if your unconditioned attic contains a furnace for heating or cooling system, it is likely loosing a high percentage of its intended heating or cooling delivery temp before it reaches the conditioned room
Duct Sealing Improves Efficiency, improving your Comfort
Our Cameras Will Show you Why You Need Duct Sealing
Thermal Imaging of Energy Loss
Our thermal cameras can show you where most of your heat loss is coming from through the duct work. From this photo, by the time the heat reaches the rooms, it’s lost 30% of it’s energy.
You know what this mean: Your equipment is working overtime which;
a) uses a lot more resources and money to compensate for the heat loss in an effort to keep your home comfortable and
b) puts more wear and tear on your heater minimizing it’s life span and upping care and replacement costs.
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How does duct sealing work?
As we mentioned in the photo above, by the time heat has reached your desired floor and/or room, it has lost 30% of its energy. This is your money slipping though the joints and openings (specially around the turns) the duct takes. By sealing up, or stopping, that leakage of heat, a larger percentage of of total energy will make it to your floor, cutting back the cost it takes to heat your home and put money back in your pocket.
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Why Duct Seal With Foam?
Get above and beyond efficiency from your heater when you seal duct work with foam.
Ducts are inherently leaky because of joints and gaps, and sealing the duct work will help make the insulation as effective as possible.
This means the air you pay to heat must pass through cold ductwork, where it will cool off, forcing your furnace to run longer