Duct Armor FAQs

Did you know that in a typical air duct system, 20 to 30 percent of circulated air is lost due to leaks in the vents? As a homeowner who pays good money to run and maintain a vent system, this is likely quite frustrating for you.

But there is a simple solution: Duct Armor. Fresh Ducts has been sealing air ducts in Weber County, UT since 1993, and we are proud to be a licensed dealer for Duct Armor, the simple, effective duct sealant that is affordable for virtually every homeowner.

Want to learn more about what Duct Armor can do for you? Read on to learn more about this great product.

How do you determine if I need Duct Armor?

Duct Armor is a great product, but we will never try to sell you on something you do not need. Before suggesting Duct Armor for your home, we will first complete a thorough inspection of your duct system. It will typically take two to four hours to inspect your ducts, depending on the size of your home and how accessible the duct system is. As we work, you are more than welcome to ask questions of our technician, so you can get a better idea of how your duct system works.

How does installation work?

The Duct Armor installation process breaks down into four simple steps. First, we take out any dust and debris that may be blocking the flow in your vents. Next, we will clean the air conditioning system itself. Then, it will be time to spray on Duct Armor. This happens in two visits over a 10-day period. Finally, we will put your AC back in action, and you can enjoy a clean, efficient HVAC system in your own home.

Does it have an odor?

We understand that adding a new substance to your vent system can be a bit worrisome, as it could potentially have an unpleasant odor. Fortunately, you do not have to worry about that with Duct Armor. Many clients do not notice any smell after installation. For those who do, it is similar to a “fresh paint” smell (Duct Armor has a latex base) that will gradually wear off over time. So if you are worried about using duct sealers in Weber County, UT because of potential odor, Duct Armor is for you!

Will this fix a sewer or water leak in my ducts?

If you have underground air ducts, then there is a possibility that the problem is cause by a water or sewer leak. Unfortunately, Duct Armor alone will not solve this problem, as it is indicative of a much larger issue. But once a plumbing service has fixed that issue, we will be happy to visit again and apply some Duct Armor at that time.

Tired of unclean, inefficient air ducts causing problems in your home? Get in touch with Fresh Ducts today, and we will be happy to give you some helpful information about sealing air ducts in Weber County, UT with Duct Armor.

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