Do I need a return air duct for my furnace?

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Without a return air duct, the air would not properly circulate and your energy costs would rise. Return air ducts usually use ceiling joist spaces as the actual “duct,” which then runs back toward the furnace. These joist spaces empty into an actual duct that runs perpendicular to how the joists run,…

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