To handle Dayton’s warm summers and cold, dry winters, an HVAC air duct system must be optimized for performance.
If your home has noisy ducts supplying conditioned air to its rooms, you shouldn’t have to accept that as a fact of life. Usually, there’s one or more reasons for noisy air vents and ducts, causes that can be addressed to quiet things down.
If you’re like most homeowners, you take your home’s air distribution system for granted. As long as the ductwork is delivering conditioned air where it’s supposed to go, why worry? Yet, the type of ducts installed in your home, as well as the way the network is designed, can have an appreciable effect on energy […]
A person can be forgiven for not knowing much about their home’s air duct system. It plays a vital role in the home’s forced-air heating and cooling system, performing its job quietly and without much attention. The return air ducts in an HVAC system are especially liable to get taken for granted, even though their […]
Regardless of how efficient and expensive your HVAC system is, it will only be as effective as your air ducts that form your home’s circulatory system. Poorly-designed ducts will downgrade comfort and indoor air quality and increase your energy bills. Here are the basic principles of good ductwork design.
High energy bills and comfort problems don’t necessarily mean your furnace or air conditioner are acting up. In fact, these problems are often the side effects of deficiencies in the ductwork system, such as leaks and poor design. Here are some signs that your ducts need attention and the steps to take to replace or […]
Take a deep breath. How confident are you that your indoor air is clean and safe to inhale? Unless you’re sure that your ductwork is sealed and intact, you and your family could be breathing air pollution on a daily basis. Leaky ducts have been known to lead to poor indoor air quality that can significantly […]
Maintaining a consistent temperature around your home can be challenging. Sunny rooms located on your home’s upper level are often too warm, while north-facing rooms on the ground floor can remain chilly.
Considering the high cost of fuel these days, quality ductwork can be a huge energy saver — or energy waster. If you’re considering a duct inspection or HVAC equipment upgrade, it’s important to familiarize yourself with these five HVAC air duct principles, especially if you live in an older home.
If your home ducts were designed for low cost instead of longevity, they could begin deteriorating in as little as 10 years. Watch for these telling signs that indicate you need duct replacement sooner rather than later.