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DUCT INSULATION IN GREATER PUGET SOUND AREA
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Sealing and insulating your heating ducts is an important way to make those Puget Sound winters a lot less chilly and easier on the pocketbook. Did you know you could save up to 20 percent on your heating bills by simply making sure your ducts are leak-proof and well insulated? It’s true, and Crawl Space Cleaning Pros can do it all, from sealing to insulating and replacing entire portions of your ductwork.
Duct Insulation for Lake Stevens Homes – What We Do
Leaky ductwork systems can reduce the efficiency of your heating and cooling system by as much as 20 percent!
For many homes with forced-air central cooling and a ductwork system that delivers cool air to their living spaces, the system can lose 20 to 60 percent of the air as a result of holes, leaks and connections that are poorly-sealed.
We can provide duct sealing for homeowners in the Lake Stevens area. This is what we do:
- Conduct an inspection of the entire system including attic and crawlspace
- Remove old insulation and tape
- Secure ducts with screws and seal all joints with mastic
- Replace any lines or joints that are damaged beyond repair
- Install insulation ducting to building code with R-11 insulation
Call us for professional services, from sealing or damage replacement to insulation ducting. We can do it all!
Duct Sealing Also Offers Rodent Protection in Lake Stevens Homes
During the course of our initial consultation we conduct an evaluation of your ductwork to determine if it requires repair or replacement.
The majority of homeowners give little thought to the condition of the ductwork in the crawl space of their homes. However, an evaluation of the condition of your insulated ducting and sealing is important because 20 to 30 percent of air leakage in homes occurs within the air ductwork system.
Conducting an assessment also provides us with an opportunity to determine if rodents have taken up residence by chewing their way into your system or gained entry through an unsealed connection.
Sealing and installing duct insulation is essential in keeping rodents from entering your system:
- To avoid structural damage
- For prevention of chewed wires and damage to sheetrock and insulation
- To confine conditioned air within the system
- To avoid serious health issues from excrement and fur inside your system
The airtight condition provided by timely sealing and insulated ducting can play a major role in improved comfort, health and energy efficiency in your home in Lake Stevens. Call to schedule an evaluation!
Insulated Ducting Has Many Benefits for the Lake Stevens Homeowner
For the important role that duct sealing and insulating play in a quality heating and cooling system, having this work done is rarely a consideration.
However, there are many benefits for homeowners in the Lake Stevens area by preventing leaking heated air into unheated spaces.
These are a few of the benefits of insulated ducting repair:
- Greater seasonal comfort
- Potential reduction of hundreds of dollars annually in energy bills
- Improved indoor air quality
- Minimization of pollen, dust, mold and other allergens being pulled into the system
Call Crawl Space Cleaning Pros for duct insulation and sealing to save energy, and to make your home more comfortable and healthy. 866-673-9626
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David Gilmore | Auburn , WA
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Lin E. | Seattle
In addition to the planned work, they cut back the joists enough to open the ventilation and made sure the new insulation didn’t block the eave vents. In the crawl space they checked all the pipe in...
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