Duct sealing solves concerns with heating

When my partner and I made an offer on a house in Springfield, Missouri, my buddy and I invested into a house inspection, but the report was really thorough and revealed only minor concerns.

  • The electrical system, plumbing system and heating and cooling system were considered safe and reliable, and our really first winter season in our new home, my buddy and I had trouble with the temperature control.

At first, my buddy and I thought that the boiler wasn’t able to keep up with demands. The outdoor conditions were well below cold with a bitter windchill, no matter how high my buddy and I adjusted the thermostat, particular rooms were constantly cold, then my pal and I also noticed that the boiler was running just about non stop. My pal and I weren’t surprised by an especially high utility bill at the end of the month, when my buddy and I started sneezing and suffering headaches every time the boiler started up, I decided to call a local Springfield part Heating and A/C business for repair. The professional checked the boiler and found nothing wrong! He then diagnosed the air duct and discovered that there were gaps at the seams and several small holes. These imperfections allowed the heated air to leak out before reaching the rooms of the home, forcing the boiler to work harder and consume more energy. Along with wasting conditioned air, the flaws were also pulling in contaminants such as dust and fumes, but since the duct system is largely hidden behind walls and ceilings, I was distraught about a really invasive repair, and fortunately the Heating and A/C business specializes in Aeroseal duct sealing and was able to handle the process by sending highly pressurized air laced with adhesive particles into the system.

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