It takes high-quality tools, like state-of-the-art plasma cutters, to manufacture high-quality ducts. Metal ducts cost more than traditional ducts, but the higher cost is well worth the investment. Metal is easy to clean and doesn’t degrade over time like traditional duct board. Let’s take a closer look at the reasons your Lewes, Delaware, home needs a high-quality duct system.

Improve Heating and Cooling Efficiency

Clean, high-quality ducts have a smoother surface and don’t accumulate dust like traditional duct board does. Less dirt and dust in the duct system makes it easier for the HVAC system to move heated and cooled air. This puts less wear and tear on the HVAC system, which reduces energy costs and repairs. In homes with poor-quality ducts, the HVAC system’s efficiency suffers. You will likely experience higher energy bills with poor-quality ducts since the HVAC system has to work harder to heat and cool the home.

Less Pressure Loss

One of our sheet metal technicians can create customized large duct sections to provide even airspeed and flow throughout the whole duct system. This minimizes pressure loss. If your duct system has several ventilation grilles, we can customize the duct network to have a fan in the middle of it. This results in smaller ducts and reduces pressure loss.

Easy to Customize and Install

You can rest easy knowing your duct system is customized specifically for your home when you take advantage of custom metal ducts. Whether you’re installing ducts into a new or older home, the custom fabrication process ensures the ducts fit perfectly. With numerous sizes and fittings available for sheet metal ductwork, this makes it simple to create a duct system that increases HVAC efficiency and maximizes indoor comfort. Additionally, since your duct system will be a perfect fit for your home, this reduces the chances of a duct leak. Eliminating duct leaks allows you to enjoy optimal indoor air quality.

Are you ready to take advantage of a high-quality duct system? Contact Custom Mechanical today at 877-696-0808 to learn about our custom sheet metal fabrication process.

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