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If your home is more than a few decades old, chances are that its heating ductwork is outdated. In fact, most homes that were built before the 1970s have heating ductwork that is made of metal. Metal heating ductwork is not as energy-efficient as newer materials, such as fiberboard or insulated flexible ducts. As a result, updating your heating ductwork can result in significant energy savings.
Updating your heating ductwork is not a DIY project. It should be done by a professional contractor who has experience with this type of work. Not only will they be able to properly install the new ductwork, but they will also be able to identify any potential issues with your existing HVAC system.
Once your new ductwork is installed, you'll start noticing the benefits right away. Your home will be more comfortable, and you'll likely see a decrease in your energy bills. In addition, your HVAC system will run more quietly and efficiently.
If your home is more than a few decades old, chances are that its heating ductwork needs to be updated. Updating your heating ductwork can result in increased comfort levels in your home, lower energy bills, and improved HVAC system performance. Be sure to hire a professional contractor to do the work so that it's done correctly.
FGA TRADES has a dedicated team of technicians that are ready to provide a wide range of services including consulting, installation, repair and maintenance for properties of all types.