Repairing Insulated Ducts: What You Need to Know

When it comes to repairing insulated ducts, there are a few things you should keep in mind. The United States has established specific insulation guidelines for outdoor duct work that must be followed. Replacing air ducts is a great way to improve indoor air quality and reduce utility bills, but the cost of doing so depends on factors such as location, house size, and building material. Additionally, the installation of ventilation grilles or insulation can also contribute to the total cost.

At Sutton Brothers, our experts understand that every home has its own unique footprint and strive to provide 100 percent customer satisfaction when installing new ducts.Internal ducts that are known as “outdoor” are usually not insulated, since the space in which they are located is heated and does not cause a difference of 15 degrees or more between the duct and the surrounding air. However, if the duct is close to a warm roof during the summer, you may sweat because it is not insulated. Poorly insulated ducts or those with exposed, round, flexible and uninsulated ducts, or with thermoplanar return air ducts can easily be repaired or replaced by a professional. Homeowners can also do this with the right tools and an extra set of hands.If you're a homeowner and need your ducts repaired, here are some questions (and statements) to ask yourself: What are the four easily identifiable problems that cause heating and cooling ducts to fail? What are some homemade solutions to repair them?At Sutton Brothers, we understand that repairing insulated ducts can be a daunting task.

That's why we offer our expertise and funding options to make sure your home is safe and comfortable. We strive to provide 100 percent customer satisfaction when it comes to installing new ducts.

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