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Air Duct Repair with AirRite

Posted on: September 26th, 2013 by

Air duct repair in you Texas home can lead to immediate improvements in electric bills, allergy symptoms and overall general health. Many people do not realize that they are actually paying for air that they are not receiving. If your AC is running all the time and some areas of the house are cooler than others, then that means you have lost a seal and the cool air is escaping.

Air duct repair helps to fix these problem areas and keep the air you are paying for out of your attic and in your living spaces. Additionally, if you are losing air in certain places, that means moisture could be building up in that unsealed location leading to a mold problem.

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What else can get in? Insects and rodents. Many homeowners fail to consider the job the forced air ducts within their HVAC system actually do – they circulate air.   And, this circulation means that any mold or critter droppings are now circulating through the ducts and into the living spaces of a home.

This is why it is essential to have a licensed and trained professional thoroughly test your ducts for leaks, as well as fix them and clean them. AirRite offers this service to those in the greater Fort Worth area.  Our expert technicians have the skills and tools necessary to locate any leaks and fix any problems.

Once clean, AirRite technicians will run an agitator through your air ducts. This agitator will cause any debris to become airborne so that our vacuum will quickly pick it up and remove it.

When you decide that you want your conditioned air to work for you, then it is time to call the experts at AirRite.   The truth is, it takes special equipment and a trained professional to properly maintain your home’s air ducts. Air duct repair and cleaning is no easy task.

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