Air Duct Coating

SafeAir Duct Solutions, LLC

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Providing Quality Duct Coating and Sealing Services to the Oklahoma City Metro

Air duct coating and sealing is an excellent way to make sure that your HVAC system lasts longer. At SafeAir Duct Solutions, we provide air duct cleaning and sealing services to clients throughout the Oklahoma City metro. Our professionals have years of experience in the industry and dedicate themselves to providing clients with the highest-quality service possible.

Make Sure Your Air Ducts are Coated, Sealed, and Protected

Much of home maintenance goes into the things you can see, like appliances, walls, and windows. But when was the last time you considered how your ductwork is doing?


Air ducts are the arteries of a forced-air HVAC system and traverse the many unseen spaces of your home, such as the attic, between levels, and behind walls. If your ducts are poorly designed, installed, or insulated, or if they develop leaks or other damage, you may unknowingly experience high utility bills, poor air quality, and uncomfortable indoor temperatures well before realizing there is a problem. Moreover, uncorrected problems with your ductwork can cause them to deteriorate, requiring costly repairs or replacement. Air duct coating or sealing, however, can help restore the efficiency of your HVAC system and prolong the life of your ductwork.


SafeAir Duct Solutions has over two decades of experience helping Oklahomans get the most out of their home with air duct and dryer vent solutions like air duct coating and sealing that are designed to save you money, improve air quality, and extend system performance. Our teams of experts hold NADCA certifications and use industry-leading equipment to make sure your home stays as healthy, safe, and efficient as possible.

Call Now to Speak to an Air Duct Coating and Sealing Expert

If you’re ready to get air duct cleaning and coating service from professionals in the Oklahoma City metro, contact SafeAir Duct Solutions today. Call (405) 906-3770 to get a free estimate on our services.

The Benefits of Air Duct Coating and Sealing

A forced-air HVAC system works by distributing air through ducts that extend throughout all the rooms in your home, facilitating the air transfer that keeps everything fresh and temperature controlled. Just like everything else in your home, the air ducts experience age-related damage and normal wear and tear, as well as problems related to accumulated dust and debris. Tears, holes, and leaks in the ducts allow air produced by the HVAC to escape instead of reaching the rooms in your house, making the system work harder to keep your home at the right temperature.

While letting air out, those holes, leaks, and tears also allow pollutants like pollen and dust into your ductwork. These small particles can accumulate in the ducts, where they can be blown into your home and have a corrosive effect on your HVAC system.

Air duct coating and sealing is an easy, efficient, and cost-effective way to fix problems with your ductwork. Air duct coating is an epoxy resin that bonds to the metal in your ducts and creates a tough, air-tight, and water-resistant seal that lets your HVAC system work the way it’s supposed to. By sealing off your ductwork, air duct coating reduces strain on your system, prevents further damage and air leakage, and reduces backdraft and combustion risks from fireplaces, furnaces, and gas heater rooms.


With professional air duct coating and sealing, you can also experience improvements in:

  • Energy savings
  • Comfort and temperature control, especially in rooms that have been too hot in summer and too cold in winter
  • Air quality
  • System safety
  • System performance
  • System longevity
  • Air flow

In addition to strengthening your ductwork and preventing recurring leaks or other issues, air duct coating and sealing is also more economical and less invasive that traditional repair or replacement methods.


Signs You May Need Air Duct Coating and Sealing

An average home loses 20 to 30 percent of the air circulating through it due to leaks, holes, and poorly connected ducts, resulting in problems keeping the house comfortable and higher utility bills. Signs your home may have poorly performing ducts and could benefit from air duct coating and sealing include:

  • Stuffy rooms that never feel comfortable
  • Rooms that are difficult to cool or heat
  • High utility bills in the summer and winter
  • Ducts that are located in a garage, attic, or crawlspace
  • Flexible ducts that are tangled or kinked

Types of Air Duct Coatings

There are several types of air duct coating materials. 

