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Are Damaged Air Ducts Hurting Your Heating Efficiency?

Monday, January 29th, 2018

ductwork being drilled together by hvac technicianAre you using a furnace or forced-air heat pump system to heat your home this winter? If so, your air ducts play an essential role in your heating system’s operation. Many homeowners think of their air ducts as an independent system, but they’re actually an extension of your heater. This means a problem with the ductwork is a problem with the heater.

Fortunately, you needn’t look any further than our team for quality ductwork repair and replacement in Layton, UT. We know how ductwork affects a heater and vice versa, and the type of service each may need. For example, air ducts can be damaged by corrosion, holes, or gaps that need repair and will affect the heater’s performance, and efficiency. But, how so?

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Get Your Ducts Sealed This Fall to Improve Your Heating

Monday, October 19th, 2015

There are still a couple of months to go until winter, but heating season is here now. That means that it’s a good idea to get your home’s heating situation fixed up now, before the really cold weather starts to hit. One of the best ways to ensure that your heating system is ready for winter is to have your ducts sealed this fall. Let’s take a look at what duct sealing is, and why it is necessary.

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How Duct Sealing Can Improve Your Air Conditioning Efficiency

Monday, May 11th, 2015

Air conditioners across the country are starting to see more and more use as summer gets closer and closer. Obviously, making sure that your air conditioner is in good physical condition is paramount to staying cool this summer. However, there is another thing you can do to make sure that your air conditioner is operating as efficiently as possible: duct sealing. Read on to find out more about why duct sealing is so important to ensuring that your air conditioning system operates to its full potential.

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