It's easy to ignore the need for ductwork repairs for a number of reasons. The main one is that you can't directly see the problem or the results.
For instance, a leaking pipe you can see the water pouring out and it's impossible to ignore the problem. You also can't ignore the results because you can see the flooding, the mildew, mold, and rot that can occur following a plumbing leak.
When you have a ductwork leak or other type of existing damage, you're not likely to be able to gauge the problem as accurately. You can't see the temperature controlled air escaping and the elevation in your utility bills can easily be blamed on other details instead.
Benefits of Prompt Duct Repair
Your ductwork is absolutely essential for your HVAC to work. You literally can't keep your household at a comfortable and healthy temperature, unless you have a ductless system.
Yet, any reputable air conditioning company will tell you that just having a function HVAC system isn't enough. Is your system performing well enough and are your ducts in the best condition they could be?
Homeowners who stay diligent about their ductwork repairs can expect benefits like:
- Repair your ductwork and you'll notice a strange coincidental occurrence - fewer HVAC repairs. That's because your system works so much harder when trying to do its job in a compromised state. Losing air through compromised ductwork means your system has to work that much harder to cool your home which leads to repair needs.
- You'll also save money on your monthly utility bills. This is because you're no longer wasting temperature controlled air to leaks before it's able to reach its destination.
- Surprisingly, you'll also notice better air quality. Compromised ductwork lets in pollutants. Those contaminants make their way into your home. This is especially alarming for anyone in your household that suffers from asthma, allergies, or other respiratory related health issues.
Call Indoor Climate Control for all of your Santa Rosa air conditioning company service needs, so contact us today.