Since the 1970s, when central air conditioning became common, most new American homes have been constructed with a network of ducts for their HVAC systems. With these ducts in place, conditioned air (or heated air in the winter) can be distributed throughout the house with no air conditioners inconveniently balanced in windows. The reason for the popularity of the central AC is that it keeps your HVAC system out of sight and out of your way while efficiently bringing your whole home to the perfect temperature.
But sometimes, especially as the ducts age, problems can occur. We’re here to help you understand the signs of leaking ducts, how these leaks can be caused, and what we can do to solve the problem and get your home back to keeping you comfortable with ease.