The hot temperatures in Green Cove Springs, FL, this summer could cause problems for your air conditioner.. Sealing your ducts will benefit you in many ways in the long run. Here are a few reasons to have your ducts sealed before the heat rises:

Lowers Bills

The number one reason to have your ducts sealed is to keep conditioned air from leaking out. Leaks waste energy and make it harder for your system to do its job. Keeping that air inside and flowing to the correct places makes for better efficiency and lower costs.

Avoids Future Problems

Leaks are both a symptom and cause of a chain reaction of other problems that you may have. Issues such as loose connections and fallen ductwork result in leaks, causing higher expenses, damage to your unit and risk of replacement. All problems concerning leaks require HVAC maintenance.

More Comfort

When air is escaping from places it’s not supposed to, it’s harder for a system to maintain a steady room temperature. Fluctuations from room to room or at different periods are unsettling and uncomfortable. Waking up hot and sweaty when you’re supposed to be sound asleep is a symptom of uneven air distributed through your home.

Less Work for Your AC System

The harder your AC system has to fight an uphill battle due to leaks, the more you risk damage to your unit. That could result in a costly repair or replacement while you and your family endure the heat of summer.

Clean Air

Pollen, pollution and dirt pulled from both outside and inside air flow through leaks in your ducts. When leaks contribute to a filthy breathing environment, people with allergies are at high risk. Sealing the ducts helps ensure that allergen particles get trapped in the air filter instead of leaking into your home.

If you notice your air quality reducing over time or your indoor temperatures fluctuating wildly, it’s likely that a leak is to blame. Consult Cool R Us, Inc A/C & Heating to have your ducts repaired and sealed before the heat of summer arrives.

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