Benefits of Duct Sealing

While you may not think about it, your air ducts are one of the most important systems in your home. They are the hidden system of tubes that connect all of the rooms in your home with your central heating and cooling system. The air ducts literally carry the air through the walls, floors and ceilings. Made of sheet metal, fiberglass or other materials, if your ducts are poorly sealed or insulated, it’s likely contributing to higher bills. When your ducts leak warm, heated air into spaces that they shouldn’t, like your crawl space, it can add up to hundreds of dollars a year in extra heating and cooling costs on your monthly bill. You can reduce that cost and eliminate unwanted air escaping by sealing and insulating your ducts. Our team can easily cost-effectively insulate ducts in un-air-conditioned spaces. We can also upgrade your existing ducts or even set up a block system. When your duct system is well-designed and sealed up properly, your home will be more comfortable, more energy efficient and safer.


One of the primary reasons that residents decide to invest in sealing their duct system is comfort. If you have rooms that are too hot in the summer or too cold in the winter, it’s likely due to your duct system. We can quickly and easily ensure that your home is comfortable no matter the season and that you can enjoy every inch of it.


Did you know that fumes from household cleaners, dust and other particles can enter your duct system? These can wreak havoc on your allergies and can cause additional issues if you have asthma or other breathing problems. Another huge benefit of sealing your ducts is improving indoor air quality. It reduces the risk of pollutants entering ducts and, subsequently, your home. 


As mentioned above, leaky ducts can reduce the efficiency of your heating and cooling system. Some systems can increase their efficiency by as much as 20 percent with some simple sealing. Sealing and insulating your ducts increases your unit’s efficiency, lowers your energy bills and can often pay for itself quickly over time. A well-designed duct system could allow you to downsize to a smaller unit, providing better results.