Duct Leakage effects everyone across the United States. Nationally ducts leak an average of 30% of conditioned air into attics and crawlspaces. This means that you are wasting 30 cents of every dollar that you pay to condition either hot or cold air in your home through ducting. This means that you are paying to heat your attic or crawlspaces.
With our duct blasting we will show you exactly where your system is leaking from and provide you with the cubic feet per minute that your system is leaking. @Aeroseal internal duct sealing we can assure you that your system will not leak more than the Title 24 requirements. If you did not know, in 2023 codes are changing for maximum leakage allowed in a heating and cooling system. With @Aeroseal internal duct sealing, we will know immediately if your new or retrofitted installation will pass a HERS test because we know total leakage within seconds of finishing the seal.
John Owens Services is the only certified AEROSEAL contractor in the North Bay Area. Call us today today and we will have our certified staff out to you home for an evaluation of your system and it’s eligibility. If your system is eligible we can reduce your home’s duct leakage down to about 1% leakage. That is a massive improvement from the national average of 30 percent duct leakage. This internal repair system can seal holes up to 5/8ths of an inch in diameter.
Reducing the leakage allows for your heating and air conditioning system to not work as hard to heat or cool your home. Less times turning on and off will stop your system from straining so much to get the home to the desired temperature.
We have offices in Santa Rosa, San Rafael, and now Petaluma. John Owens Services has been servicing Sonoma County and Marin County for over 30 years. We are the premiere company for heating, cooling and plumbing.
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📌 Sonoma County Services 707-203-2971
📌 Marin County Services 415-529-5332
Our philosophy is simple, we always want to maintain equipment to give it the longest life possible. Next, we want to focus on repairing when something goes wrong. Then only as the last choice, we replace equipment when needed. That’s the John Owens Way.