Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning Blog: Archive for the ‘Duct Sealing’ Category

Duct Sealing Can Impact Your Home Comfort

Tuesday, October 27th, 2015

Duct Sealing Can Impact Your Home ComfortYour air ducts play a major role in keeping your home cool in Fresno’s hot, dry summers and in chasing away the chill during winter. Duct sealing helps your ducts do their job more efficiently so you can stay more comfortable and lower your bills.

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Consider Duct Sealing as Part of Your Home’s HVAC Maintenance

Thursday, May 29th, 2014

Consider Duct Sealing as Part of Your Home's HVAC MaintenanceOne important aspect of an energy-efficient HVAC maintenance strategy is to make sure that your home’s ductwork is delivering conditioned air where it’s supposed to go with a minimum of leaks. The ducts in a home are your forced-air heating and cooling system’s circulatory system, and if those “arteries” and “veins” are leaking air, your system will be starved of fresh air on the intake and conditioned air where it’s needed in your living spaces. Air quality may suffer as well. Regular HVAC maintenance should include an inspection for leaky ducts.

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Sealing Your Ducts? So What Are You Using, Anyway?

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013

Sealing Your Ducts? So What Are You Using, Anyway?Before sealing your ducts, you’ll need to select the right material for this important home maintenance job. It’s now possible to select an advanced duct-sealing material, ensuring a long-lasting, tightly sealed duct system. With efficient ductwork, homeowners experience improved comfort and lower energy bills. There are two basic options when it comes to choosing materials for sealing your ducts: mastic sealant and tape. Learn the pros and cons of each.

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Sealing Ductwork Keeps You Warmer, Increases Savings

Thursday, December 6th, 2012

If you’re like many San Joaquin Valley homeowners, you may be unaware of how important sealing ductwork is to your home comfort and energy efficiency. Since your home’s ductwork conducts warm or cool air throughout your house, it’s important that leaks aren’t allowing the conditioned air to escape. Sealing ductwork will help keep you warmer this winter, and also benefit both your pocketbook and the environment.

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Sealed Ductwork Is Energy-Efficient Ductwork

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

Sealed Ductwork Is Energy-Efficient DuctworkAn energy-efficient cooling and heating system can give you numerous benefits. If you’re not ready to upgrade to a new system, you can do a number of things to increase your home’s energy efficiency, including sealing your ductwork.

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Professional Duct Sealing Can Save You Significant Enegy Dollars

Thursday, April 5th, 2012

Professional Duct Sealing Can Save You Significant Enegy DollarsDo you have forced heating and cooling in your home? If so, you rely on a network of ducts to distribute air to every room in your home. Until you have professional duct sealing done, your ductwork may be leaky and inefficient, resulting in higher energy bills and a less comfortable interior. Here are the primary benefits of professional duct sealing that you will enjoy immediately after having this service completed:

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Seal Your Ducts And Protect Your Conditioned Air

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

Seal Your Ducts And Protect Your Conditioned AirDucts play a crucial role in heating and cooling your home. They deliver conditioned air throughout your home. Ensuring they’re properly sealed will reduce energy costs, maintain a higher level of comfort, promote safety, enhance the quality of your indoor air, and help protect the environment by keeping energy usage down. 

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Summer Allergy Season Is In Full Swing: Here’s To Foster Your Indoor Air Quality

Thursday, August 4th, 2011

Most people who suffer from allergies know that trees, flowers and other plants outdoors can trigger allergy attacks, but what about indoor air quality?  You may not realize it, but the air inside your home is more contaminated than the air outdoors, sometimes much more.  Dust, smoke, pet dander and even excess moisture that harbors bacteria can lead to or aggravate allergies. What can you do when you’re tired of red eyes, sneezing and a runny nose?

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Home Advisor’s Energy-Savings Tips For Fresno Homeowners

Thursday, July 14th, 2011

As a San Joaquin Valley homeowner, you most likely cool and heat your home with central air conditioning and a gas furnace, while heating your water with a gas water heater.  If this is the case, you have the potential to achieve significant energy savings with a few do-it-yourself tips.

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