If you feel like your HVAC system is not performing properly in your Springdale, Arkansas, home, it may be time to have your ductwork evaluated. If your home has a unique floor plan, or you feel like your system doesn’t work as well as it should, custom ductwork could help. Let’s look at how custom ductwork can make your HVAC system run more efficiently.

Your HVAC System Will Perform Better

Ductwork runs throughout your home, and if there are a lot of seams, connections, and twists in the ductwork, airflow can become restricted. In addition, if the ducting is too small or too large for your living space, the system will have to work hard to deliver the warm or cool air around your home. With the right sized ducting fitted properly and in as straight a line as possible, your system will run smoother and more efficiently.

Air Quality Will Be Improved

If your current ductwork has lots of turns and seams, dust and dirt can become trapped in these areas. The straighter your ductwork is, the less likely this dirty buildup becomes. When air containing dust, dirt, pet dander, and other contaminants blows into your home, the air quality level is greatly reduced, and it could trigger asthma or allergy attacks. Custom ductwork will help allow cleaner air into your home. Adding indoor air quality products can also help keep your home clean and your family healthy.

Custom Layout

When you schedule an appointment with us to have custom ductwork installed, our technicians will take careful and precise measurements of your home’s unique floor plan. Using this information, we will determine how the new ductwork will be laid out, what components will be needed, and what size ducting will provide the best airflow for your HVAC system. Once fabricated, the ductwork will be installed and your HVAC system will be able to run more efficiently.

To have your home fitted with custom ductwork, give us a call at George’s Refrigeration & Heating today. We can be reached at (479) 636-1470.

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