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Whether you need to replace your old and inefficient HVAC system or you are a building owner looking to upgrade your building’s air conditioning unit, we can help!
We are a professional duct installation service provider that can help you improve your indoor air quality.
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We are equipped to work on commercial buildings, domestic buildings, and office buildings.
An old duct can cause many problems. It may leak air into your home, causing mold growth on walls, ceilings, and floors. Or it could even be creating an unhealthy indoor air quality inside your home by trapping dust particles and other contaminants.
If any of these symptoms sound familiar, then it’s time to call our professionals at (206) 852-2976.
Some of the signs of failing and outdated ductwork include:
An efficient HVAC system needs to have correctly installed ductwork. Poor installation will only result in higher energy costs.
As experts in duct installation, we know what it takes to do the job well. All of our professional technicians are trained and certified to do the following:
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If you have some experience working on HVAC systems, you can certainly try to install them yourself. However, if you don’t have enough knowledge about installing ductwork, you must take adequate care, or else you might end up damaging your property. We recommend hiring a professional contractor to do the job.
A new ductwork installation may take 2-3 days in an average house. The size of the house and the number of technicians working on the project also play a role in determining the length of the process.
The type of ductwork depends on the heating and cooling needs of your home. If you need more heat, you will need a larger duct than those used for cooling. The most common types of ductwork are metal and plastic.
The average lifespan of ductwork is between 10 and 15 years. However, if you start noticing issues such as leaking, uneven temperatures, or poor airflow, then you should consider replacing it.
Definitely, if it is over 15 years old.
It is possible to add a vent to existing ductwork as long as the air conditioner and heater are compatible.