Duct Sealing in Sacramento, CA by Bronco Plumbing Heating and Air

Your ductwork is the delivery system for all the air coming from your HVAC. When your ductwork is faulty (meaning it has holes, cracks and disconnections), you can lose a significant amount of air that should be delivered into your living spaces. One of the best ways to remedy faulty ductwork is with air duct sealing, but unless you hire a professional with the right training and experience to perform your air duct sealing, it is likely that your ductwork will continue to be faulty. Why is faulty ductwork a problem? First, faulty ductwork can account for up to 30% of your home’s total air loss, which is a significant amount of air loss, no matter what season it may be. Second, faulty ductwork doesn’t just let out your air, it also lets in things you don’t want, including excess dust, dirt and moisture, air pollution and other contaminants. However, when you hire one of our ductwork experts for air duct sealing in Sacramento, you can rest assured that faulty ductwork will no longer be a problem for you or your home.

Bronco Plumbing Heating and Air provides professional air duct sealing services in Sacramento, CA and the surrounding areas. Contact us today to schedule a service appointment .

How Do UV Germicidal Lights Work?

UV germicidal lights rid you home of biological contaminants by destroying the DNA of the contaminant. Using UV–C light rays, germicidal lights do two things simultaneously: first, they 'kink' the DNA of the cell, making it impossible for the cell to reproduce and replicate; second, the UV–C light rays also kill the life–sustaining proteins of the cell, which leads to the cell’s death. This 1–2 punch fully eradicates the biological contaminant from your home.

Why Sealing Ductwork with Duct Tape Is a Bad Idea

Just because duct tape has the word "duct" in it doesn’t mean it’s good to use for sealing your ducts. Ductwork needs air balance in order to work correctly, and you can’t achieve good air balance when there are leaks in your ductwork. While duct tape may be good for sealing a box, it is not good for sealing ductwork. There are two reasons for this: first, the glue on duct tape is not a strong enough adhesive to seal your faulty ductwork properly and second, it only takes about three months for the tape’s glue to break down completely, making the tape you’ve used worthless. When you hire an expert for duct sealing, like the ones at Bronco Plumbing Heating and Air, your ductwork will be properly sealed using professional–grade adhesives and a sealing process that will last long–term.

Benefits of Air Duct Sealing

When our ductwork experts professionally seal your air ducts, they aren’t just helping to reduce air loss, they are also helping with the following:

  • Better indoor air quality – sealing your ductwork stops the influx of contaminants into your ductwork, which stops them from entering your living spaces.

  • Increased energy efficiency – your HVAC system has to compensate for the loss of air from your ductwork, and it does so at a price: using more energy. Sealing your air ducts stops the loss of air, which allows your HVAC system to operate normally.

  • Less stress on your HVAC system – sealing your air ducts properly means your system no longer has to work under the level of excess stress caused by faults in the ductwork.

Our trained and certified specialists are here to help get your ductwork back on track with professional duct sealing, so if you are seeing the signs of faulty ductwork, call us today!

We Provide Professional Duct Sealing Services in Sacramento, CA

If you are hearing excessive whistling from your vents during operation, seeing excessive dust and dirt accumulation even when you clean, or receiving exceptionally high energy bills when you haven’t changed your usage levels, it is likely that you have faulty ductwork in your home. The experts at Bronco Plumbing Heating and Air can help restore the operation of your ductwork to optimal levels with professional duct sealing in the Sacramento, CA area – contact us today!