If you want to improve energy efficiency in your Nags Head, North Carolina, property, consider duct sealing. AeroSeal duct sealing uses advanced sealant particles to seal leaks in your home’s ductwork. A professional sends pressurized air with these particles through your ducts. When the air escapes, the particles build up around any leaks, repairing them quickly and easily. Investing in AeroSeal duct sealing will provide energy savings, increased comfort, and better indoor air quality for you and your family members.
Increased Energy Savings
Eliminating leaks in your ductwork makes your HVAC system more efficient. As a result, it lowers your utility bills. AeroSeal duct sealing can extend your heater and air conditioner’s life by slowing wear and tear. It’s also more cost-effective than replacing leaky sections of ductwork.
Enhanced Home Comfort
Conditioned air will escape from leaks in your ductwork before it can reach all the rooms in your home. Ductwork sealing eliminates drafts and warm areas from this problem. As a result, the rooms that are farthest away from your HVAC system will feel as comfortable as the rest of your home.
Because of the energy savings that duct sealing provides, you can set your thermostat lower in summer and higher in winter without worrying about higher bills. AeroSeal also prevents annoying rattling or whistling noises from leaky ducts.
Better Indoor Air Quality
Contaminants such as dirt, pollen, pet dander, dust, and biological growth can get into your ductwork through leaks. These pollutants can impact your indoor air quality and lead to asthma or allergy symptoms. They can also spread bad smells and make illnesses like the flu more likely. AeroSeal duct sealing will prevent these problems and keep your HVAC system’s air filter clean longer.
North Beach Services Heating and Cooling is a Trane Comfort Specialist with decades of HVAC and indoor air quality experience. We have also received an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. Contact us today at (252) 429-5325 to schedule AeroSeal duct sealing today.
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