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Heating & cooling problems?


The ductwork in your house is what delivers air from the HVAC system to the inside of your home. When the duct is compromised, the system can’t deliver the correct amount of air, and your comfort suffers.

Breaks, tears, or cracks in ductwork can cause air from the HVAC unit to leak. If a duct is crushed, bent, or knocked out of place, this can lead to insufficient airflow as well. Compromised ductwork can be tested and repaired relatively inexpensively by your trusted HVAC professional

Our certified technicians can measure the airtightness of any HVAC ductwork to ensure that there are no leaks and the maximum amount of energy is being conserved. Aside from that, duct leakage testing ensures that all ducts have been installed and sealed suitably, improving indoor comfort. Our certified specialists will identify shortages in your building’s duct system, provide you documented certified test results, and recommend you the most cost-effective solutions.


  • Reduces the risk of moisture problems, mold, and rot

  • Can lead to huge savings in heating/cooling expenses

  • Reduces the time it takes a building to cool down or warm up

  • Improve air quality by limiting dust, pesticides, moisture, and pollutants from entering a building

  • Reducing noise, warranting a quieter and more pleasant workspace

  • If not attended to, studies indicate that leakages account for up to 25% of total energy loss! Call us to get your ducts tested today to ensure you have a comfortable air space, while enjoying the luxury of optimum energy savings!


An uncomfortable home may be a sign of an airflow issue or HVAC problem. But, many of these problems can easily be solved. We understand how important it is to not only fix these issues before they cause a larger problem but to make sure you have the resources necessary to know when to address them yourself or call a contractor for help. If you continue to have problems with your HVAC system, reach out to a professional HVAC contractor or give us a call today,

360 Duct Testing only works with the most qualified HVAC contractors in the area, we will make the best recomendation for you!


The refrigerant is the main component in your HVAC system that’s responsible for cooling your home. If you can notice reduced airflow and feel like the air isn’t as cool as it used to be, there might be a leak in your refrigerant circuit. In such cases, it’s critical to have a professional technician fix the leak as soon as possible because breathing the refrigerant gases is very harmful. Also, keep in mind that adding more refrigerant will only temporarily fix your cooling problem.

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