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Aeroseal® Duct Sealing

AEROSEAL® Benefits

Indoor Air Quality

Reduce dust and allergens for cleaner, healthier air

Home Comfort

Eliminate hot/cold spots. Create more even temperatures

Energy Savings

Improve energy efficiency and airflow with up to 30% savings

System Performance

Optimize performance and prolong the life of your system.

Why Duct Leaks Matter

Your home leaks air

According to the Department of Energy, homes typically experience air leakage rates of 25-40%, leading to inefficient air distribution throughout the house. And that’s true even for newer systems. That’s why your bedroom feels like a freezer, your coffee table gathers dust quickly, and your energy expenses are sky-high. As a result, you face inflated utility costs and challenges in maintaining a comfortable indoor climate, regardless of thermostat adjustments.

Your electric bill is too high
Sealing your home’s ductwork can significantly reduce your heating and cooling expenses. Remarkably, about 30% of every dollar allocated to heat or cool homes fails to effectively reach living areas due to leakage. Addressing this issue by sealing the ducts can lead to savings that far surpass those achieved through other home improvement measures like window upgrades. In fact, it ranks as the top action homeowners can take to cut costs on their heating and cooling bills. The financial benefits of duct sealing eclipse those from adding insulation, installing programmable thermostats, updating windows, or even upgrading HVAC or other home systems.

Hot and cold rooms can make you sick

In North America, it’s estimated that more than 90% of buildings suffer from air duct systems riddled with minor holes and fissures. These imperfections can cause uneven heating and cooling in various rooms. Opting for a solution like Aeroseal® to seal these ducts can effectively address this issue, ensuring uniform temperature throughout the premises.

AEROSEAL for

INDOOR AIR QUALITY

Tired Of Fighting A

NEVER ENDING BATTLE

With Dust?

An unsealed air return system can make for a dusty home!

LEAKY RETURN DUCTS CREATE A DUSTY HOME

Pollutants from unconditioned spaces get sucked into your ducts leaving you with lots of dust and poor air quality.

Sealing air return ducts is important to you and your family’s health and well-being. The American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology estimates that 50% of all illnesses are caused by poor indoor air quality (IAQ). The EPA lists indoor pollution as one of the top five environmental risks to public health, causing 8.5 million deaths each year.

Leaky return ducts will result in having:

– Dusty home and more frequent filter changes
– Poor and unhealthy indoor air quality
– Uncontrollable humidity problems
– Possible mold growth inside of your ducts from moisture
– Increased energy consumption

 

WHAT ARE RETURN VENTS AND WHERE ARE THEY LOCATED?

Return vents (also referred to as cool air return vents) pull the air from your rooms into your return ducts and send it back to your heating and cooling system. Return vents are usually larger than supply vents, and you will not feel air being blown out of them. Ductwork for returns is typically found in unconditioned spaces of your home, such as attics, inside walls or under floors, and even crawlspaces and basements. These spaces are often unreachable for contractors to fix or seal after the home is built without the need to demo and renovate.

Blocks Dust & Allergens To Create a Cleaner Environment

Sealed air returns stop gross dust, dirt, allergens, and other air pollutants from being introduced into your system and then blasted all over your house.

Provides Healthier Airflow Throughout Your Home

In addition to greater airflow coming out of your vents, sealing your ducts blocks out all the filthy dust, dirt, and allergens, providing the fresh air that you expect and putting your mindat ease.

Control Humidity Issues and Avoid Mold Growth

Sealing your air returns will block humid and unconditioned air from entering the system and eliminate the threat of mold growth insideyour ducts.

WHY IT’S IMPORTANT TO SEAL AIR RETURN DUCTS

Most people assume that furnace filters are enough to collect the average amount of dust being circulated inside their home, but a leaky return will cause you to replace filters at a faster rate and if left in too long can put strain on your system. An unsealed air return duct system not only sucks in dirt, dust, allergens, smelly odors, and other pollutants from attics, crawlspaces, and interior walls, but it also brings in humidity from those very same spaces. The introduction of humidity into the ductwork causes comfort issues, and can also lead to mold growth. Sealing your return ducts eliminates the threat of moisture and mold as well as block out all those pollutants from being introduced into your home and being recycled over and over again every day.

TAKE CONTROL OF DUST WITH AEROSEAL

Sealing your ductwork with Aeroseal increases your home’s indoor air quality, helping to eliminate dust, allergens, and odors coming inside from unconditioned spaces.

90%

of your time is
spent indoors

2-5X

Quality of indoor air can be
more polluted than outside

TOP 5

The EPA states that IAQ is a
Top 5 Health Risk

1 IN 12

The number of people with
asthma continues to grow

AEROSEAL for

HOME COMFORT

Your Home Should Be A

SAFE HAVEN

You deserve to be comfortable and cozy in your own home with friends and family.

HIDDEN LEAKS IN YOUR AIR VENT AND DUCT SYSTEM ROB YOU OF COMFORT

Instantly fix your home with Aeroseal.

Aeroseal improves comfort in your home immediately, removing “dead zones”, and evening out temperatures in EVERY room and balancing air flow and humidity, so you can truly get the most out of your furnace, air conditioner and any smart thermostat and climate control technology.

Sealing your leaky ducts will result in:

– Greater humidity control
– Improved air flow
– Even temperatures
– Comfort in every room

Even Temperatures Throughout the House

Aeroseal allows the HVAC systems to properly heat and cool homes by delivering conditioned air where it is wanted, providing consistently even temperatures in every room of your home.

