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Clues That Your Ductwork is Becoming OldNothing lasts forever and that includes your home’s ductwork. Just as the average human being ages, your ductwork can become old and worn-out after years of faithful service. Old ductwork can have a sizable impact on your HVAC system’s energy efficiency and overall ability to keep your home comfortable. It can also impact your home’s indoor air quality — leaky joints and cracks caused by corrosion can let dirty air circulate throughout home.

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What is a Return Air Duct?The return air ducts are a key component of your HVAC system's air distribution network, but it's easy to overlook their importance since they don't send out heated or cooled air. To help you understand the vital role they play in maintaining your comfort and keeping the HVAC system working properly, let's take a closer look at what the return ducts actually do.

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Keep Air Ducts Clean in Your New Haven Home and See Multiple BenefitsHave you noticed an excessive amount of dust near the registers for your ductwork? A small amount is normal, but when a significant amount becomes noticeable, a professional duct cleaning may be necessary. Dust and pollen circulating through the duct system can trigger symptoms in allergy sufferers in your household, as well as individuals who suffer from respiratory ailments. If you can't remember the last time your air ducts were cleaned, you may want to consider an inspection

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Reduce Electricity Usage in Your Indiana Home With These Easy-to-Follow TipsAfter a particularly severe winter, many of us here in Indiana were thrilled to see the season of heating bills ending. However, the summer is right around the corner, and air conditioning will soon become a necessity, driving costs up again. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent this increase by making your home more efficient and lowering your energy consumption. Here are a few tips to get started and reduce electricity usage in your home:

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