Your HVAC system’s ductwork is of vital importance in your Peachtree City, Georgia, home. It’s responsible for delivering air to the rooms in your home to achieve the desired temperature. Just like any component of your HVAC system, your ductwork can have problems that can ruin the efficiency of your system. Here are some problems to watch out for.

Leaking Ducts

When you have leaky ducts, air can escape out of your ductwork before it even reaches your vents. This will cause your HVAC system to work harder to get the air where it needs to go. Leaks can be caused by damage or wear and tear over time. Leaks can also cause a problem with your indoor air quality, as pollutants can get in through the leaks and out through your vents.

Built-Up Dirt

Over time, dirt and dust will settle in your ductwork, creating buildup that can restrict the airflow through your vents. Any type of restricted airflow in your HVAC system will lead to decreased efficiency, and extra strain will be placed on your system as it works harder to maintain your home’s desired temperature.

Poor Insulation

Your ductwork should always be properly insulated. Insulation around your ductwork is just as important as insulation in the walls of your home. When your ductwork is improperly insulated, you’ll lose much of your conditioned air before it can get to the rooms in your home.

Bad Sealing

When your ductwork is installed, it will require seals around the registers and anywhere the ductwork connects. Over time, these seals can become worn or damaged, allowing conditioned air to escape and outside debris to enter. If you suspect bad sealing, you’ll need to have your ductwork seals checked and resealed if necessary to improve efficiency.

Avoid these four common problems associated with ductwork by having your ductwork regularly inspected. If you think your ductwork may be ruining your HVAC efficiency, contact Trinity Air Inc. at (770) 285-1990 today. One of our specialists will inspect your ductwork and correct the problem.

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