Air Duct Restoration
Restore and reinforce your ductwork
Our duct coating process avoids costly replacements or excavations that may otherwise be needed for a wide variety of duct types, including sonotube. Not only does it add many years to your HVAC lifespan, it fills holes and leaks in almost all types of ducts, making them more efficient. It also coats dangerous materials existent in some systems such as asbestos and fiberglass, rendering them completely inert.
Duct restoration can:
- Repair all common systems, including sonotube, flex duct, ridged duct, metal duct, in ground duct, cardboard ducts, in slab, in ground, and overhead.
- Trap asbestos, fiberglass and other harmful materials present in old ducts, making them harmless.
- Restore structural integrity to collapsing or water damaged sonotube and other similar composite ducts.
- Avoid excavation or replacement of existing ducts, potentially saving thousands of dollars.
Seal gaps, holes, and breakages that leak air, saving you money on energy bills.
Why choose us for your duct restoration?
NM’s Only Certified Master Inspector, NADCA Certified ASCS and Licensed General Contractor. I also hold multiple Radon Certifications and Indoor Air Certifications.
We have the longest tenured staff with the very best equipment and training. Although a specific license isn’t required in NM for duct coating, preparation to include, furnace, A-coil or evaporative cooler does require a contractors license to hire an HVAC or plumber.
We always perform a video inspection prior to cleaning and restoration which gives us 100% accuracy in our quotes and we stand behind them.
The Best Rated Duct Cleaning in NM
Our professionalism, knowledge, and customer service is reflected by our stellar reviews on Google, Yelp, Home Advisor, and Angie’s List.
Certified as NM’s Top Professionals
As a certified Amazon Home Services and Home Advisor Screened & Approved Elite Service provider, all of our technicians are background checked, and our licensing and insurance verified so you can rest easy knowing the job will be done right.
How Does Duct Restoration Work?
Duct restoration is a process of coating ducts in a lining compound and is a quick and minimally invasive procedure. We scope the ducts using a high definition video camera and clean them prior to coating them in a durable, flexible, and moisture resistant compound with a semi gloss finish that is resistant to accumulation of dust and dirt as well as anti-fungal to prevent mold growth.
Is Duct Leakage the Cause of My High Energy Bill?
It’s easy to overlook the importance of air ducts in the HVAC system’s overall efficiency. But ducts that are blocked or the airflow impeded by dust and dirt buildups, collapse of sonotubes, or holes and breakages causing leaks can cause serious reductions in the overall ability of your heater and AC to deliver air to your home. Some estimate that the loss of efficiency from aging or decaying ductwork can be as much as 30% in the average home. Restoring ductwork will not only remove blockages and impediments to airflow, but provide a surface that is less hospitable to future buildups of materials such as dust and dirt, as well as reinforce the structural integrity of ducts that might otherwise collapse or decay. This can translate into reduced energy bills and better overall distribution of heated or cooled air throughout your home.
How Does Duct Restoration Fix Ducts Made With Asbestos and FIberglass?
Since our duct lining compound is applied in an even layer on top of the existing duct surfaces, it completely seals in the existing materials. This means that otherwise harmful substances that can become airborne in your HVAC system are trapped in a layer of environmentally friendly and non toxic sealant, thus rendering them inert.
Why is Certified NADCA Membership and State Licensure Important for Duct Restoration?
Although duct restoration and lining, being a relatively new technique, requires no specific license to perform, the integrity and longevity of the sealant is highly dependent on how well the ducts are cleaned beforehand. If a provider doesn’t know what they are doing, cutting into ductwork to clean it can severely damage your homes HVAC system. The state licensure requires continuing education and staying up to date on best practices. The long and short of it is that the state requires licensure to avoid shady practitioners from damaging your home’s value and costing you potentially thousands of dollars. Furthermore, NADCA trained professionals are thoroughly trained in the best and latest practices, required to hold verified liability insurance, and adhere to a code of ethics required for membership, guaranteeing you get the best value and the highest level of workmanship available.