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The Key to Your Cooling Comfort? Properly Sealed Ducts!

- 12:41 pm - June 18th, 2019

We’ve taken a good look at your air conditioning equipment in our most recent blogs, now we’ll go ahead and discuss another aspect of your cooling equipment that might not always get the attention it needs – the ductwork!

It’s important to make sure your ducts are properly sealed if you want to get the best out of your air conditioning system and enjoy the summer with optimal comfort.

How do you know if you’ve got a leaking duct problem?

Be on the lookout for…

  • Inconsistent temperatures throughout the home

  • Hot or cold spots in some rooms

  • Low airflow from vents

  • High energy bills and an AC that runs constantly

If you notice any of the signs above, don’t panic! E.T. Lawson’s weatherization services can help with Aeroseal Duct Sealing!

How can duct sealing help? Investing in duct sealing is beneficial because you get…

  • Increased comfort. More conditioned air will make it to the spaces in your home where it’s needed!

  • Better air quality. Because ducts are sealed, fewer contaminants can find their way in and circulate throughout your home.

  • Lower utility costs. Nearly 30% of conditioned air can escape through separated ducts – that’s a lot of wasted energy! Save yourself those energy dollars with duct sealing.

  • Fewer AC repairs. When conditioned air is leaking into the walls and ceilings of the home, your AC works harder, which attributes to greater wear and tear, leading to more repairs.

All in all, duct sealing can improve the comfort levels and air in your home while lowering repair and utility costs! Want to learn more? Contact us online or give us a call and ask about how Aeroseal Duct Sealing can help.

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