Anthony Navarro

By: Anthony Navarro on March 12th, 2024

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Can I Use My Existing Ductwork for a New HVAC Installation? (Video)


Is inefficient airflow or bad indoor quality starting to affect your heating and cooling system’s ability to bring comfort to your home? These are just some of the signs that it may be time for a ductwork replacement. 

Even if you upgrade your home's heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), there's a possibility that it may not efficiently heat or cool your home because of the condition of the ductwork. At Monkey Wrench, we've repaired units that had issues because of dirty or damaged ductwork. To prevent that from happening, we've compiled a list of factors to determine when you can keep or replace your existing ductwork for a new HVAC installation. 

To get a better idea of some of the other signs, watch the video below to gain some insight into some obvious indicators it’s time to replace the ductwork in your home.



Now that you've seen the video and learned about what factors come into play when deciding to keep or replace ductwork, you can stay in the loop when having ductwork discussions with technicians. The information in the video and in the article version can help you decide which repair or replacement options are best for your home's heating and cooling needs. 

Since 2007, we've advised homeowners on the signs of bad and good ductwork so that they can prepare for repairs or full replacements when necessary. Ductworks can hide a lot of dust but at Monkey Wrench, we don't believe in keeping helpful information hidden from homeowners. 

If you’re interested in a ductwork inspection, contact us using one of the buttons below. You can also book an appointment with a certified HVAC technician through our HVAC online scheduler.

If you’re considering a new HVAC installation, consider learning how to make your new system more efficient. These tips may help you save money in the long-term.