HVAC Ductwork Installation & Repair in Southeastern, WI

Custom Ductwork Fabricated to Your Exact Specifications

Whether you require a new ductwork system installation for new construction or need to upgrade your existing system, we pride ourselves on delivering tailored solutions that exceed industry standards. Southport's ductwork installers possess in-depth knowledge and expertise in handling complex ductwork installations, ensuring optimal airflow and temperature regulation throughout your commercial space. Contact us for a project bid or to get service.


HVAC Ductwork Installation

Southport Engineering Systems offers complete HVAC ductwork installation for your commercial project. Whether you need ductwork for a new build or are looking to remodel your current HVAC system with new ductwork, we can help. By integrating comprehensive software programs and streamlined procedures, Southport harnesses the power of cost control estimating, BIM, and 3D drafting, along with efficient ductwork prefabrication and installation.


Ductwork Installation Costs

Several factors influence commercial ductwork installation costs, including the ductwork system's complexity, ductwork material, labor costs, the size and quantity of required ductwork, insulation requirements, and any needed accessories and components. Southport's prices on ductwork installs are competitive with local competition, exceeded by our superior customer service and project management throughout the build.

Wisconsin's Ductwork Repair Specialists

Whether you're experiencing issues like air leaks, poor airflow, or damaged ducts, Southport has the expertise to diagnose and fix the problem. Our technicians are trained to identify and address various commercial ductwork issues, ensuring that your system operates at its best.


Common Ductwork Repairs

Duct Leaks: Air leaks in the ductwork can lead to energy wastage, reduced system efficiency, and uneven airflow. Repairing duct leaks involves identifying the source of the leaks and sealing them using appropriate materials such as mastic or metal tape.

Damaged Duct Sections: Over time, duct sections can become damaged due to wear and tear, improper installation, or external factors. Common issues include cracks, holes, or disconnected joints. Repairing damaged duct sections involves replacing or repairing the affected portions to restore proper airflow.

Insulation Issues: Damaged or insufficient insulation leads to heat gain or loss within the ductwork, affecting the efficiency of the HVAC system. Repairing insulation issues involves replacing damaged insulation or adding insulation where it is inadequate.

Obstructions and Blockages: Ductwork can become clogged or obstructed by debris, dust, or even pests. These obstructions restrict airflow and can lead to poor indoor air quality. Repairing obstructions involves removing the blockages and thoroughly cleaning the ducts.

Improper Duct Sizing: Incorrectly sized ductwork can result in inadequate airflow or excessive pressure within the system. This can cause discomfort, reduced energy efficiency, and potential damage to the HVAC components. Repairing improper duct sizing may involve resizing or reconfiguring the ductwork to ensure proper airflow.


How Hard is it to Replace Ductwork?

Commercial ductwork replacement may be necessary due to age, deterioration, inadequate performance, system upgrades or renovations, or indoor air quality concerns. The difficulty depends on the size of the commercial space, the accessibility of the ductwork, and the complexity of the system's layout.

Commercial HVAC System Fabrication

The commercial HVAC contractors at Southport Engineered Systems design, build and install turnkey HVAC systems for commercial properties in Southeastern, Wisconsin. Our engineers prefabricate custom ductwork and other components to reduce time to occupancy on all construction projects. Southport's commercial HVAC contractors offer licensed repair of all makes and models, including:

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