The layout or design of your duct work is very important to how the ac system performs. The newer high efficiency systems work best when the duct work is designed specifically for that application. Furthermore many homeowners do not want to spend additional dollars to have new duct work installed or redesigned.
The result is usually a lack of efficiency. Although this does not mean that it won’t be more efficient than your old system, it just means that it will not be up to it’s full potential.
Have a professional look at the condition and the cleanliness of the ductwork to plan a course of action that is suitable. Don
Flex Duct & Duct Board
While many states and commercial building codes require Metal Duct work to be installed. Mainly do to higher heating temps, here in South Florida Duct board and flex duct are commonly used. Duct board is basically a solid piece of insulation with a different thickness depending on the application. It can be easily cut and formed into a box configuration, for trunk lines and plenums.
Flex Duct pictured above, is perfect for tight installations and offers a great alternative to metal pipe. It is essentially insulation rapped around a flexible plastic tube. This can be used in warm weather climates where the high temperature heating is not used.
This type of duct work saves time on material costs compared to metal duct as well as labor costs as it is less labor intensive to install.
Restaurants and other businesses often rely on commercial refrigeration, and need a reliable partner to keep their systems running smoothly. We can help with freezers, walk-in coolers, warehouses, and more.
While staying cool and comfortable, it’s important to keep AC units running in a way that is energy efficient. Our modern systems can cut cooling bills by as much as 50 percent, for residential or commercial.
We work with state of the art equipment that gives you control, flexibility, and comfort. This includes smart thermostats, Wifi connections, remotely controlling temperatures, and live weather forcasts.