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Get a Comprehensive Duct System Condition Evaluation At Mr. Duct Cleaner
Ductworks are an essential component and system of one's home. Ductwork technicians know every corner of a building's duct system components. Understanding the infrastructure of a ductwork system allows us to provide you with a comprehensive and professional evaluation and assessment of your ductwork's condition. Our broad knowledge of the HVAC duct system provides us with precise insight into the ductwork system, giving us an advantage in efficiently troubleshooting any air duct system.
When a duct system goes uncleaned for years, problems can occur on your unit and cause various issues such as wear and tear on your air handler. In some homes, indoor pollution levels are at least twice as high as outdoors for ductworks that are worn-out and have several issues and leaks. When that happens, allergens and unhealthy contaminants circulate into the air every time you use the air conditioning, which can be harmful to your health and the condition of your duct system. Reduce allergens and keep the air in your home healthy by hiring a professional team to conduct duct system condition evaluation in your home. Get the help of the ductwork specialists at Mr. Duct Cleaner to inspect your duct system for any faults, leaks, broken components, and wear and tear.
Here are some critical components of the air duct system that we inspect in our service.
- Air Handler Unit (AHU). An air handler unit is attached to your ventilation work. This enormous metal box contains a blower, heating and air conditioning unit, dampers, and filters that provide condition air to your home through the duct system.
- Duct System. The ductwork distributes conditioned air from the air handler to different rooms in the utilized spaces of the building.
- Return Air Ducts. Siphons the cold or hot air from the room to the air handler depending on the unit being used.
- Supply Air Ducts. Distributes cooled or heated air from the air handler back into the spaces in the building.
- Duct Fittings. There are several labels for duct fitting, the most recognized being reducers. A duct fitting reducer allows a necessary change from one size duct then onto another. These fittings also balance airflow and adjust pressure.
- Dampers. Dampers essentially regulate the airflow. There are numerous sorts of dampers, each with different functionalities. Volume control dampers adjust the amount of airflow, while smoke or fire dampers close the ducts when exposed to smoke.
- HVAC Take-Offs. HVAC take-offs are individually shaped fittings that disperse the right volume of airflow from the central duct into each section. The design maximizes airflow downstream, saving power and increasing stability.
- Plenum. The essential part of any HVAC duct system is an air distribution box called a plenum. This device circulates the air collection and stream of an HVAC system. The supply plenum sends air from the HVAC unit to the rooms with air vents, while the return plenum sends air from your return vents back to a central air handler.