probably thinking about ways to reduce your home’s energy usage. There are several ways to do this, from insulating your attic to installing a smart programmable thermostat.
If your home is heated or cooled by a traditional HVAC system, the air that keeps your home comfortable is distributed via a duct system. All of the air from your system travels through this ductwork, which creates many opportunities for air and energy loss. Keeping your ductwork sealed good and tight is essential if […]
Every home has a cooling load, a specific amount of cooling that must be generated by your air conditioner or heat pump to meet preferred temperature levels.
To have an efficient heating and cooling system in your home, you need properly sealed ductwork. In a typical home, 20 percent of the money spent on heating and cooling is wasted, simply because heated or cooled air escapes through the leaks in the ductwork.
Excess dust and dirt in your air conditioning system can reduce airflow and electrical current, reducing system efficiency and hindering performance. Here’s more on the problem and its solution.