Commercial HVAC Duct Leakage - Image Courtesy of Fluke Corp. 2010

Commercial HVAC Duct Leakage - Image Courtesy of Fluke Corp. 2010

The title says it all on this one, but it does not say precisely how much wasted energy was used because the conditioned air did not get to it's intended location. The building engineer said that they had no specific intentions to cool and heat the basement in such a fashion. Needless to say, this same kind of thing can happen in a residential setting... and does all of the time.

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