Los Angeles Duct Repair and Maintenance Made Easy!
It’s easy to overlook air ducts. However, they are the pathways by which heated or cooled air travels to the rooms of the home. When the duct system is maintained in proper working order, you enjoy superior comfort, air quality, energy efficiency and lower monthly bills. There’s less wear and tear on the entirety of the HVAC system, improving reliability and longevity.
Ensure the integrity of ductwork with a complete airflow evaluation from SoCal Climate Control. Utilizing state-of-the-art technology, our NATE- and EPA-certified professionals thoroughly, accurately and honestly diagnose problems and provide effective solutions. Available across Los Angeles for duct repair and maintenance, we not only solve problems but offer proactive measures to prevent them.
Duct Repair Service Professionals at SoCal Climate Control
The most common ductwork concerns include:
- Poor design – Improperly designed and installed ductwork will fail to supply and return sufficient airflow and struggle to efficiently and thoroughly heat or cool the house.
- Leaks – The average residence sacrifices anywhere from 20 to 40% of conditioned air due holes, gaps, cracks and imperfections. Air losses add up to higher running costs, greater strain on equipment and inferior comfort. There’s also threats to air quality.
- Loose or ineffectively sealed registers and grills – Allowing air to escape before it reaches the targeted rooms forces the HVAC system to work harder and leads to greater expense and complaints with comfort.
- Crushed, torn, kinked or twisted ducts – Insulated flexible ductwork is becoming more common. Any issues that restrict airflow cause the system to work harder, run more often, use more energy and increase both expense and risk of failure.
- Lack of sufficient insulation – Ducts that are not properly insulated experience air loss. You end up paying for air you never get to enjoy.
- Dirty ductwork – Considering how often you clean inside the home, it’s no surprise that contaminants can also accumulate inside the ducts. Dust, dander, pollen, mold growth, construction debris and even decomposing rodents not only restrict airflow and diminish efficiency but become a source of pollution and create health risks.