Duct Repair & Replacement in Broomfield, Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, and the Surrounding Area
While it’s fairly common to invest in a maintenance plan for your HVAC system, far too many people ignore the ductwork attached to their heating and air conditioning units. Unfortunately, if the ducts are allowed to degrade too far, they can have a very negative effect on the efficiency of your HVAC system and comfort of your home. That’s why Cooper Heating & Cooling offers a full range of duct repair and replacement services throughout Broomfield and the entire Front Range. We’re here to take care of your ductwork and make sure it’s ready to do it’s job!
Top reasons to trust us for your Broomfield ductwork needs:
- Angie’s List Super Service Award Winner
- Accredited, A+ Rated with the Better Business Bureau
- Over 40 years in the HVAC industry
- Trusted as a high-quality, innovative HVAC contractor
When Is Ductwork Necessary?
Ducts may be simply constructed, but they’re still prone to problems as time goes on. Duct leaks open up on a regular basis, whether during installation, or because of animal activity, or years of expansion and contraction with the temperature of the air. Most of the time, these leaks can be sealed without any more extensive efforts being taken. For really extensive damage, though, mastic and duct tape will not be enough to fix the problem.
Extensive duct repair is needed when large gaps exist in the ductwork. This could be because of tears made by animals (it’s more common than you’d think) or because of sections becoming unfastened from the rest of the ductwork. Duct replacement is conducted when the damage is so severe that the section cannot be used anymore. Ductwork has a tendency to collapse as it gets older and is typically not easy to repair once it reaches that state.
When to Call for Duct Repair or Replacement
It can be difficult to tell when your ducts need help. If you’re committed to taking proper care of your ducts, you should be having them tested at least once every two or three years to make sure they’re operating properly.
If you’re not having your ducts tested on a regular basis, though, you may have to look out for some signs that they’re in trouble. One of the easiest ways to do that is to feel the amount of air coming out of each vent in the home. If one of the vents is blowing significantly less air than the others, it may be a sign that you need to have a duct section repaired or replaced.
Comprehensive Ductwork in Colorado Springs and the Front Range
Proper duct care is not something that should be left to an amateur. Trust the experienced professionals with your duct repair and replacement needs: Cooper Heating & Cooling. We provide duct repair and replacement services throughout Broomfield, Denver, Colorado Springs and the surrounding areas!