Duct Pressure Testing & Duct Sealing

Duct Pressure Testing & Duct Sealing

All residents, and residents close to the water in particular, should be aware of the increased levels in indoor humidity that may be a result of leaky air ducts.

Leaky ducts also cause things like excessive dust, inefficient A/C performance, poor indoor air quality, excessive and wasteful energy consumption and various other nuisances. Duct Pressure Tests average around $425-$600 for the average house. Annaville A/C recommends that all homes with ducts in unconditioned attics be tested.

Our Minneapolis Duct Blaster is very effective in informing the home owner if they have a problem with leaky ducts. The majority of homes tested we have discovered 200-400 CFM of air leakage, which translates to substantial financial losses. We find these typical leakage rates on old duct systems and some new duct systems.

From minor patch job to total duct replacement
Annaville A/C can handle all of your air duct needs

Watch the video below to learn about Aeroseal duct sealing technology!

Watch the video below to learn about Aeroseal duct sealing technology!

The State of Texas has adopted the 2015 International Residential Code (IRC), Chapter 11. 

The City of Corpus Christi is enforcing the code, stating that all new homes built today have their ducts tested by an independent 3rd party tester. We are learning that homes with tight, non-leaking ducts require much lower capacity air conditioning to stay comfortable.

This saves the consumer money because they can purchase a smaller A/C and save thousands of dollars in wasted energy over the lifespan of the home. It is also good for the environment to not waste electricity and fuel required to heat and cool our homes and business. We recommend a duct pressure test and visual inspection for all homes that have ducts in an unconditioned attic at least once every 5 years. Ducts located in these extreme conditions can test OK for now, but 5 years from now may develop serious leakage. 

In addition to offering "duct pressure testing" to residents of Corpus Christi we extend this service to residents of Robstown, Sinton, Odem, Banquette, Bishop, Orange Grove, Driscoll, Sandia, Mathis, San Patricio.

The State of Texas has adopted the 2015 International Residential Code (IRC), Chapter
11. The City of Corpus Christi is enforcing the code, stating that all new homes built today have their ducts tested by an independent 3rd party tester. We are learning that homes with tight, non-leaking ducts require much lower capacity air conditioning to stay comfortable.

This saves the consumer money because they can purchase a smaller A/C and save thousands of dollars in wasted energy over the lifespan of the home. It is also good for the environment to not waste electricity and fuel required to heat and cool our homes and business. We recommend a duct pressure test and visual inspection for all homes that have ducts in an unconditioned attic at least once every 5 years. Ducts located in these extreme conditions can test OK for now, but 5 years from now may develop serious leakage. 

In addition to offering "duct pressure testing" to residents of Corpus Christi we extend this service to residents of Robstown, Sinton, Odem, Banquette, Bishop, Orange Grove, Driscoll, Sandia, Mathis, San Patricio.