Oklahoma City Ductwork Replacment

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Drabek & Hill Air Conditioning & Heating Inc.
Recent Review: They did a great job.  They came in and removed my old heat and air system and moved the furnace into the attic and ran all new ductwork and installed new registers in the ceiling.  They moved the air conditioner from the back yard and installed a new one on the side of the house.  They removed the water heater and installed a new tankless waterheater and repiped everything back in.  The job was very professionally done and I am very happy with the results.
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Enviroduct LLC
Recent Review: The ductwork in my two-story  home is in sand under the slab. While the ductwork is indestructible, the galvanized steel connectors are not. After 45 years, they have become rusty and have a few spots that allow sand to enter my system. A common solution is to discontinue the use of the the floor ducts and install ductwork in the ceiling. This is relatively simple in a one-story home, but can be problematic in a two story.   Years ago, I watched a commercial plumbing company eliminate leaks in a city's underground pipe leaks by sending in a video camera and installing liners without digging. I searched for a similar solution for my home, found Enviroduct, and am satsified with the result.   Tip: Communicate with Vince via texting. He doesn't take calls while he's working and it is difficult for him to answer all his messages after hours.

Reviews in Oklahoma City to Replace Ductwork

ADrabek & Hill Air Conditioning & Heating Inc.
They did a great job.  They came in and removed my old heat and air system and moved the furnace into the attic and ran all new ductwork and installed new registers in the ceiling.  They moved the air conditioner from the back yard and installed a new one on the side of the house.  They removed the water heater and installed a new tankless waterheater and repiped everything back in.  The job was very professionally done and I am very happy with the results.
- Michael L....
BEnviroduct LLC
The ductwork in my two-story  home is in sand under the slab. While the ductwork is indestructible, the galvanized steel connectors are not. After 45 years, they have become rusty and have a few spots that allow sand to enter my system. A common solution is to discontinue the use of the the floor ducts and install ductwork in the ceiling. This is relatively simple in a one-story home, but can be problematic in a two story.   Years ago, I watched a commercial plumbing company eliminate leaks in a city's underground pipe leaks by sending in a video camera and installing liners without digging. I searched for a similar solution for my home, found Enviroduct, and am satsified with the result.   Tip: Communicate with Vince via texting. He doesn't take calls while he's working and it is difficult for him to answer all his messages after hours.
- Ron P....