Put an End to Drafty, Dirty Ductwork in Miami

You might not notice it, but it’s a crucial component of your home comfort system.

Ductwork dispenses air from your HVAC system across your home. Old or compromised air ductwork can cause drafts, varying temperatures and bigger energy bills. And a filthy duct system can spread air pollutants all around your home, aggravating allergies and causing poor indoor air quality.

Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning can restore comfort and clean air in your Miami home.

Get started with a complimentary consultation. Our Expert technicians will take a look at your ductwork and suggest what’s right for your home.

All of our professionals are NATE certified. This means they’ve achieved the industry’s gold standard to better take care of your needs. Plus, we support all of our quality work with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee for one year.*

We Can Make Your Home More Comfortable and Energy Efficient

Find out how you can add comfort to your home with our excellent ductwork solutions listed below.

Duct Cleaning Service

Your house attracts dust, with about 40 pounds piling up each year. And your heating and air system can accumulate bacteria. Those particles can recirculate throughout your home up to seven times a day through airflow. This can intensify allergies and asthma.

Taking out dust and other contaminants through vent cleaning may lessen respiratory conditions. A clean heating and cooling system is an efficient one. It’s also more likely to last longer and have fewer issues.

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Repair, Sealing and Replacement Duct Service

Ductwork doesn’t last forever and can pull apart over the years, creating leaks. Those leaks can account for up to 20 percent lower efficiency.

Our Experts can take a look at your existing system and advise what’s best: duct sealing, duct insulation, repair or replacement.

We can also check out uninsulated spaces, like an attic, crawl space or garage. Condensation can develop in crawl space or garage ducts when you use your air conditioner. This eventually can lead to a considerable ductwork problem—corrosion and holes. It also can result in higher utility costs because of energy losses.

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