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The air duct didn’t line up straight

I purchased a house that had giant, vaulted ceilings, and it had wooden beams and in between them a popcorn ceiling.

  • I hated that look.

I ended up getting a super tall ladder, pole and scrapper. I scraped all the popcorn, mudded and sanded. I then painted it colorless in between the wood beams. I look so much better… You honestly get to think a house when you are way up in the air. I found some water damage in the skylight and that the beams needed another coat of varnish. I also noticed that the vent opening to the room wasn’t right; Whoever chop for the vet didn’t do it straight! Only half of the air duct was exposed in the opening; That meant that only a portion of the AC was getting out of that room, combine that method with such tall ceilings, it made sense why that room was so hot. I figured I could just chop the hole larger, but I decided to call for air duct services. The guy was honestly nice and friendly! He was appalled at how he set up the air duct. He opened up the hole for the vent opening to make sure everything was straight. He also took a peek inside the ducts to see if air duct sealing or cleaning was needed. He did a quick scrub and the place was fine as new, then my vaulted ceiling room was finally super cold with the full amount of AC coming in. I prefer knowing that the air duct is all scrub and airslender as well. I am honestly blissful that I call for air duct services rather than do it on my own.

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