In Wichita, the weather is unpredictable and high winds often bring smoke, pollen, mold spores, and other pollutants. We can’t control the quality of the air outside, but we can make adjustments to improve the air inside. Poor indoor air quality can wreak havoc on lungs, sinus tissue, and more. How does bad indoor air…

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In your home, ductwork is a major part of your HVAC system. Ductwork delivers conditioned air to your rooms and returns the air back to the unit to be reconditioned. After years of use, cracks or openings may appear on the ducts. Sealed ducts are vital for your family’s comfort for several reasons:

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Attention Kansas homeowners: How would you like to save energy and money not only during this heating season but year-round?  Heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are designed to distribute heated or cooled air all through your home. Unfortunately, that air can seep out of areas that are not sealed or insulated properly. An…

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Ductwork leaks are extremely common and they can cost Wichita homeowners hundreds of dollars per year on their heating and cooling bills. Over time, leaks in ductwork multiply and get larger, steadily increasing your energy usage–without you being aware of the cause. Many people just assume prices have gone up and keep paying more to the utility company, never…

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If your cooling and heating bills seem abnormally high, you could have leaky ductwork. This is a problem many homeowners encounter. Undetected, ductwork leaks can drive up your energy bills in proportion to the size and amount of the leaks and degrade your indoor-air quality, sometimes severely.

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With the steady increase in the price of energy, homeowners are looking for any way they can to reduce utility bills. With heating and cooling costing between 35-40 percent of energy costs for a typical home, these systems are the logical place to start saving energy. Increasing efficiency in your heating and cooling system can be…

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Efficient ductwork design ensures that the exact same volume of conditioned air entering rooms in your home through supply ducts also leaves through return ducts to be conveyed back to the air handler. This creates a condition of neutral air pressure in the house, the optimum state for effective heating and cooling and energy efficiency.

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What goes on inside a duct system is a mystery to most homeowners. Enclosed inside walls, hidden in the attic or crawl space, ducts get little thought until the utility bills reach critical mass. However, ducts are one of the first suspects an HVAC pro will investigate if your home’s wasting energy. Nationwide studies have…

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