Custom ductwork can help you optimize the HVAC system in your Bloomington, Illinois, home. As a result, you’ll maximize heating and air conditioning efficiency while saving money.

Because the work is specifically tailored to your home’s size, layout and unique structural characteristics, this valuable HVAC solution might be the answer you need for your new build or home renovation project. The following factors contribute to the increased energy efficiency that custom ductwork has to offer:

Skilled Craftsmanship

Coupled with the factors described below, custom duct creation through precision sheet metal fabrication helps your system provide superior airflow, keeping you more comfortable. This means you won’t need to continually re-adjust your thermostat settings in an effort to feel cooler in summer or warmer in winter.

Correct Duct Sizing

Every home is different, so taking a one-size-fits-all approach to your ductwork would be a bad move. Having your system’s air distribution system fabricated-to-order means it will be optimized for maximum performance and efficiency in your home.

If your air ducts are too large, your system will run longer and waste energy. If they’re too small, the system will use more energy trying to distribute enough conditioned air throughout your home.

Improved Connections

With custom ductwork, greater care is taken to ensure the network of ducts is customized to your space. We’ll make sure all connections between its various sections and end-points are properly attached. Since the connections are the place where most air leakage occurs, this saves you money.

Custom Layout

A fully customized air duct layout that provides more consistent heating and cooling from room to room also means you’re less likely to need supplemental heating or air conditioning in certain parts of your home.

Take a look at our ductwork service information to find out more about the long-term value our custom ductwork solution can bring to your home. Or call Custom Air Company at (309) 518-1196 to discuss your unique ductwork fabrication and installation needs.

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