Smart Air is One of the Only Contractors Offering... Sheet Metal Ducting No VOC Products No Carcinogens IAQ Testing

Living in a comfortable home is so much more than having your temperature under control. It is important for you to know about the quality of the air in your home and how it could be affecting your  day to day life. You will learn that mold is not the only reason your indoor air quality could be at risk. There are many common problems in residential homes that can affect indoor air quality. Examples of these problems include but are not limited to: formaldehyde from new cabinets, furniture, flooring, etc, asbestos, sewer gas leaks, bacteria & black water damage, general contaminants such as sealant odors and other construction related issues from your space or even a neighbors’ space, pesticide residue and odors, unknown odors, fire damage, radon, Clandestine Methamphetamine contamination, and silica dust and nuisance dusts. Do not let these problems become uncontrollable. Smart Air Service Co. provides quick 30 minute indoor air quality testing for your home.

Limited Time Offer: Free Indoor Air Quality Assessments!

This includes a 30 minute Air Advice IAQ report which measures dust/particles, chemical pollutants, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, temperature and relative humidity. Fill out our Service Request form to be contacted for an indoor air quality assessment!

Pros & Cons

Sheet Metal VS Fiberglass Duct Board

Sheet Metal

  • No fiberglass particulate introduced into the air stream

  • Does not harbor microbial or particulate growth

  • Can be cleaned

  • Can get wet if necessary

  • Extremely durable & can be re-used multiple times without compromising the structural integrity

  • Secured to the equipment with metal screws - not tape

  • More upfront cost than duct board

Fiberglass Duct Board

  • Easy and quick to install

  • Minimal skill & equipment required to manufacture & install

  • Much less durable than sheet metal

  • Difficult to clean - cannot get wet

  • Typically re-used when equipment is replaced which reduces the fiberglass duct boards structural integrity

  • Harbors more particulate than sheet metal

  • Fiberglass introduced into the air

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