Ductwork

The Duct System in Your Phoenix Home: 7 Common Problem Areas

By |September 26th, 2013|Ductwork|

Whether it’s hot outside, or winter is upon us, we all rely on our HVAC systems to keep the temperature inside our homes at a comfortable level. In order to operate effectively, these systems rely on an effective duct system, to supply treated air and then return it to your equipment to be conditioned again. If your HVAC seems to be struggling to heat or cool your home, it could be time to take a closer look at the duct system. […]

Aeroseal: Air Duct Sealing

By |June 13th, 2013|AC maintenance, Air Conditioning, Air Conditioning Repair, Air ducts, Ductwork|

Wolff Mechanical is available for all your Scottsdale Air Conditioning Repair services. Our technicians are capable of handling any issue you may be facing with your air conditioning system whether at home or at the [...]

Considering an Addition? Give Some Thought to Ductwork Design Before You Break Ground

By |April 18th, 2013|Ductwork|

Professional ductwork design is the keystone for channeling maximum performance from heating, cooling, zoning, whole-house humidification systems and more. If you’re planning a new addition, retrofit or new construction, plan early and choose a reputable company with the mechanical know-how and designing experience to do the job right. […]

Phoenix Aeroseal – Energy Savings From The Inside

By |March 6th, 2013|Air Conditioning, Ductwork|

  Duct Leakage Explained An APS study on duct leakage found: Up to 33% of a heating/cooling system’s airflow could be leaking through the ducts. The impact is most severe in ducts installed in attics [...]

Attic Ductwork Design Affects Energy Savings

By |February 12th, 2013|Ductwork|

The Arizona climate is such that you can’t live without air conditioning. Ductwork is the delivery system for conditioned air traveling from your central air conditioning or heating unit to the rooms of your home. Don’t underestimate the ductwork design of your enclosed attic, which is critical to proper airflow and energy savings.  […]

Duct Repair Rebate Programs Save You Energy And Costs

By |January 31st, 2013|Ductwork|

Though you may keep your Arizona home well-maintained by having preventative maintenance performed on your HVAC system, you might be overlooking your air ducts. Allergy and respiratory issues can be exacerbated by duct issues, which can include leaks and the like. If you or your family has allergy issues or if you suspect your ducts might need some attention, now’s the time to schedule an appointment while you can take advantage of a duct repair rebate. […]

When You Should Consider Professional Duct Cleaning

By |January 3rd, 2013|Ductwork|

Duct cleaning may be of value to homeowners, despite the lack of definitive studies supporting its direct impact on indoor air quality. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) encourages homeowners to tread lightly when it comes to duct cleaning, recommending the service only in the following three scenarios: […]

Ductwork Design: Follow These Principles, Optimize Efficiency And Comfort

By |January 1st, 2013|Ductwork|

Most homeowners prioritize the efficiency of their heating and cooling systems as the key factor in lowering energy bills. And rightly so: A/C and furnace efficiency play a large role in energy consumption. However, duct design is just as critical. If your ducts leak, the system uses long duct runs or ducts aren’t insulated in key areas, you may be paying more in energy costs than you need to. […]

Good Duct Design Can Minimize Energy Losses

By |November 22nd, 2012|Ductwork|

Many homeowners are concerned about the expense of heating and cooling their homes. They often don’t realize their utility bills are higher than necessary because their home is losing energy due to bad duct design. Your home’s duct system is essential to having an energy-efficient home. If your duct system is poorly designed, it often leads to adjusting your thermostat to extremes just to keep your home comfortable. By doing this, you are using more energy than should be necessary to compensate for the energy loss — making for a very costly utility bill each month. […]

How Air Conditioners Remove Humidity in Your Home

By |August 23rd, 2012|Air Conditioning, Air ducts, Ductwork|

[yframe url='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCoOqrUGUNc'] Carrier Hall of Fame Air Conditioning Contractor Dave Hutchins discusses with Cliff Pierson how air conditioners remove humidity from your home. He also talks about how duct systems, proper equipment sizing, and the [...]