Duct Replacement

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Duct Replacements in Los Angeles

Your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system is made from a network of ducts, which work together to circulate air and deliver it to the heating and cooling components of your system.

After the air has been temperature-treated, it’s then seamlessly distributed throughout your home. Ductwork is constructed with durability in mind, but occasionally you may need to call a Los Angeles duct replacement service like Global Green Solutions.

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Reasons to Replace Ducts in Los Angeles

Different A/C units may be better suited for different needs and preferences. For that reason, the first stage of any Los Angeles A/C installation project is selecting the type of system that works best for your home. Some of the most popular cooling systems include:

Your HVAC system is 10+ years old

Many heating and cooling systems can last for decades with proper care and maintenance. Unfortunately, some system components, such as ductwork, are particularly susceptible to deterioration and damage. For that reason, we recommend checking (and potentially replacing) your ductwork every 10 years.

Your HVAC system is no longer working properly

Clogged or punctured ductwork can quickly lead to poor airflow and high energy bills. If your ductwork is damaged, it will place unnecessary strain on your entire HVAC system. When it seems things are not working properly, it may be time for a duct replacement!

Your HVAC system is producing noise or foul smells

If your HVAC system suddenly begins producing new sounds or scents, it typically indicates that you have an underlying problem. If there are holes in your ductwork, it can produce noisy clangs and whistles as the air flows through your system. Similarly, your ducts may emit a foul smell if you have mold growth.

Your HVAC system is visibly dented/punctured

While we may not see HVAC ducts during our daily life, they occasionally need replacement or repair to function correctly. Typically, one of the best places to observe your ductwork is in the attic where it may not be fully concealed. If you’ve spotted dents or punctures anywhere, it’s time for a duct replacement.