HVAC Ductwork Basics
What You Should Know About Your Ductwork
Ductwork Plays a Major Role in Your HVAC System’s Performance
If your HVAC system isn’t performing up to your expectations, there could be many causes. However, ductwork is often the unknown culprit. The ductwork in our homes and buildings takes the air and pushes it from the source to the destination. Along the way, it flows to the areas intended, and it delivers air to its destination. The problem comes in when we make changes to the external parts of the system or the living area, causing a change in the delicate balance that the ductwork serves.
The Changes That Occur When the Ductwork Loses Its Balance
When we do something as simple as closing off a few vents in rooms that aren’t in use, the HVAC system can be thrown off and have to work harder to compensate for the change. Unfortunately, the only result is detriment rather than benefit. Higher utility bills, rooms not being adequately served, and strain on the HVAC unit are all common problems.
How to Resolve These Issues
Addressing the ductwork before our HVAC has a breakdown or before your utility bills skyrocket is ideal. A humid summer without air conditioning is unpleasant, and it can lead to serious health problems within the home. This is especially true if it starts forming in your ductwork. Ductless systems, zoned HVAC, and changes to ductwork are all simple solutions that are easy to implement with Cooper Heating & Cooling at your service.
Get Your HVAC Back on Track
For over 40 years, Cooper Heating & Cooling has been a full-service HVAC company serving Denver, Colorado Springs, and Fort Collins. With our attention to detail and additional services in electrical, air quality, and more, you’ll have everything you need at your doorstep. We also take care of the environment with our Green Team working for your home and the planet. Contact us at Cooper Heating & Cooling and discover the difference we can make for your home’s comfort.
Luke Cooper is the General Manager of the Cooper Green team and son of Gary Cooper, owner and CEO of Cooper HVAC. After years in the field, Luke took his talents to management and has helped thousands of Colorado homeowners during hot summers and frigid winters. His decade of experience in the field and guiding the company makes him one of the most knowledgeable individuals in Colorado on HVAC, plumbing, electrical and other home services.