Excellent Indoor Air Quality
You deserve a comfortable place to rest in a healthy environment away from the airborne toxins encountered throughout your busy day. Breathing well is something we tend to take for granted, until we get into trouble. The more contaminated the air we breathe is, the more quickly we succumb to allergies and illnesses. Even a subtle amount of indoor pollutants can raise our stress levels and inhibit good health. Aeroseal duct sealant can be a critical component in improving your home of office air quality.
Most people assume that standard air 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 HVAC 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 air quality issues and can also lead to mold growth. Sealing your air 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 again every day. It is important to seal air ducts to get the best air quality you can from your home HVAC system.
Even before Covid-19, public awareness of the connection between IAQ (Indoor Air Quality), health, and productivity is on the rise and parents, homeowners, and office workers alike are demanding attention be paid to this critical issue.
The new technology, known as Aeroseal, operates from the inside of the air ducts to seal from the inside. Computerized equipment used in the sealing process is connected to the air works through a long flexible pipe extending from the equipment to the ducts. Unlike manual sealing methods that require re-examination every time sealing occurs, but the Aeroseal air-liquid process provides “live” regular feedback on the results during the procedure. For decades, issues related to poor indoor air quality in the construction of air ducts have not been addressed. Aeroseal duct sealing technology can help change this and at the same time improve IAQ
Save money by lowering utility bills.
Did you know you could be wasting as much as 40% of your home’s energy bill? With Aeroseal, you can put that hard-earned money back in your pocket.
Sealing and insulating your ducts increases system efficiency, lowers your energy bills, and can often pay for itself in energy savings. Plus, if you are 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.
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 reducing energy consumption, increasing your HVAC system’s performance, and leading to your AC lasting much, much longer.
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. Aerosealing your ducts will help get the most out of your HVAC system.
Hidden leaks in your duct system rob you of comfort.
Aeroseal duct sealing 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. 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 will 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.
Leaky return ducts create a dusty home
Sealing your ductwork increases your home’s indoor air quality, helping to eliminate dust, allergens, and odors coming inside from unconditioned spaces. Sealed air returns stop dust, dirt, allergens, and other air pollutants from being sucked into your system and then blasted all over your house.
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. The EPA lists indoor pollution as one of the top five environmental risks to public health, causing 8.5 million deaths each year.