Investing into duct sealing

I am always looking for current as well as better ways to reduce household energy consumption, then i’ve read that approximately 50% of energy costs are the result of heating as well as cooling! Because of the dire weather in our local area, the people I was with and I switch between relying on the oil furnace to running the a/c with unquestionably little break in-between.

I’ve invested into thermal-paned windows, an Energy Star rated front door, attic insulation, caulk as well as weatherstripping.

I’ve installed a smart temperature control to help with temperature control as well as energy savings! Just recently, I came across a list of energy saving strategies, the article mentioned that the average duct idea allows up to 30% of conditioned air to escape. That’s a significant amount of heated or cooled air just disappearing. If the maximum amount of air produced by the oil furnace or a/c fails to reach the intended destination, the idea needs to run more often as well as for longer cycles. The idea uses more energy as well as our energy bills go up, but plus, the rooms of the house aren’t going to be as comfortable. There’s the potential for outside pollutants to enter the HVAC duct as well as get spread throughout the residing area. The added strain on the heating as well as cooling equipment increases the potential for malfunction. I called a local Heating as well as Air Conditioning business as well as had our duct idea inspected for leaks. The testing revealed 20% energy losses through small holes as well as cracks at the seams. I then invested into a process called Aeroseal. The worker clogged off all of the supply as well as return registers; He pumped highly pressurized air into the ducts. This air contained adhesive polymer particles. As the air leaked from imperfections, those particles adhered to the edges, accumulated as well as built up an airnarrow seal.


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