Air Duct Sealing Services in San Jose, CA

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Leaky air ducts can lead to higher energy bills, unsatisfactory heating and cooling system performance, and poor indoor air quality. Fortunately, fixing these issues is easy with help from Trio Heating & Air Conditioning.

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If you are experiencing an unusual high energy bills in your home, you might be wondering what is causing the issue. Most home owners tend to think towards changing their HVAC system or upgrading it.

According to leading sources in the HVAC field more than %50 of new HVAC systems in the U.S. do not stand up to their rated efficiency as a result of poor installation. Air Leaks lead to higher energy bills, poor performance and, poor indoor air quality.

The solution to all of these issues is Air Sealing. Air leak from your registers or duct work can cause you to breathe fiberglass, mold, moister, dust & other harmful materials. Air sealing those leakage spots will prevent those particles from getting into your duct system and would improve your air quality, energy bills & comfort in your home.

Signed of Air-Leak:

  • System is having a hard time heating or cooling
  • Higher energy bill
  • Air seems stuffy, moist & uncomfortable
  • Black marks on insulation around duct work
  • Throat scratching as the system is on
  • Hot & cold spots, inconsistent room temperature

A duct work can run through your attic, crawl-space or walls. Having leaks in your air duct system through those areas can cause in bringing in all of the content of the space.

Let’s take a look at a few materials that can be found in an attic, crawl-space or walls:

  • Mold
  • Bugs
  • Moister
  • Insulation: could be fiberglass, cellulose (shredded newspaper)
  • Asbestos(in older homes)
  • Dust
  • Insects
  • Dirt
  • Debris

The solution to Repairing your Leaky air ducts can be very simple = Air Sealing:

Our highly trained technicians at Trio USA will inspect the entire duct system to find the leak spots, and seal them with special HVAC sealant tape if it’s the duct work which is leaking. If the leakage is coming from the boots we will use 300 degrees resistant silicon & HVAC sealant tape.