Developing a house from scratch is a weird process. There are so many things to choose from and so many choices when making a house into a real home. From pouring the foundation to adding the wood that realistically designs the house, it is one of the few steps to visually see a house piecing together. Once the house is up with walls, entryways, windows as well as floors, it becomes more fun for me personally. I like to pick out the paint options, appliances and also new decorations. I will let the blue collar guys do the electrical as well as the HVAC work. The electrician came recently to complete the electrical wiring. That is all done now there’s electricity in our new property. The HVAC technician came to my house today to discuss heating in addition to cooling options for us. He brought up ductwork as well as showed me pictures of other homes with unique variations of ductwork. I didn’t realize that there were a ton of materials that were utilized to supply and return warm and cold air. Some materials that I found were ducts that were made from wood and wallboard inner surfaces that lead to very little leakage. Another product was flexible non-metallic ducts. These ducts are flexible and therefore are usually used in attics or possibly other tight places. One of the options we were interested in was the ductwork created from sheet metal that is constructed from galvanized steel. This type of ductwork will often leak where sections can be sealed together. The other option we saw was fiberglass duct board which is often used to carry air to tinier ducts.