ducts-in-atticDuct sealing is a professional service that closes up gaps and leaks along the ductwork of a homebs ventilation system. And we have to emphasize professional: this isnbt a job an amateur can handle with a roll of duct tape. Duct tape isnbt even designed to work on ducts and wonbt work at creating lasting seals. Professionals must use special equipment to find all the leaks and then use sealants and metallic tapes to restore the airtight seal along the ductwork.
There are a number of times when we recommend you schedule duct sealing in Mills River, NC. You can call us to arrange for this service and webll be glad to put you on the schedule.

You Notice Signs of Damaged Ductwork

Although you cannot see most of the ductwork in your home because itbs hidden behind walls and ceilings, there are a number of indications that theybve sustained damage:

Every 5 years (or so)

Even if you donbt detect any obvious signs of damage to the ductwork in your house, we recommend scheduling professionals duct testing and sealing every few years. Our technicians will check the ventilation systembs pressure to see if it starts to dropband if it does, that means leaking somewhere. This is best done as part of a regular energy audit for your home, where we analyze all parts of the house to see it might be losing energy. Webll recommend duct sealing if the house needs it.

When you move into a new house

If you have moved into a new house, itbs a wise idea to have the ventilation system checked to make sure itbs in the best condition. The previous owner may have left it damaged and without repairs. You donbt want to start out life in your new house with an energy-wasting HVAC system and bad odors coming from the vents.
You can depend on our skilled technicians to take care of your duct sealing needs. We back up all our work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Never settle for anything less than the best when it comes to home performance, cooling, and energy savings.

Comfort Central, Inc. serves Western North Carolinabs heating, cooling, and indoor environmental needs.