DUCT SEALING

THE NUMBER ONE HOME RENOVATION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY

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FACTORY DESIGNED
EFFICIENCY

DELIVERED EFFECIENCY WITH UNSEALED DUCTS

2% OR LESS (SEALED)

10% LEAKED

20% LEAKED

30% LEAKED

Ac/ and heat pump

24 SEER

23.3

20.3

16.6

12.9

22 SEER

21.3

18.6

15.2

11.9

20 SEER

19.4

16.9

13.9

10.8

18 SEER

17.5

15.2

12.5

9.7

16 SEER

15.5

13.5

11.1

8.6

14 SEER

13.6

11.2

9.7

7.6

Furnaces

95% AFUE

93

85

76

67

90% AFUE

88

81

74

63

80% AFUE

78

72

64

56

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Home effeiciency opportunities

A recent study by McKinsey & Company showed the potential for major energy savings in the United States from relatively simple home improvements. The required Investment In these Improvements would be paid

Type of Improvement
in existing homes

Potential Energy Savings
in trillions of B.T.U.’s

Cost
Per millions
B.T.U.’s

Seal Ducts

100%

510  $ 4.90

Insulate Basement

70%

290    4.70

Install Programmable thermostat

50%

230    4.20

insulate attic

40%

180    5.50

Upgrade heating equipment

35%

160    11.40

Seal home air leaks

35%

160    7.60

Perform heating, ventilation & air conditioning maintenance

30%
130    6.80

Install wall sheathing

35%

100    7.70

Upgrade windows

35%
100    7.30

Insulate slab foundation

35%

30    13.70

The Most cost effective and important repair you can make to your home! REPAIR YOUR AIR!

Cost savings occur primarily from replacement at end of equipment’s life.

Source: McKinsey & Company

delivers more benefits than any other single Solution

Temperature

Comfort

Eliminate hot/cold spots; create more even temperatures

Heating and cooling

Air Quality

Reduce dust and allergens; cleaner, healthier air

Save Money HVAC

Energy Savings

Improve efficiency and airflow with up to 30% savings

Cooling system

Performance

Improve operating efficiency and prolong life of equipment

how do we know that

duck leak?

In houses with forced-air heating and cooling systems, ducts are used to distribute conditioned air throughout the house. But in typical houses, about 25-40% of the air that moves through the duct system is lost due to leaks, holes, and poorly connected ducts. The result is higher utility bills and difficulty keeping the house comfortable, no matter how the thermostat is set.

Homes

95% of homes in
the u.s. have leaky
duckwork

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