Duct Repair Sevices In Vero Beach & Sebastian
Air leaks in your attic and basement can really drive up home heating costs if left unattended. This article provides some do-it-yourself tips on how to seal and insulate heating and cooling ducts.
One of the most energy efficient ways to make your home feel more comfortable is by sealing and insulating your duct system.
When it comes to comfort, leaky air affects us most during the winter. While drafty doors and windows contribute to the problem, most significant air leaks in homes come from attics and basements.
If reducing your winter heating bill is a top priority, then leaving basement and attic leaks unaltered is a major mistake. Heat generated by homes during the winter naturally rises to the attic. Leaky attics allow heat to exit the home, providing cold air an opportunity to enter in the process.
Repairing basement and attic leaks are essential to maintaining a comfortable Vero Beach or Sebastian home. In houses with forced-air heating and cooling systems, ducts distribute conditioned air throughout the house. In a typical house, however, some of the air that moves through the duct system is lost because of leaks and poorly sealed connections. This results in higher utility bills and difficulty keeping the house comfortable; no matter how high the thermostat is set.
Since some ducts are concealed in walls and between floors, repairing them can be difficult. However, exposed ducts in attics, basements, crawlspaces and garages can be repaired by sealing the leaks with duct sealant. An experienced Vero Beach duct repair contractor can handle the job for you. Call Star Quality Air today.
Duct Fogging and Sanitizing
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