Memphis Duct Sealing Specialists
Energy efficiency experts agree that air duct leakage is one of the main causes for high utility bills and that sealing leaky ducts can be one of the most important energy saving measures Tennessee homeowners can take.
Duct sealing in Memphis is the best method to stop duct leakage. People have studied the duct leakage phenomenon for over 15 years and have found that sealing the Memphis duct system is both affordable and cost-effective. Some studies have shown that these duct sealing services can reduce total duct leakage by 15%-35% in your Memphis home.
Our Memphis Duct Sealing Services
- Duct Work
- Spray Foam Insulation
- Duct Cleaning
- Spray In Insulation
- Home Insulation
- Pipe Insulation
- Blown Insulation
- Energy Savers
Why Memphis Should Hire Us For Duct Sealing
Because our quality control standards are high here at Precision Air Conditioning and Heating, our service and installation technicians are among the best in the industry. We only hire experienced, knowledgeable technicians that you can feel safe having in your homes.
With the latest, most advanced equipment and a highly experienced staff, we are equipped to handle any type of air or heating duct sealing service that you may need.
- Kathe Stewart & Larry Stewart of Precision Air Conditioning & Heating, WIN NATIONAL AWARD
The brother and sister team of Kathe Stewart (COO) and Larry Stewart (President) of Precision Air Conditioning & Heating, Memphis, TN, were presented with the 2013 NCI Chairman’s Award by National Comfort Institute (NCI) during their 2013 Annual Conference in Austin, TX, March 17-22. Each year, this prestigious award is presented to individuals who…Read More
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Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, tasteless and poisonous gas. It is produced by the incomplete burning of solid, liquid, and gaseous fuels. In technical terms, it is produced by the incomplete oxidation of carbon in combustion. NOTE: CO is NOT the "gas" people sometimes smell in their houses. That odor is actually sulfur.…Read More