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No matter how carefully your HVAC ductwork was installed, it’s liable to develop leaks, cracks and other damage over time. If you leave the damage uncorrected, it will impact your HVAC systems ability to efficiently heat and cool your home. This can result in higher energy bills, a less comfortable home environment and indoor air quality concerns.

If you have to replace your damaged ductwork, it can add up to a hefty bill. Fortunately, there is a way to prolong the life of your existing ductwork without compromising the performance of your HVAC system. Ductwork pipe coating can add years to the life of your HVAC system and delay complicated duct construction that can negatively impact the architectural details in your home.

How Does Ductwork Pipe Coating Work?

We use pipe coating to repair damaged sewer and water lines. Similarly, we can use it to repair your HVAC ducts as well. First, we clean the surface of the ductwork where you need the coating applied. This makes it easier for the epoxy resin to bond to the metal in your ducts.

Once we apply the coating, the resin cures and bonds to the metal, repairing imperfections and cracks in the surface. This can prevent your hot or cold air from leaking out and increasing your energy expenses.


There are many benefits to using this method, including:

  • Less invasive than traditional ductwork repair methods: It doesn’t require tearing out ductwork, potentially damaging walls and architectural features.
  • Prevents future damage: The epoxy resin can strengthen the ductwork and help prevent recurring leaks and other issues.
  • Repairs duct leaks and cracks: The epoxy resin coating seals the ducts, covering any holes or cracks.
  • Less expensive: This process is cheaper that replacing the ducts.

Common Problems Related to Ductwork

There are many problems that can occur during the installation of ductwork or as a result of normal wear and tear. If you have improperly installed ductwork, you may require additional changes to get the most out of your heating and cooling systems. However, age-related damage can occur no matter how carefully you plan and execute ductwork installation.

Our technicians will start out by examining your existing ductwork to detect any leaks that threaten the efficiency of your HVAC system. After we have targeted areas of special concern, we will systematically complete the ductwork pipe coating service. Then we will run your HVAC unit to ensure that we have sealed off leaks that can increase your energy costs.

If your HVAC system doesn’t supply sufficient air flow and there is nothing wrong with your heating or cooling units, you most likely have a leak in the ductwork. call us today to perform the necessary measurements to determine the best way to utilize ductwork pipe coating to make your HVAC system more efficient and to keep your family or customers warm in cooler temperatures and cool in warmer seasons.

Sealing Issues Solved With Ductwork Pipe Coating

If the ductwork is not sealed perfectly, then it can leak a substantial amount of air into the system’s crawlspaces. Ultimately, it will lead to an increase in the energy bills, and also you will get a decreased amount of airflow inside the building.

You can call us anytime as we are providing coating service in Minneapolis, MN, and the surrounding communities. With our services, you can rest assured that your system is working properly, without compromising indoor air quality or comfort.

Contact our team today to set up an appointment for ductwork pipe coating services or to ask more about our innovative repair and replacement techniques for pipes and ducts in Minneapolis, MN.

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