Trenchless Innovations provides air duct & sewer repair services that save property from significant digging or full duct replacement. We serve both residential and commercial clients of Woodridge, IL and the surrounding areas.
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Denise - Woodridge, IL
I called around to several HVAC companies and none of them could help with ductwork on a slab foundation...Until a miracle happened surfing the web I found Trenchless Innovations! First time they came and took video footage of the ducts and worked up a game plan. I needed areas where they would spin mortar to build up the integrity of the failing ducts and then 2 coatings of a latex sealant. Awesome experience and a job well done!!!
Response from Trenchless Innovations Inc.:
Thank you for your review, Denise! We are so happy you're happy with the results of your air duct lining. You will be enjoying cleaner and healthier air for years to come, we promise! It was a pleasure working with you and we appreciate you choosing us for your duct restoration. Thanks again!
Encapsulated all underground duct work with our duct lining material. The air ducts are completely sealed and the air in the home is environmentally safe for the customer to breathe.
Video inspection of under slab air ducts showed metal ducts were extremely rusted and deteriorated. Trenchless Innovations applied a spin cast mortar to the inside of the ducts to restore the structure and then spray lined the new ducts with Duct Armor duct lining material.
Video inspection of underground air ducts. Metal is extremely rusted. Suggest Trenchless Casting to restore structure then spray line system with Duct Armor.
Televised some underground duct work in a slab house, found there was a dip/trap in the air duct pipe underground that was filling with ground water restricting air flow. Recommend installing sump pump to lower water table and extending down spouts farther out away from the house.