Ductwork Services Charlotte NC

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Use Your Charlotte HVAC System to Its Full Potential

You can’t see or hear it, but you should take care of your ductwork

Ductwork is the system of tubes and vents delivering warm or cool air from your HVAC units throughout your home. Insufficient ductwork or ducts leaking air makes your systems more expensive to run. Worse, having the wrong ductwork could mean your systems aren’t functioning optimally.

Dependaworthy One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning sees to it that your HVAC system runs at factory-fresh specs. Our ductwork services includes installation, repair, and cleaning your ductwork. Our professionals come to your home, examine its ductwork, and suggest necessary fixes, so your system achieves optimal efficiency.

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Common Ductwork Issues

There are a variety of mistakes untrained installers make when installing ductwork. Simply installing pathways for air is not enough. You need our experienced Dependaworthy professionals who ensure optimal ductwork services and installation.

Common Ductwork Issues We See:

  • Sealing problems: If your ductwork isn’t sealed, it probably leaks air into the crawlspaces of your home. This leads to increased energy bills and significantly reduces airflow in your home. That’s why we recommend Aeroseal. [LINK]
  • Poor planning: If it is too long, your systems must work harder than necessary. Improperly sized ductwork could also fail to properly handle the load produced by your HVAC units. Dependaworthy Ductwork begins with strategic placement.
  • Inadequate returns: HVAC systems use returns to pull air back into the system for temperature control. If your ductwork doesn’t have enough returns, your system runs more than necessary and costs you money. Worse, not having enough returns leads to inconsistent temperatures throughout your home.