Duct Seal Services in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

Proper Temperature

If you’re looking for an inexpensive way to cut down on your heating and cooling costs, consider sealing and insulating the ductwork in your home. Metal ductwork is efficient at dissipating your heated (or cooled) air before it gets to its destination. In fact, you can lose as much as 40% of your heated or cooled air by sending it through uninsulated ductwork.

Conserve Energy

Conserve your energy budget by sealing and insulating your home’s exposed ductwork. Best of all, it can reduce your heating and cooling bills by as much as 30%, because having the right temperature split coming out of the supply vents shortens the amount of run time on your system, saving energy every time your cycle your system.

Prolong the Life

While on the topic of shorter system cycles, which we now know saves energy, shorter system cycles are help prolong the life of your system. Just like a vehicle which accumulates milage as your drive, the more your system operates, the more ware and tear you put on your system. Shorter run times will help you get a few extra years out of your system.

 Protect Your Equipment

The number one cause of failed equipment is due to improper airflow going into and out of the system. Dirt, debris, and build up inside of your system does not allow the air to move properly and puts a strain on your system’s ability to function. A duct seal protects the joints and seams from allowing foreign objects to enter and restrict the proper amount of return and supply air to your system

Examples of A Duct Seal

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Great Investment

This is a great project because you can completely recover the cost through reduced consumption in the first heating or cooling season. In the following years, you’ll reap the benefits of your investment through noticeably lower heating and cooling bills, all while prolonging the life of your system, and protecting its components