Polyester coatings are applied as a powder that produces no volatile organic compounds, which can be found in other home and office coatings like paint. The powder allows for coverage even of hard-to-reach areas, and the material is affordable. However, polyester powder air duct coating requires professional installation, which means that it’s not suited for DIYers.


Bituminous sealant, which is made from rubberized asphalt, is a thicker seal more commonly used on exterior air ducts for large buildings with visible ductwork on the roof. Although bituminous coatings are UV resistant, and some can self-heal to close gaps that have been formed, bitumen is not highly flexible, which means that in areas in which the temperature fluctuates significantly or drops well below freezing, the coating can wear down.


SafeAir uses Tough Coat All Purpose HVAC Coating, which is made from latex, a flexible, full-coverage material. It can protect a variety of surfaces found in residential HVAC systems for comprehensive protection, and it is water-resistant to stand up to the humidity produced by furnaces. Its EPA-registered preservative repels mold, mildew, and fungal growth,and it should be applied by professionals to ensure an even coating.

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Air Duct Coating and Sealing: The Application Process

Coating and sealing your air ducts properly typically takes several hours, depending on the size of your home and HVAC system, and should be completed by professional air duct technicians like those at SafeAir Duct Solutions. Professionals will be better able to locate your ducts and leaks with specialized computers, and with all the right expertise and equipment, they will be able to apply your duct coating and sealing faster, more efficiently, and more effectively, so you can start enjoying improved system performance right away. 


Here’s how air duct coating and sealing works:

System Inspection. Before the coating can be applied, SafeAir technicians will examine the duct system, including the attic and crawl spaces, to determine the right product to use and identify the number and placement of ducts. They will also evaluate the system’s supply and return air balance This helps them guide their equipment properly and make sure all surfaces are covered. They will also be able to spot issues ahead of time and address them before beginning work.

Preparation. Your air ducts will be cleaned before sealing. In addition to helping ensure that the sealant properly adheres to the ducts, cleaning them is beneficial in and of itself for reducing allergens such as dust and pollen and improving the quality of your indoor air. SafeAir uses state-of-the-art self-contained Caddy Vac trucks to clean your air ducts, which extract more cubic feet per minute with superior suction power while maintaining the highest cleanliness and safety standards for your home to prevent cross-contamination. 

All of your room, ceiling, and floor registers will also be replaced with foam plugs, and the air conditioning indoor coil, fan, and furnace temporarily blocked with a foam plug to keep sealing particles from entering the equipment.

Application. Depending on the type of sealant and location or type of ducts, the coating may be sprayed on using a special nozzle, painted on, or aerosolized. SafeAir technicians will ensure that the coating remains only in the identified area(s) and will use drop cloths or other barriers to protect your belongings.


They will also:

  • Repair damaged and disconnecting ducts
  • Seal all leaks and connections
  • Seal all registers and grills tightly to the ducts
  • Insulate ducts in unconditioned area

Review. Once the application is completed, SafeAir technicians will examine your ducts, measure the seal, and evaluate air flow again to ensure that the coating has adhered properly and no air is escaping from the system. They will also conduct a combustion safety test and make sure that there is no backdrafting of gas or oil-burning appliances.


Quality Air Duct Coating from the Professionals at SafeAir Duct Solutions

Air duct coating is a simple and effective method of reducing energy bills and keeping your HVAC system in good working order. SafeAir Duct Solutions has more than 20 years of experience as one of Oklahoma City’s trusted leaders in air duct and dryer vent services, including air duct coating and sealing. With honest, transparent, and upfront pricing that’s custom quoted for every duct sealing and coating project and a team of experienced professionals, SafeAir Duct Solutions delivers the industry expertise, system performance, and exceptional customer service our fellow Oklahomans deserve.


Call today for your free, no-obligation quote and find out how air duct coating and sealing can extend the life of your HVAC system.

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