Air duct installation is the process of installing a new system of air ducts in a building. This may be necessary for new construction or for older buildings that have outdated or damaged air ducts. The installation process involves designing and laying out the ductwork, cutting and fitting the ducts, and connecting them to the HVAC system.

There are several factors that go into designing an air duct system, including the size and layout of the building, the number of rooms, and the type of HVAC system being used. The ducts must be properly sized to ensure optimal airflow and energy efficiency. The ducts are typically made of sheet metal, but can also be made of fiberglass or flexible materials.

During the installation process, the ducts are cut to the correct size and fitted together. They are then connected to the HVAC system, typically at the air handler or furnace. The ducts are sealed with mastic or metal tape to prevent air leaks and ensure proper airflow.

Once the installation is complete, the system is tested for proper airflow and leaks. The ducts are also insulated to prevent heat loss in the winter and to keep the air cool in the summer.

It’s important to choose a qualified and experienced contractor for air duct installation. Properly installed air ducts can improve indoor air quality, increase energy efficiency, and prolong the life of your HVAC system.