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Question DetailsAsked on 7/26/2017

how much does it cost to replace duct work for 1475 2 story house

3 returns, 5 vents down stairs, 5 vents upstairs

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Answered 1 year ago by Member Services

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Here are some links to previous similar questions with answers which should help.


You did not say WHY you want to replace them - unless proven undersized AND a larger blower motor cannot solve that, or deteriorating plastic duct, it may be a spray liner/sealer job might handle the issue if leakage is the problem, or perhaps a zone control valve if balance between different zones is the issue.


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Heating and A/C is of course the Search the List category to find well-rated and reviewed vendors to bid this job.


And unless all was working well and you are just replacing because of serious deterioration, be sure they run the ACCA Manual S calculations (which determine duct sizing and register/return needs) to be sure you are putting in proper ducting sizes and branching and control dampers and such.


Note you also did not say anything about ANY returns upstairs - that would make for a badly misbalanced system, and a badly malfunctional one if the upstairs and downastairs are separate zones.

Answered 1 year ago by LCD




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