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Ductwork and Insulation Services in Kansas City

Our Ductwork Services

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Duct Cleaning

Over time, dust, allergens and other airborne particulates can reduce airflow or reduce air quality. A complete duct cleaning keeps the air in your ductwork flowing efficiently.

Duct Repair and Sealing

Even little flaws in your air ducts can leach critical energy. Repairing damage and sealing ductwork minimizes HVAC losses, keeping your property’s energy efficiency at its best.

Attic Insulation

Incomplete spaces like the basement or attic can cause heating and cooling losses. Adding attic insulation in Kansas City keeps your HVAC system energy efficient.

Encourage Healthy Airflow, Air Quality

Clean, well-insulated ductwork is an important piece of any professional indoor air quality plan. Excess dust and particulate matter isn’t just about having to clean more often—pollutants can cause all kinds of trouble. Cutting off airflow, stimulating mold and aggravating respiratory issues are just some of the concerns that can start in your air ducts.

Neal Harris Service Experts is committed to a complete sense of comfort, so don’t hesitate to ask for our advice on the best strategy. Whether it’s insulating unfinished spaces or cleaning the ventilation itself, superior ductwork services in Kansas City are simply a phone call away.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Popping sounds are common if there’s a problem or damage in your ductwork. The actual sounds appear when there’s more airflow than your ductwork can manage. Trouble with your ductwork can lead to other ventilation and air quality concerns, such as:

    • Frequent or unpleasant noise
    • Greater energy waste
    • Premature equipment failure
    • Inconsistent heating and cooling
    • Damage to the AC’s compressor
    • Overheating
    • Mold and mildew emergence
  • A whole-home zoning system helps you optimize where heating and cooling is directed. With supplemental thermostats and dampers installed in the ductwork, each zone’s temperature can be individually adjusted.

  • The concentration of indoor pollutants average 3-5 times higher than outdoor air. In fact, EPA studies have found that exposure to contaminants can be 100 times higher indoors compared to outdoors. Allergens, microorganisms and even household cleaners can contribute to contamination and reduce your indoor air quality. You can receive a comprehensive Home Health® Report Card by contacting the air quality specialists at Neal Harris Service Experts.

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