Duct Armor® is the best and only long term restoration solution for deteriorating commercial duct work in-ground or overhead. For all types of ducts – concrete, sheet metal, fiberglass, galvanized metal, cardboard sonotube and other duct surfaces, this product adheres well and solves many problems.

For example, as older duct work deteriorates fine particles of fiberglass lining are disbursed throughout the air system and office space. These particles cause breathing problems and leave a residue in the workplace. By coating the inside of the ductwork, the existing physical structure of the system is maintained and the particles are encapsulated. In all types of duct work, particles not removed during the cleaning process are encapsulated in the same way. 

Systems where moisture has intruded and caused mold can be restored once the source of the moisture has been addressed then the system is coated rather than only cleaning a system that will culture mold again. Because of the high zinc content of Duct Armor®, mold, mildew and fungus growth is inhibited. Additionally, coated ducts don’t leak cooled or heated air into dead space thereby reducing utility costs!

With Duct Armor®, removal of entire walls and ceilings is not required. The duct work is accessed through existing ceiling vents and plenums so there is less remodeling cost involved.  

Duct Armor® has been used successfully across the country in commercial buildings, schools, military bases, and government offices. Call today and let us help you find a solution that works for you.

If the air ducts in your office building are old and lined with fiberglass or asbestos you may have a big problem. over time these ducts begin to deteriorate, releasing fine particles of fiberglass and asbestos into the air you are breathing. this could be a serious health issue for your employees and cost your company thousands in lost revenue due to employee sick days.

If the air ducts in your office building are old and lined with fiberglass or asbestos you may have a big problem. over time these ducts begin to deteriorate, releasing fine particles of fiberglass and asbestos into the air you are breathing. this could be a serious health issue for your employees and cost your company thousands in lost revenue due to employee sick days.

Duct Armor can be used to successfully and easily restore university buildings and dorms without major demolition. Duct armor encapsulates asbestos, eliminates mold, and prevents future mold growth.

Duct Armor can be used to successfully and easily restore university buildings and dorms without major demolition. Duct armor encapsulates asbestos, eliminates mold, and prevents future mold growth.

Click on the links below to see the independent lab test results that were preformed on the the patented Duct Armor product.