Occasionally we find duct work that is rusted through, crushed-damaged, full of water, full of rodent holes & fecal matter or left unsealed completely.
Anytime we find duct work in this condition, we will inform you as you can imagine the air quality issues stemming from these situations as well as the high cost to operate your system.
If your home has leaky ducts, your HVAC system loses expensive conditioned air before the air can circulate through your living area. Leaking ductwork places undue stress on your HVAC system as your system runs longer and harder to keep your home comfortable. Not only will your system use more energy, but the stress can cause system breakdowns and failures, even if your HVAC unit is relatively new. Add the cost of repairs to your increased energy costs, and you can quickly see that sealing the leaks in your duct work can save you money.
Are you having a problem with wet duct work?
*Moisture should not be present in your air ducts and if moisture and dirt are present together, the potential exists for biological contaminants like bacteria, mold & fungi to grow.
*If you have insulated air ducts and the insulation has gotten wet or moldy, it cannot be properly cleaned & you would need to do duct replacement.
*Anytime insulation gets wet, it loses its insulating abilities and this means a higher cost to operate the system.
Why use Climatize Heating & Cooling LLC to find and repair my duct work problems?
We pay attention to details and do right for our Customers. Even when our customers can't see the duct work, we do it right!
We are a State of Tennessee licensed Heating & Cooling Contractor,
taking every precaution to prevent damages to your duct system and exposure to more containments.
We offer a comprehensive inspection & cleaning of your Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning including all existing components of your forced air system - including the air handler as Air Ducts distribute precisely what your air handler pushes, and if the duct work is dirty then so is the air handler.
Keep in mind that when the system is on, what's in the blower is also in the air that you are breathing. If the blower is dirty, then the rest of the system is dirty.
Blower fans must be removed & cleaned outside the unit. Your evaporator- A/C coil often collects dirt & water but typically is the most neglected of all HVAC parts. Inspecting A/C coils in gas furnaces can be difficult but worth checking into because if the blower fan is dirty, so is the coil's inside. Heat pump coils often have a moistened dirt build-up on their surface that work much like hair clogged sinks do, restricting the air flow and can cause ice to form, blower fans to choke, fan motors to burn up and blower surfaces & surrounding spaces to get filled with fungi. The tedious tasks should be handled by a licensed Reputable HVAC contractor. We help our customers make educated decisions regarding the air they breathe by taking the time to investigate your Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Duct work along with the Air Handler & other vital system components to find what actually needs cleaning, for you comfort, for your health, for your wallet.
"Anyone can finish a task. But, not everyone exceeds expectations. We believe in doing the job right the first time and exceeding industry standards."