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Question DetailsAsked on 2/18/2018

Moved in to condo which has brand-new furnace but all duct-work interior is insulated w/ fiberglass, do I replace?

So I moved in to a condo a few months ago. One of the things that I liked was that it had a brand new furnace and AC. But after a few weeks, I decided to peek in to the ducts to contemplate whether an air-duct cleaning was in order (whether through what I could do or get a professional company).

Anyway, I noticed that all the ducts have some kind of insulation on the INTERIOR of them. First it looks a bit yellowish then the most central part is some kind of black/dark furry insulation. It looks to be fiberglass.

Should I save my money and plan on replacing the duct-work? It's a small 1-bedroom condo so shouldn't be that expensive and seems to be better than having ducts cleaned and risking all that insulation to get lose (AFTER the company leaves lol).


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