Leaky ductwork typically allows twenty to thirty percent of conditioned air to escape.  Ignoring the problem not only leads to unnecessarily high energy bills, but threatens the health, comfort and safety of your family.  Contact the experts from Air Conditioning Technology for cost-effective duct sealing in a 35 mile radius around the Thomasville area.  We utilize a state-of-the-art process to access concealed duct systems without causing damage, disruption, or mess.  Aeroseal duct sealing is five times more successful than insulating and twice as effective as replacing windows when it comes to lowering monthly utility costs.

Expert Duct Sealing Services

After sealing registers, the NATE-certified specialists from Air Conditioning Technology inject UL tested polymer particles into the ducts for approximately one hour.  As it is put under pressure, the air escapes through holes and cracks in the duct system, causing the adhesive particles to build up along the edges of any faults, effectively sealing leaks up to one-inch in diameter.  Patented and EPA approved, Aeroseal duct sealing eliminates the need to find problems manually, and makes the entirety of the duct system accessible without tearing into walls.

Enhance HVAC system performance with duct sealing from Air Conditioning Technology!

Air Conditioning Technology further ensures progress and results through sensors, and we provide a computer-generated report and certificate of completion.  Call us at (229) 226-7788 for further information, convenient scheduling, and a straightforward solution to more effective and efficient temperature control throughout Thomasville, Cairo, Pelham, Camilla, Bainbridge, Ochlocknee, Coolidge, Boston & Metcalf, GA.

Leaking air ducts result in a long list of problems, including:

  • Energy Waste – As cooled or heated air escapes through flaws in the ductwork, HVAC equipment draws more energy to achieve temperature settings and costs more to operate.
  • HVAC Stress – Imperfections in the ducts causes cooling/heating equipment to run longer and more frequently, resulting in greater wear and tear on components.
  • Diminished Airflow – Holes in the ductwork welcomes contaminants into the system, causing a gradual accumulation of debris, which then prevents optimum airflow.
  • Degraded Indoor Air Quality – Unconditioned air, that is allowed into the ductwork, introduces fumes, dust, mold, bacteria, and contaminants into the home and breathing air.
  • Clogged Air Filters – As outside air is drawn in, air filters carry a heavier workload and require more frequent replacement.
  • Reduced Comfort – As heated/cooled air escapes, and unconditioned outside air enters, the result is uneven temperatures, hot and cold spots, unstable humidity, and drafts.
  • Backdrafting – Hazardous conditions can be created by “Backdrafting” of combustion gases (such as carbon monoxide and formaldehyde).