I am on an outstandingly slim budget that makes me keep a detailed watch on my weekly expenses. When my utility bills continuously increased, I began to be more conservative with my thermostat settings. Despite fluctuating outside temperatures, I barely operated the gas furnace. Instead, I bundled up in layers of sweaters and long underwear. My beach house was arctic cold, yet my heating bill was still far too expensive for my liking. Although I hated to spend the cash on professional service, I knew there had to be something wrong with the furnace. When the furnace was checked, there was only a small amount of buildup found. Every components seemed to be working respectfully. When the integrity of the HVAC was inspected, a multitude of punctures were discovered. The heated air from the furnace was escaping from those punctures. In order to keep up with demand, the heating system had to work harder and run much longer. I was losing money and energy to keep unused areas warm, while the rest of the beach house was deathly cold. I was not glad about hiring someone to seal the duct system. I thought this process would be dirty, leave me broke, as well as overly extensive and this was my only option. The supplier first covered all of the vents, then sprayed pressurized air into the duct system. The air contained adhesive components, those particles left through leaks in the system holes, they gathered along the edges. This process managed to completely seal the holes from the inside, without causing any injure or disruption to my home. The whole task took a little over an hour, and enhanced the performance of my heating system. I can now keep a sufficient temperature in my home without paying a fortune in utility bills.