You’ll Feel The Difference Immediately

Sealing your ducts dramatically increases the amount of airflow coming out of your vents, ensuring maximum conditioned air from your system as it should be.

Get A Great Night’s Sleep

Another benefit of Aeroseal is by sealing your ducts you eliminate those stuffy upstairs rooms that are so uncomfortable in the warmer months because the conditioned air isn’t reaching them.

 

As a certified Aeroseal® dealer, we provide expert duct sealing services using the most advanced technology in the business. Let us transform your home with pure indoor air that helps you save money and protect the planet, too.

 

AEROSEAL for

ENERGY SAVINGS

Spend Less. SAVE MORE

Did you know you could be wasting up to 40% of your home’s energy?

CRINGE EVERY TIME YOU SEE YOUR ENERGY BILL? 

With Aeroseal, you can put that hard-earned money back in your pocket. 

The U.S. Department of Energy reports the typical home may lose from 25 to 40% of its conditioned air due to leaky ducts. As a result, your furnace or AC unit works harder and longer, consumes much more energy, and wears out sooner. 

For you, this means sky-high utility bills and a shortened system life. The good news is, our simple and easy solution can save you money by saving you energy. 

Sealing your leaky ducts will result in:

– Reduced energy consumption
– Lower energy bills
– Increased system performance
– Longer system life

Save Up To 30% On Energy Bills

This is a huge deal! A benefit you can truly see and feel in your wallet. You can realize an annual savings of up to $850 per year on your heating and cooling bills. 

Increase Your HVAC Efficiency

Sealing your ducts allows the maximum amount of air to be delivered to the rooms throughout your home as it should. This allows the home to reach your desired temperature much faster, making it much more efficient. 

Get A Better Performing System

Aerosealing your ducts will help get the most out of your system which equals more air from your vents providing greater home comfort and a longer system life. 

90%

of your time is
spent indoors

25-40%

of conditioned
air is excaping

8º-10º

avg. difference in temps between floors

UP TO 95%

Duct leakage reduction
eachieved with Aeroseal

AEROSEAL for

SYSTEM PERFORMANCE

Leaky Ducts Lead To

DECREASED SYSTEM PERFORMANCE

And poor system performance leads to higher energy bills.

GET THE EFFICIENCY YOU PAID FOR

Sealing your ducts is the best way to achieve maximum efficiency from your equipment.

Sealing and insulating your ducts increases system efficiency, lowers your energy bills, and can often pay for itself in energy savings. Plus, if you’re planning to install new heating and cooling equipment, a well-designed and sealed duct system may allow you to downsize to a smaller, less costly heating and cooling system that will provide better dehumidification.

25-40% ENERGY LOSS

“Typical duct systems lose 25-40 percent of the heating and cooling energy put out by the central furnace, heat pump or air conditioner.Duct repairs could be the most important energy improvement measure you can do.”

U.S. Department of Energy Consumer Report

“For an average home, leaky ducts can waste hundreds of dollars each year.Duct leakage also lowers the heating and cooling capacity, and can lessen equipment life.”

Southface Energy Institute

THINKING ABOUT BUYING A NEW A/C OR HEATING SYSTEM?

Don’t let your old ducts keep you from getting the high performance you are paying for! 

An investment in a new high efficiency heating and cooling system should save significantly on your utility bills. However, you won’t save much if your existing ductwork is in bad shape.

Plus, if you’re planning to install new heating and cooling equipment, a well-designed and sealed duct system may allow you to downsize to a smaller, less costly heating and cooling system that will provide better dehumidification.

Here’s a short checklist of steps to take when looking into replacing your equipment:

√ Slow down and do your research

√ Find a contractor who can follow best industry practices when selecting a new system

√ Get a comprehensive home & duct performance assessment

√ Have test ran to measure air duct leakage, airflow and static pressure

BIGGER IS NOT ALWAYS BETTER

Does your current system seem to run non-stop, or do you have rooms that are too hot or too cold? If you were unhappy with your old unit, don’t just assume you need bigger equipment. The real cause may be a bad duct system. It’s rare to find a unit that actually is undersized. More often, the real problem is a weak duct system, air leaks, missing insulation, or inadequate maintenance.

Buying new high efficiency heating and cooling equipment, and then hooking it up to the typical inefficient duct system, is like buying a super-fuel efficient hybrid car and then driving it with a leak in the gas tank.

An Oversized Heating & Cooling System Leads To:

Higher Utility Bills
More Breakdowns & Repair Bills
Uneven Temperatures
Uncomfortable Summertime Humidity
Increased Noise
Greater Duct Leakage
Increased Mold, Dust Mites and Allergies

47%

of your time is
spent indoors

$0.30

Per $1 spent on heating &
cooling escape

 UP TO 95%

Duct leakage reduction
achieved with Aeroseal

20-30%

Typical savings seen on
energy after sealing

Breathe Smart!

Call or text now for
a free consultation

Aeroseal® 3-Step Process

1

Prep & Test

Prepare System and Blocking
Connect Aeroseal System to Ductwork
Pretest Ductwork

2

Seal & Measure

Leaky Ducts Are Found
Sealant Seals the Ductwork
Monitor Process

3

Feel the Difference

Certificate of Completion
Instant Results

Seal in healthy air today with Aeroseal!

Breathe Smart!

 

Call or text now
to schedule your
free consultation