Maximize the performance and energy efficiency of your heating and air conditioning system with quality air duct insulation.
Most homeowners are aware of the importance of the heating and cooling system and insulation to the energy efficiency of their home, but too few dwell on their ductwork. An uninsulated and leaking ductwork system will make your heating and air conditioning system inefficient and affect the comfort of your home, especially if the ducts are in the attic.
Gillair offers expert ventilation duct insulation services to eliminate air leaks from the duct network and maintain a stable temperature in your ducts. This will allow your heating and air conditioning system to run more efficiently and save you money. If you want to insulate the ventilation ducts in your home, call us today for a free estimate in the USA and the surrounding area!

Why is air duct insulation so crucial for energy efficiency?

The attic is subject to more significant temperature variations than living rooms and is generally colder in winter and warmer in summer than the rest of the house. When your air duct system is in the attic, these temperature variations have significant consequences for your home’s energy efficiency.
In winter, you pay to heat the air that circulates in your heating system so that this warm air then passes through the cold air ducts in your attic. This cools the air, and it is blown into your rooms at a lower temperature, forcing your heating system to run longer to heat your home, costing you money. The reverse is also true in summer when the air conditioning circulates through the hot ducts of your attic.
Duct insulation removes these problems in your home, and it protects your duct system from extreme temperatures and maintains a stable temperature so that the temperature of the air you pay to heat or cool is not changed as it circulates through your ducts. This insulation dramatically improves energy efficiency and will save you money while making your home more comfortable.

Minor Duct Repair Tips

  • Make sure the device is installed correctly.

Always ensure that the your HVAC system is appropriately installed by authorized service agents. Your air conditioner may not work effectively if the installation or connections between units are not done correctly.

  • Check the pipe connections.

Examine the water drainage pipes and the connections between them. Water can leak if they are not adequately sealed. The drain hose must face the ground and be free of kinks or kinks in order to drain correctly.

  • Check that the evaporator or condenser coils are not dirty or clogged.

The accumulation of dirt in the evaporator and condenser coils will cause your air conditioner to perform poorly. Consult your user manual for details on how to clean the filters, as each model may have different instructions. If you can’t find your manual, download it here using your product model number. You can also connect with an authorized service agent to clean the evaporator and condenser coils.

  • Check the drain pan and pump.

If your air conditioner drains condensation water into a pan first, check the pan. It may be broken or cracked and should be replaced. If the tank overflows, the pump that delivers the water may be defective. Check the pump connection and remove any dirt and blockages. If the problem endures, then it’s better to contact an authorized service agent.

  • Consider a technical problem.

If the problem persists, there may be a technical problem with your air conditioner. If you suspect this is the case, it would be good to contact an authorized HVAC service company.

Install A Carbon Monoxide Detector

Now, installing carbon monoxide detectors is required in new buildings in many states. In homes with fuel-burning equipment such as natural gas furnaces, stoves, ovens, water heaters, and space heaters, carbon monoxide detectors are highly recommended. If CO levels reach potentially harmful levels, an alert will sound.

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