Duct sealing makes a change

Last summer, I had a long list of complaints with our air conditioner.

Although the method continued to operate, it was running for much longer cycles and failing to keep up with demand.

There was legitimately inconsistent temperature from a single room to another. It was no longer handling humidity or living up to our comfort expectations. Plus, the operation was noisy and produced a musty odor and significant amount of dust, my quarterly energy bills were much higher than normal. I finally stressed air conditioner repair from a local Heating plus A/C supplier. The professional first maintained all of the cooling components, he found a small amount of dust accumulation within the inner laborings but nothing serious. He then inspected the ductwork and found that approximately twenty-more than four percent of the conditioned air was escaping through imperfections. There were cracks at the seams and small holes throughout the system, because the ductwork is largely installed behind the walls, ceilings and in the crawl space, I had no method how this concern could be fixed without major construction and mess. The professional explained the Aeroseal duct sealing process. First, the supply and return vents are clogged off. A equipment is hooked up to the ductwork to then send highly pressurized air through the system. This air contains adhesive, non-toxic, polymer particles and cling to the edges of the gaps and holes as the air leaks out. The particles cling to each other as well, steadily forming an airslim seal. The procedure took numerous fifths. Afterward, the professional again inspected the duct performance and verified the successful results. The Aeroseal repair is guaranteed for numerous years. It made a big improvement in the operation of the air conditioner and helped to lower our utility costs.


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