Creating a more energy efficient home with air duct lining

Energy costs are ever-increasing; whether you live in a part of the country that experiences all four seasons, or you live in a sunny southern State like Florida, it’s not easy running both your furnace in the winter and air conditioning in the summer. As a homeowner, you’re likely getting tired of rising costs of maintaining your home, while your salary stays stagnant year after year. Many people don’t realize that their air ducts may have a lot to do with how much they pay every month in energy costs. Your air duct lining may need to go through a restoration process to get them operating as they should.

Your air ducts may need to be restored due to any number of the following:

  • Fire or smoke damage

  • Water damage

  • Rust

  • Pest infestation

  • Ducts being made partly of asbestos (Transite)

  • Dirt and dust buildup

  • Air leakage

  • Mold

The first step in the restoration process involves an inspection to identify what the ducts and lining are made of, and what exactly the problem is. Part of this initial inspection involves taking video footage using state-of-the-art equipment.

Once the problem has been identified the technician can apply a spray-on restorative product that not only brings the ducts back into good condition, but helps seal up any airy spots, so your entire home becomes more energy efficient.

Along with better energy efficiency, you and your family will also enjoy a healthier indoor environment. The air you breathe will be cleaner, dust-free and allergen-free.

This process is much more convenient and less expensive than trying to put new ducts into your home. Once the air duct lining has been restored, you can have peace of mind with the 15-year warranty. This allows you to enjoy your home without worrying about your family’s health or the air you breathe.

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