Services

Air Duct Services

313 Air Duct by Jouny has been providing homes with better air in the Lower Southeast Michigan for over 25 years.

You might think that your dryer’s lint trap is enough to protect your home from lint that accumulates while doing laundry, but did you know that lint also builds up in the dryer vent of your home? This build-up can lead to serious problems, including house fires.

Is your HVAC system working up to its full capacity? Many homes lose their efficiency at the ducts. AeroSeal is the solution by inspecting, sealing and testing your home’s duct system to ensure money savings and maximum comfort.

While a filter is fantastic at the source of the forced air for catching some of the pollutants, as the filter becomes dirty, much of the dust and debris finds its way into the duct work to settle in corners and low air flow spots.

Let our team of IICRC certified technicians show you how we use state of the art technology to rid your business of damaging air pollutants and maximize efficiency for your staff. With our powerful machinery we can have your air fresher and cleaner in no time, with minimal intrusion and maximum satisfaction.

Jouny Carpet Floor Care

Weather you have carpet, wood, tile, or rug flooring surfaces in your home, Jouny Carpet provides industry leading, cleaning methods to handle all flooring and upholstery needs.

Jouny Insualtion

Improving and building a comfortable home begins with the most efficient and industry leading materials. Jouny can provide the industry leading materials and equipment for new constructions and home improvement.

Make a Tough Job Easy With Our Help If your home has old blown insulation in the attic, removal to install new higher efficiency insulation can be a tedious chore. Jouny Insulation can provide fast removal of your old blown insulation and even install improved insulation materials to improve your home heating and cooling efficiency. … Continue reading Insulation Removal

Spray foam insulation is an insulating material and air barrier that seals open walls, attics, crawl spaces, rim joists, and basements against air movement. This also includes areas around electrical outlets and light fixtures, and where the walls meet the windows and doors.

Cellulose insulation can be used in both existing homes and new construction. It can be blown into attic cavities as loose-fill, dense-packed into walls and floors, or wet sprayed for new construction. It helps increase heat retention and has the potential to dampen noise levels.