Your ductwork is like the highway system that delivers your home comfort. When you go to the thermostat to keep your Oklahoma home comfortable, you want to rest easy knowing that your conditioned air travels efficiently through this “home comfort highway.”
But if your ductwork is prone to leaks or is improperly sized, you could be losing money every time your HVAC system turns on.
HOW TO PROPERLY SIZE YOUR DUCTWORK
The industry standard for getting your ductwork properly sized is by using what’s called the Manual D calculation from the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA). This has been the go to standard for measuring heat loss and gain as it relates to duct sizes.
Using the Manual D calculation in concert with the latest in diagnostic technology and expertise will properly determine your home’s ductwork needs, and expose any leaks or improper sizing for the heating and cooling needs of your home. A full check of your ductwork includes the following:
UNDERSTANDING YOUR HOME’S AIR FLOW NEEDS
Getting the full picture of the heating and cooling needs in each room in your home is the first step in determining how to properly size your ductwork
CUSTOM DESIGN OR REPLACEMENT
Depending on your home’s particular needs, the experts at DeHart can design your ductwork system, or replace your current system with a more efficient one. This can not only increase your heating and air conditioning efficiency, but also reduce the noise coming from your ductwork.
PROPER INSULATION, CLEANING & SEALING
Even if you already have a properly sized ductwork system, it may still be necessary to clean and seal any ducting leaks and add additional insulation to your ductwork to prevent any additional loss of conditioned air.
With proper ductwork sizing, you can experience these benefits, and more:
- INCREASED HOME COMFORT
- LOWER ENERGY COSTS
- REDUCED RISK OF HVAC BREAKDOWNS
- DECREASE IN DUCTWORK NOISE
STOP LOSING MONEY THROUGH YOUR IMPROPER DUCTWORK
If you are looking to increase your home comfort and stop losing your hard earned money through improperly sized ductwork, you can trust the experts at DeHart. We build our own metal ductwork in-house because we believe that’s the only way to ensure the highest quality. Whether you need to optimize your current ductwork, or you need us to replace your system for a more efficient one, DeHart has got you covered.