We at Dion's Complete Plumbing, Heating & Cooling are proud to announce a recent project in which we replaced the air ducts in a local family's home. The homeowners were very pleased with the job we did, and they said their home was much more comfortable after we finished. We are always happy to help our customers improve the comfort and efficiency of their homes.

We replaced the client's boiler system and window shaker A/C units with a 100,000 BTU 96% 2 Stage ECM motor and a 4 Ton 16 Seer 410-A A/C system with a new duct. The project was done on time and under budget, with no disruption to the homeowner's daily activities.

HVAC Replacement Process

It's necessary to know how the replacement process works. The HVAC Replacement Process starts when the technician first evaluates your system for problems and deficiencies. Then he will make a plan to replace or repair the problem areas in your home or business. After that, they remove the damaged sections of ductwork and replace the boiler system with new ones before sealing everything off again. Finally, they will tune up any ventilation equipment they may have worked on while doing air duct repairs or replacements to ensure that it is working properly after all of their work is done.

Benefits and Tips on having your old HVAC system replaced

Are you thinking about replacing your old HVAC system? You may be surprised to learn all the benefits of having a new one. In this post, we'll outline a few reasons why you should consider upgrading your HVAC system. Keep reading to learn more.

Over time, your home's forced air system accumulates dust and debris in its ductwork and vents.

Air ducts are the primary way for dust, debris, and allergens to enter your home. It can be a big problem if you have allergies or asthma. Over time, your forced air system accumulates dust and debris in its ductwork and vents. When this happens, your air conditioner has to work harder because it cannot remove all the dirt from your indoor air supply. In addition, a dirty or clogged duct system can cause high energy bills as well as an increase in maintenance costs for repairs on heating units or furnaces that aren't properly functioning due to blocked ducts. The longer you wait to replace old air ducts with new ones, the more expensive it will become because of these issues with airflow efficiency.

It's necessary to replace the air ducts in your home at some point.

Air ducts can become damaged by different factors, including weather and pests. These problems can include:

  • Dirt and dust build-up in the ducts
  • The age of the ductwork may lead to wear or corrosion

You have several options for replacing your HVAC system's air ducts.

When you need to replace your HVAC system's air ducts, you have several options for new ones. The most common of these are flexible ducting made from a PVC material. This flexible ducting can be used anywhere in your home and can be easily hidden behind walls and ceilings. However, it is more prone to clogs than metal or rigid plastic air ducts and will eventually deteriorate over time if exposed to excessive heat from the furnace or dryer. 

Metal flex fittings connect metal or rigid plastic air ductwork to create an uninterrupted flow path for heated or cooled air throughout your home. They are also durable and quiet because they do not allow vibrations from fans within the HVAC system's blower unit to travel down into areas where people may hear them when standing nearby. However, metal flex fittings require specialized tools for installation that not all contractors possess, so they may cost more than their counterpart products made by competitors who sell their line under brand names instead of using generic descriptions.

If your home isn't well sealed, consider a full replacement of your HVAC system's ductwork.

It's a good idea to improve the energy efficiency of your home. If you have an older system, it may be time to replace the ducts and the unit itself. When this happens, it can be tempting to try and cut corners by using less expensive materials. While this may save money in the short term, there are some potential problems with doing so:

  • It can result in poor performance over time because of leaks or poor insulation.
  • It could fail prematurely because it was installed incorrectly by someone who didn't know how.

Air leaks can reduce the efficiency of your HVAC system and cost you money.

To keep your home comfortable and energy-efficient, it's important to make sure that all of the airtight seals around your doors and windows are properly maintained. Unfortunately, even the most well-sealed homes have some air leakage, which can reduce the efficiency of your HVAC system and cost you money in the long run. Here are a few things that can happen when there's an air leak in your HVAC system:

  • Air leaks can cause mold and mildew to grow in your ductwork, which may be a health hazard if not addressed immediately. 
  • Air leaks are also caused by cracks or gaps in your home's framing or improperly sealed ductwork.

Replacing your HVAC system's air ducts is a necessary step in keeping your home running smoothly. This process can be overwhelming, so it's best to work with an experienced contractor who has done this many times before. By doing so, you'll ensure that everything goes smoothly for you and your family without any surprises!

Are you in need of an HVAC system replacement?

DION'S COMPLETE Plumbing, Heating & Cooling is a Brighton-based HVAC and Plumbing service. We also provide services in the surrounding areas of Michigan. We offer other services like furnace repair, heat pump installation, drain cleaning, leak detection, and more.

When you hire our mechanical contractors, you can trust that we will solve your problems promptly and expertly. Our technicians are well trained and undergo annual training programs to stay updated on the latest techniques and equipment. We always keep our trucks fully stocked so that we can address a range of HVAC issues on the spot. Contact us now for all your heating, cooling, and plumbing needs!