Units & Curbs
When a building is constructed, prior to the installation of the HVAC Rooftop Unit (RTU), the roof is cut, and a metal structure called a Roof Curb is installed.
The roof curb is designed to support the weight of the unit, and to offer a means for contractors to connect the supply & return air duct work.
Can be designed to add visual impact or it can be designed to disappear into the overhead building environment.
The ductwork shape, material, and final finish will determine which of these aesthetics will be achieved in the final product
Ductwork & Grillers
A grille is a perforated cover for an air duct (used for heating, cooling, or ventilation, or a combination thereof).
Grilles sometimes have louvers which allow the flow of air to be directed.
A register differs from a grille in that a damper is included. However, in practice, the terms "grille", "register", and "return" are often used interchangeably, and care must be taken to determine the meaning of the term used.
Exhaust fans work by sucking hot or humid air out of a small, localized area, allowing fresh air to enter from elsewhere (perhaps a doorway or vent) in order to replace it.
The warm air that's drawn out using an exhaust fan is then pulled through a ducting system and expelled outside
WHO WE ARE
Professional Duct Installers is a Texas-based family-owned business registered as Limited Liability Company that installs heating or HVAC ductwork in schools mainly, but not limited for commercial and residential facilities as well in Dallas-Fort Worth area with the highest quality systems the industry has to offer.
We perform each installation with expertise, efficiency, and professionalism to make our customers experience maximum comfort in any season or weather of the year.