Leaking, broken and poorly fitted air ducts may not only lead to poor indoor air quality, but they can also increase the cost of cooling and heating your home. If you notice an increase in dust accumulation, spikes in your energy bills or hot and cold spots throughout your home, you may be in need of air duct replacement San Jose and installation services.
Dirty, ill-fitting and gapped air ducts can pull in the air filled with particulates, dust, and pollutants, ruining your indoor air quality. Poorly performing ducts will likely hamper air flow and force your HVAC unit to work harder. This results in higher electricity bills and harsh wear and tear on the components of your unit.
A properly working duct system will help improve the indoor air quality of your home, improve airflow, minimize the occurrence of leakages, and boost home comfort for your family and save valuable energy and money. Our highly trained duct repair and replacement technicians in San Jose will inspect and assess your duct system, fix all leaks and cracks and minimize the probability of more leaks occurring in the future.
If the system or parts of the system are beyond repair, our technicians can replace and install new duct replacements. Air Duct Replacement San Jose will always be open and honest with you about parts and labor required before we complete any work.
It’s estimated that as much as 70 percent of homes in the United States have problems with leaking or damaged duct systems. For questions or to set up a consultation on the best options available for duct replacement, Duck Work San Jose is the best place to turn.
If you’re looking for air duct replacement in San Jose, contact now. We’re a friends and operated business, so we value professionalism, mutual trust and transparency in all of our customer interaction. Whether you need duct replacement services or an AC repair, Air Duct Replacement in San Jose offers comprehensive HVAC and energy efficiency services for residents of San Jose and the other surrounding area.
Air ducts get damaged from a number of factors such as age, poor design, and rodent damage.
Damaged duct work or air duct leaks affect the indoor environment in two main ways:
Cold air is lost before it effectively cools the indoor space. This makes your HVAC system work harder, using more energy and driving your utility bills up.