Category Archives: Ductwork

Why You Need a Duct Cleaning Before Fall

Rare is the day in winter when you can open the windows for clean, healthy air. Professional duct cleaning will reduce the indoor air contaminants that your furnace circulates through

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Why You Shouldn’t Block Your Cold Air Returns

Why You Shouldn't Block Your Cold Air Returns

The vents that pump out conditioned air throughout your home likely come to mind when you consider HVAC air distribution. The cold air returns are just as important, though, and

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Clues That Your Ductwork is Becoming Old

Clues That Your Ductwork is Becoming Old

Nothing lasts forever and that includes your home’s ductwork. Just as the average human being ages, your ductwork can become old and worn-out after years of faithful service. Old ductwork

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Is Air Duct Cleaning Really Necessary?

Is Air Duct Cleaning Really Necessary?

It’s easy to overlook the air ducts in your home when you’re cleaning, but keep in mind that they can collect dust and other debris that can affect your indoor

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Guide to Understanding the Types of Ducts

Guide to Understanding the Types of Ducts

Ducts are available in many sizes, shapes and configurations. If you’re looking to have new ductwork installed in your home, it’s good to understand the different options you can choose

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What is a Return Air Duct?

What is a Return Air Duct?

The return air ducts are a key component of your HVAC system’s air distribution network, but it’s easy to overlook their importance since they don’t send out heated or cooled

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What are the Principles of Ductwork Design?

What are the Principles of Ductwork Design?

Today’s ductwork design principles correct thermal losses, pressure imbalances and other errors that waste energy. In the past, design and fabrication of ducts were done with the aim of minimizing

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Tight Ducts Will Help Keep the Heat in Your Home Where it Belongs

Tight Ducts Will Help Keep the Heat in Your Home Where it Belongs

Fort Wayne’s winters are frigid and snowy, so your furnace needs to be at peak performance before it gets cold. Repairs to heating ductwork are often neglected because the ducts

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Do You Know these 5 Facts about Ductless Mini Splits?

Do You Know these 5 Facts about Ductless Mini Splits?

A ductless mini split is a type of heat pump designed for single rooms or small areas of the house. They can be very helpful if you’re adding a new

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Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Ductwork

Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Ductwork

Like most things, residential ductwork doesn’t last forever. At some point, a home’s ducts will stop serving an effective role in your home’s forced-air HVAC system. They’ll begin leaking air

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