Your air duct system functions as the respiratory system of your home. When it becomes contaminated and congested, it needs to be properly sealed so it can function properly and efficiently. If your home’s air duct system becomes damaged, air duct repair is critical to your heating and air conditioning system’s function and energy efficiency.
Not sure if your air ducts need to be sealed? We can provide a free home comfort assessment, including a complimentary quote for an air duct repairs, air duct sealing or an air conditioning and heating system upgrade. Contact a U.S.H.A.C. air duct sealing specialist today at (407) 774-9850 to schedule a free duct repair estimate for your home or office.
Do I Need To Have My Air Ducts Sealed? Answer These 6 Questions to Find Out
If you answer yes to any of the below questions, it may be time to have your home’s air duct system professionally sealed and/or a high-efficiency air filtration system installed:
- Does anyone in the house have allergies, asthma, or other respiratory problems?
- Is there anyone in the home that smokes inside the house?
- Does anyone in your home suffer from regular headaches, nasal congestion, or other sinus problems?
- Are there medium or large pets such as dogs or cats that live primarily inside your home?
- Does your house smell musty or stale from time to time?
- When your hold your hand near an air vent, does it seem like there is not enough air coming out?
How Does U.S.H.A.C. Repair My Air Duct System?
U.S.H.A.C. uses Ultraviolet Germicidal Light systems to kill airborne bacteria from within your home’s HVAC equipment. UV air purification helps to eliminate bacteria, viruses and other particles that contribute to respiratory ailments before they get a chance to circulate throughout your home. Ultraviolet lights are placed in a position where they can effectively reduce microorganisms as the air flows past the UV bulb.
Benefits of Air Duct Repair
U.S.H.A.C. offers professional Air Duct Repair, Sealing and Design. Experts agree that proper air duct design and maintenance for the entire HVAC system is the most effective way to ensure home comfort.
Would you like to have your duct system repaired or sealed? Not sure if your air ducts are functioning properly? Contact a U.S.H.A.C. air duct specialist today to schedule a free estimate for your home or office.
Many homes’ air conditioners and furnaces come with the most basic and disposable air filters. Basic air filters may catch large particles, but can actually let smaller particles, fungus, bacteria, pet dander and other microbes slip right by. In addition, studies have shown that microorganisms can actually start growing on the dirt that is collecting on a standard filter. Ensuring that your home’s air filters are changed regularly will not just help your air conditioner and furnace function more efficiently, but also significantly affect your home’s air quality.
Higher Quality Air Filters Make a Difference
High-efficiency air filters such as High-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters are very effective at removing both large and small particles in the air, especially micro-microbes that can make allergies worse. HEPA air filters have a very high level of filtration efficiency. Other options include electronic and electrostatic air filter models that use charged particles to capture over 99% of air particulates. We can provide basic to high efficiency air filters for every home and need, including hospital grade air filters for more significant health concerns. At U.S.H.A.C. we work with you to figure out how to improve your air quality to best suit your family’s needs. Not sure which filter is right for your air conditioner or furnace? No problem. Our certified air quality technicians can make a recommendation for you. Call us now to learn more and to find the right air filter for your home.
Important Facts about Your Indoor Air Quality
FACT: Most people spend 60% to 90% of their time indoors according to the American Lung Association.
FACT: Many illnesses are either caused or aggravated by polluted indoor air.
FACT: The levels of some hazardous pollutants in indoor air have been found to be up to 70 times greater than outdoor air according to the US EPA.
FACT: Studies have shown that two out of three indoor air quality problems involve the HVAC system.
FACT: More than 60 million Americans – 1 out of 5 people – suffer from allergies or asthma.
FACT: One out of six people that suffer from allergies do so because of the direct relationship to fungi and bacteria in air duct systems, according to Total Health and Better Health Magazines.
Contact Us Today
With the best customer service in central Florida, you can count on U.S.H.A.C. to get to your home quickly, and get the job done right; with 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed. Our skilled air duct repair and sealing technicians find the source of your air conditioning, heating or ducting problems, and get your home comfortable again. Schedule an appointment online now.