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Las Vegas Duct Repair

Your ductwork system is how your home moves hot and cold air throughout the house. Supply ducts bring the air to rooms, while return ducts bring air back to the furnace or air conditioner.

Unfortunately, many homeowners have leaky, inefficient ducts or even punctured ducts from rodents. Don’t force your HVAC system to work longer and harder to get your home to the right temperature. Not only does this waste money and energy, it will make your home uncomfortable.

Las Vegas Duct Repair Services can help you solve these problems with our complete ductwork solutions. We will inspect your home to identify problem and recommend the best solutions. We can offer services such as duct sealing, duct repair, and duct insulation. Contact your Las Vegas duct repair representative  today to get started with a free estimate!

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Ductwork Issues

Homeowners who have uncomfortable homes typically complain of the same issues — rooms that take too long to heat or cool, rooms that stay at different temperatures from the rest of the home, and homes that are too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter. In many cases, these issues can be attributed to one of these ductwork problems:

  • DUCT LEAKAGE – Duct leakage causes conditioned air to escape before it reaches certain rooms. That means your heating or cooling system will need to run longer to get rooms to the desired temperature.
  • UNDER-INSULATED DUCT – Missing or inadequate ductwork insulation works against the HVAC system during heating and cooling seasons. Essentially this is forcing the HVAC system to heat or cool the ductwork before proper temperature air can reach a room. HVAC costs escalate, and some rooms stay too hot or too cold even when the HVAC system is operating.
  • UNBALANCED AIR FLOW – Unbalanced air flow due to register location causes some rooms to get too much heat or cooling, while other parts of the house get too little.