new ac ductOn average, a U.S. homeowner spends about 2.7% of their entire income on energy bills. That’s only if your HVAC system is properly installed, maintained, and properly functioning. If your air conditioning ducts are not up to industry standard, as well as other AC issues, you might end up spending significantly more than you want.

Home remodeling projects, whether it’s heating systems or a new AC duck installation, can be extremely taxing on a homeowner. Here are the basics of what you should know when it comes to ductwork.


The process to distribute airflow throughout your home and provide cool or warm air when necessary is done through ductwork. Whether it’s an old heating system or a new AC duct, proper ductwork ensures that the air is filtered through the home and into the HVAC system, which is then pushed back through a network of other ducts throughout the home. Output, as well as intake, is necessary for proper ductwork, and subsequently improving the quality of your air, heating your home during the winter, and cooling your home during the summer.

If improper new AC ducts or heating ductwork is present, you’ll not only end up spending more on your energy expenses, but you will also be living in an uncomfortable home. If your return vents aren’t designed properly, your home’s air pressure and equilibrium will be off and your home’s temperature efficiency will suffer as a result.

Contact the Pros

Just as proper heating systems and AC installation are essential to a functioning home, proper ductwork is just as important. You can have the greatest HVAC system of all-time in your home, but if your vents are unorganized and improperly functioning, you’re not going to enjoy the benefits.

If you want to install a new AC duct system, you’re going to want to consult with the professionals. Some of these home projects can overwhelm even the handiest of homeowners. Don’t stress yourself out or bite off more than you can chew when it comes to remodeling projects. If you want to consult with an experienced HVAC company, contact North Valley Heating and Air today!