How to Deal with Water Around A/C Vents

During humid Indiana weather, vent moisture may be noticed while the air conditioner is running. Typically, moisture appearing around HVAC supply vents in individual rooms ranges from subtle wetness you can feel on contact, to obvious dripping, to staining of drywall...

Signs That You Have Aging Ductwork

Old ductwork in residences is typically leaky ductwork. Studies have shown that many existing residences have ducts that leak at rates exceeding recommended standards. Before a new furnace or A/C is installed, in many locales building codes now require existing...

How to Quiet Those Noisy Air Vents

Noisy air vents are a problem for many homeowners. Depending on the cause, you may be able to fix the problem yourself. Here’s a checklist to help you determine if it’s a quick fix or if you should call an HVAC professional. Has the problem been ongoing or...

Things to Know About Return Air Ducts

To deal efficiently with the chilly Indianapolis winters and humid summers, your heating and cooling system needs an optimally designed duct system. Return air ducts are a critical part of that system, but they’re often overlooked. The Purpose of Return Ducts...

Tight Ducts Keep the Heat in Your Home Where it Belongs

Annual furnace maintenance is relatively easy to remember whereas ductwork tends to be overlooked. Here are some ways to recognize whether or not your heating system has tight ducts: Unevenly Heated Rooms Air not be circulating properly through ductwork. Make sure air...