Of course you want to protect your family, but have you tested the quality of your air ducts?  If your answer is never, you must read this.

In houses with forced-air heating and cooling systems, ducts distribute air,  that you pay to condition, throughout your home. The quality of that air and the effectiveness of its distribution is important.

Is the air in your home safe?   

Fumes from household and garden chemicals, insulation particles, and dust can enter a leaking duct system.  It is common for that unwanted dust to aggravate asthma and allergy sufferers. Sealing ducts can help improve indoor air quality by reducing the risk of pollutants entering ducts and circulating through your home.

Are you comfortable? 

Sealing and insulating ducts can help with common comfort problems, such as rooms too hot in the summer or too cold in winter and drafty places in rooms.

Are you saving money?


As much as 30 percent of expensive conditioned air is lost to leaks, holes, and poorly connected ducts.  You pay higher utility bills, and have difficulty keeping the house comfortable regardless of your thermostat setting.  A well-designed and properly sealed duct system can make your home more comfortable, energy efficient, and safer.


Are you building or remodeling?


If you are planning to install new heating and cooling equipment, a well-designed and sealed duct system may allow you to downsize to a smaller, less costly heating and cooling unit which can provide better dehumidification, increase efficiency, and lower your energy bills.  The right unit, properly installed, can often pay for itself in energy savings.

Are you protecting the Environment?


Every dollar that you save from your fuel bill reduces our overall consumption of energy.  Something that is good for your wallet and good for our planet. 


When you need a reliable solution to a pressing problem, you always consult the experts.

Understand your best options for the safety, protection and comfort you demand and deserve in your home.

Call Home Energy Experts today.

Do you qualify for a Dominion Thermwise Rebate? 



Vents & returns in the ceiling can create a "negative pressure" in the home.  Bringing unfiltered and unconditioned air into your home.  

Negative air pressure in your home means air will be suctioned in to you home to balance the pressure.  


  • When the front door opens hot or cold air comes in your windows feel drafty

  • Can lights in ceiling are holes in your air barrier and a home with a negative pressure will suction in dirty unconditioned and unfiltered air throng those and any other holes in your home  

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