Ash Adam"Adam has been in the HVAC industry for over 40 years. He hasbeen involved in all aspects of the business from service to salesHis main interest is in customer comfort.How Much Air LossIn Your Duct System?Adam Kern, OwnerOfficial Heating & CoolingMost homeowners that have forced air heating and cooling onlythink about their HVAC system if there is a problem. Typically itwould be a no heat or no cooling situation. Unfortunately, mostduct systems leak like a sieve and that is a big problem in termsof comfort and wasted resources.If you had a 8" or 10" hole in any of the exterior walls no respon-sible homeowner would ignore it. Yet most homes have air leak-age equal to or greater than that. The reason that this problemis so low on the list of priorities is because the average ownerisn't aware of it. Furthermore, the thermostat keeps the equip-ment running until the set point is reached. Therefore the over-all comfort level seems OK.The building codes have focused in on this problem and nowrequire new homes and duct systems in unconditioned spaces tobe tested for leakage prior to occupancy. The simple fix for thisproblem in existing homes is to seal your ducts. Aeroseal is apatent designed product to seal your ducts. Our average ductsealing reduces air loss due to duct leakage between 95-98 %The net result is improved air flow in the home, greater comfortand greater energy savings because the equipment doesn't haveto run as long.If you have any HVAC questions, call me direct at 815-404-4634or email adam@officialhvac.comLexie says.... No more muggy rooms and musty baements!We tackle the toughest problems, call Official today!OFFICIALHeating & Cooling800-350-HVAC (4822)officialhvac.comFACTORYAUTHOREEDDEALERsICANPSEAWDNATECarrierBBBA3 TimeHonoreetum to the epets Ash Adam" Adam has been in the HVAC industry for over 40 years. He has been involved in all aspects of the business from service to sales His main interest is in customer comfort. How Much Air Loss In Your Duct System? Adam Kern, Owner Official Heating & Cooling Most homeowners that have forced air heating and cooling only think about their HVAC system if there is a problem. Typically it would be a no heat or no cooling situation. Unfortunately, most duct systems leak like a sieve and that is a big problem in terms of comfort and wasted resources. If you had a 8" or 10" hole in any of the exterior walls no respon- sible homeowner would ignore it. Yet most homes have air leak- age equal to or greater than that. The reason that this problem is so low on the list of priorities is because the average owner isn't aware of it. Furthermore, the thermostat keeps the equip- ment running until the set point is reached. Therefore the over- all comfort level seems OK. The building codes have focused in on this problem and now require new homes and duct systems in unconditioned spaces to be tested for leakage prior to occupancy. The simple fix for this problem in existing homes is to seal your ducts. Aeroseal is a patent designed product to seal your ducts. Our average duct sealing reduces air loss due to duct leakage between 95-98 % The net result is improved air flow in the home, greater comfort and greater energy savings because the equipment doesn't have to run as long. If you have any HVAC questions, call me direct at 815-404-4634 or email adam@officialhvac.com Lexie says.... No more muggy rooms and musty baements! We tackle the toughest problems, call Official today! OFFICIAL Heating & Cooling 800-350-HVAC (4822) officialhvac.com FACTORY AUTHOREED DEALER sICAN PSEAWD NATE Carrier BBB A 3 Time Honoree tum to the epets

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Ash Adam" Adam has been in the HVAC industry for over 40 years. He has been involved in all aspects of the business from service to sales His main interest is in customer comfort. How Much Air Loss In Your Duct System? Adam Kern, Owner Official Heating & Cooling Most homeowners that have forced air heating and cooling only think about their HVAC system if there is a problem. Typically it would be a no heat or no cooling situation. Unfortunately, most duct systems leak like a sieve and that is a big problem in terms of comfort and wasted resources. If you had a 8" or 10" hole in any of the exterior walls no respon- sible homeowner would ignore it. Yet most homes have air leak- age equal to or greater than that. The reason that this problem is so low on the list of priorities is because the average owner isn't aware of it. Furthermore, the thermostat keeps the equip- ment running until the set point is reached. Therefore the over- all comfort level seems OK. The building codes have focused in on this problem and now require new homes and duct systems in unconditioned spaces to be tested for leakage prior to occupancy. The simple fix for this problem in existing homes is to seal your ducts. Aeroseal is a patent designed product to seal your ducts. Our average duct sealing reduces air loss due to duct leakage between 95-98 % The net result is improved air flow in the home, greater comfort and greater energy savings because the equipment doesn't have to run as long. If you have any HVAC questions, call me direct at 815-404-4634 or email adam@officialhvac.com Lexie says.... No more muggy rooms and musty baements! We tackle the toughest problems, call Official today! OFFICIAL Heating & Cooling 800-350-HVAC (4822) officialhvac.com FACTORY AUTHOREED DEALER sICAN PSEAWD NATE Carrier BBB A 3 Time Honoree tum to the epets Ash Adam" Adam has been in the HVAC industry for over 40 years. He has been involved in all aspects of the business from service to sales His main interest is in customer comfort. How Much Air Loss In Your Duct System? Adam Kern, Owner Official Heating & Cooling Most homeowners that have forced air heating and cooling only think about their HVAC system if there is a problem. Typically it would be a no heat or no cooling situation. Unfortunately, most duct systems leak like a sieve and that is a big problem in terms of comfort and wasted resources. If you had a 8" or 10" hole in any of the exterior walls no respon- sible homeowner would ignore it. Yet most homes have air leak- age equal to or greater than that. The reason that this problem is so low on the list of priorities is because the average owner isn't aware of it. Furthermore, the thermostat keeps the equip- ment running until the set point is reached. Therefore the over- all comfort level seems OK. The building codes have focused in on this problem and now require new homes and duct systems in unconditioned spaces to be tested for leakage prior to occupancy. The simple fix for this problem in existing homes is to seal your ducts. Aeroseal is a patent designed product to seal your ducts. Our average duct sealing reduces air loss due to duct leakage between 95-98 % The net result is improved air flow in the home, greater comfort and greater energy savings because the equipment doesn't have to run as long. If you have any HVAC questions, call me direct at 815-404-4634 or email adam@officialhvac.com Lexie says.... No more muggy rooms and musty baements! We tackle the toughest problems, call Official today! OFFICIAL Heating & Cooling 800-350-HVAC (4822) officialhvac.com FACTORY AUTHOREED DEALER sICAN PSEAWD NATE Carrier BBB A 3 Time Honoree tum to the epets

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