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Air Duct Repair

Free Service Call with Repair Valid through December 31, 2018

Improve your air quality and energy-efficiency with licensed Aeroseal services from Champion AC.

Did you know that up to 40% of your conditioned air might not even make it to the rooms you want to keep cool? It’s true! Leaky, torn or poorly connected air ducts can’t perform the one task they’ve been designed to do. All of that cool or warm air your air conditioner produced can escape without being used.

Air duct problems can harm your air conditioning equipment by causing it to work overtime. Torn or leaky ducts also compromise indoor air quality and increase monthly utility bills. Signs of faulty air ducts include hot and cold spots, excessive dust and higher energy bills. Sealing your air ducts with Aeroseal allows heated and cooled air to travel to your living spaces without escaping.

Depending upon the severity of the damage, sealing your air ducts with Aeroseal could save you up to 40% on your energy bills. Ask about how Aeroseal can save you money!

Aeroseal San Antonio

Champion AC is trained and licensed to perform Aeroseal services in your home. With Aeroseal, leaks and tears in your air ducts are securely sealed from the inside. This results in a major increase in energy efficiency and comfort. It also prevents dust from being pulled into your air ducts and redistributed across your home. If you notice excessive dust on the tops of doors in your home, you likely have leaks or tears in your air ducts.

Fixing Hot and Cold Rooms

Damaged air ducts lose conditioned air through tears and leaks. This can seriously affect the comfort in your home. If you notice that one room in your home is always hotter than the rest, or one is much colder, this is likely due to air duct issues. Sealing your air ducts from the inside with Aeroseal will allow conditioned air to distribute evenly around your home.

Preventing Dust and Allergies

Your home should be a safe place from common allergy triggers like pollen, dander, mold and dust. Because ductwork is typically in non-air conditioned areas like basements, attics and crawl spaces, it’s important to keep it properly sealed. A small tear in your ductwork can distribute dust and other allergy triggers throughout your home via the ductwork.