Yellow warning symbols indicate where there are issues with your ductwork drawing. If the warning symbol is in the center of a section, that section has a problem. If it’s located at a joint or connection, it indicates something wrong with the connection point.
Here are some of the common reasons why you'd receive a warning symbol in DuctQuote — and tips on how to fix them.
1. Use Only One Type of Ducting
You can design ductwork systems in DuctQuote using either US Duct (Clamp Together Duct) or US Tubing (our airtight, quick-connect product). If your layout contains both, you’ll receive the yellow warning symbol.
2. Remove Any Extra Pieces of Ductwork
Sometimes, extra pieces of ductwork get drawn in DuctQuote and nest within another piece. You may need to use the box selection tool to look at the details in the drawing.
3. Connections Are Drawn at an Odd Angle
DuctQuote is designed for ductwork systems that use standard parts. There may be instances where the part you’re using does not seem to match the centerline drawn. You’ll want to check the angles of the connection and adjust the design to use standard angles (30°, 45°, 60°, or 90°).
4. DuctQuote Includes a Nonstandard Part in the Bill of Materials
When processing a layout’s bill of materials (BOM), DuctQuote may recommend a nonstandard part, like a worm clamp.
When you get an error saying DuctQuote can’t find a part, that just means it’s not a standard part in our list — that doesn’t mean that we can’t make or get it for you. Feel free to reach out to your DuctGuy to have them:
- Get a quote for the part you need
- Discuss a workaround or better solution
Warning: DuctQuote Will Make Ductwork Design Easy
These DuctQuote warnings help ensure that the layout you design is accurate and the proposals you submit are complete. From designing systems to putting together a bill of matierlas, DuctQuote is a tool that can help you close the deal. If you run into a warning that you can't seem to resolve, reach out to your Duct Guy for help.