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Providing Reliable Ductwork Repair Solutions

When your ductwork is in disrepair, your HVAC unit is working overtime to heat and cool your home. The hot and cold air created by your HVAC system is moved around your home using your ductwork. So, your ductwork system is an important player in improving the energy-efficiency of your home comfort appliances.

The air in your home is moved by supply-and-return duct systems. The supply duct pushes out the treated air, and the return pulls air into the system to be used by the AC or heater. Many homes have aged and worn ductwork. Owners are left with HVAC systems needing to work overtime to heat and cool their homes. When air escapes from your ductwork or loses temperature stability en route to its intended location, your HVAC unit works overtime to make your home comfortable. When your ductwork is worn or damaged, it can mean lost energy and wasted money. It also means your home is not being sufficiently heated or cooled.

At Custom Cooling, we are pleased to offer convenient and affordable ductwork repair in Phoenix. When your ductwork is compromised, so is your home comfort system. The treated air escaping from your ductwork means your HVAC system is working harder and longer to heat and cool your home. Compromised efficiency means additional wear and tear on your HVAC system, which reduces its lifespan. It’s important to get your ductwork repaired immediately to save yourself time, money, and headache. Our team of knowledgeable technicians can inspect your ductwork and provide you with the best course of action.

Call our office at (602) 428-9007 for more information or schedule an appointment to inspect your ductwork.

Identifying Ductwork Repair Needs

There are several everyday situations indicating you may need ductwork repair for your heating and cooling system. From hot pockets within a cooled room to spikes in your energy spending, you can spot signs that something is wrong within your comfort system.

Your ductwork problems can be identified as one of the following:

  • Ductwork Leaks: Leaks are a common source of heating and cooling problems in your home. Duct repair can solve the problem of inconvenient leaks robbing your home of temperature stability. If left unrepaired, leaks can be a huge problem. They cause your HVAC unit to work overtime to heat or cool the intended space, which prematurely ages your system.
  • Inadequate insulation: Your ductwork should be insulated for it to work effectively. It takes longer and your HVAC system has to work harder if your ductwork is poorly insulated. Your heating and cooling system would have to heat or cool the ductwork before treating the air being routed through the system. This additional step will cost you time and money.
  • Poor Installation: Poor ductwork installation is a serious concern. Many homeowners are shocked to realize their ductwork was installed inefficiently, which in turn has led to their HVAC systems being overworked and their energy bills impacted.

Identifying Secondary Ductwork Issues

Your ductwork may not need full-scale repair, but rather minor secondary fixes. For example, if your home suffers from erratic airflow, you may need sectional duct replacement or repositioning. The vents, or registers, service the airflow in a room. The location of your registers within a room can cause it to become too cool or warm. This form of ductwork repair helps aid the adequate flow of treated air into your home or office.

Another secondary issue associated with minor duct repair is basic ductwork sealing. At Custom Cooling, we apply sealants to your ductwork to ensure you aren’t losing heat during the winter and cool air during the summer. Sealant prevents air loss through gaps in your duct system. Sealing leaks will help your HVAC system operate more efficiently and economically. Inadequate and worn sealing costs homeowners hundreds of dollars per year in HVAC inefficiency and airflow issues.

Shabby installation causes poor and inadequate sealing, but ductwork sealing can wear over time, so it’s essential to have your system inspected if you think your system suffers from air loss and inefficiency.

At Custom Cooling, we stress the importance of professional heating and cooling services from a trustworthy and reliable provider. Call us today at (602) 428-9007 for your duct repair needs.

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