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Why Have My Air Ducts Professionally Tested?

Countless homeowners depend upon ducted heating and air conditioning systems in order to keep their homes comfortable all year long. If you are serious about getting the very best from these systems, then you must know for certain that your air ducts themselves are in the best condition possible. There is simply no way in which you can expect your system to operate at peak performance levels otherwise. Of course, the hidden nature of your air ducts means that you can’t really visually inspect them on your own, nor would you really know what to look for. Fortunately, you can always schedule professional duct testing in Fresno, CA with us. Call Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning today to get started.

How Does Duct Testing Work?

Don’t worry, we aren’t going to show up at your home and start tearing your ducts out of your walls just to have a good look at them. The process is very unobtrusive. Our technicians will seal off the vents and registers of your ductwork. We will then use a calibrated fan to pressurize your ductwork. This allows us to measure for air loss, in order to determine if your ductwork is indeed leaking. If we determine that it is, we can then go about pinpointing the source of those leaks, either sealing, repairing, or replacing the ductwork as necessary.

Benefits of Professional Duct Testing

Professional duct testing is a great way in which to start on the path toward greater energy efficiency and comfort in one’s home. With the information gathered from your duct testing, we can go about resolving issues with your air ducts which may allow conditioned air to leak out of them, which in turn can help you to heat and cool your home in a more efficient and effective manner. It can also help to protect your indoor air quality. With professional duct testing, it is possible to eliminate any guesswork that could lead to unnecessary measures being taken. Contact us if you’d like to learn more, or to schedule service.