Aeroseal is a duct sealing technology that improves the efficiency of cooling and heating equipment. It’s made up of polymers, long molecules that bind together, and seals up leaks, holes or misalignments in your ductwork
Expected life of at least 40 years.
Safe and non-toxic. Aeroseal leaves no lingering odor and is composed of a water-based solution and UL-tested sealing material that has been used in water-based paints, hair spray, and chewing gum. Because of its track record, OSHA has no exposure limit for this vinyl acetate polymer (VAP).
Allergy and health benefits. The EPA considers indoor air pollution to be a major health risk. When ductwork has gaps and cracks, dust, contaminants, and chemical pollutants can enter your ventilation system and recirculate in your home. Duct sealing reduces symptoms for occupants suffering from allergies, asthma, and upper respiratory problems.
Decreasing your energy consumption with duct sealing is a great way to go green, and it can also make an impact on your household budget. Naturally, using less energy means your utility bills will decrease, too. That means Aeroseal can be great for your wallet and helping your family make eco-friendly changes.
When your ductwork ages and shows signs of wear and tear, it can lose a substantial amount of energy when conditioned air leaks through developing cracks. Duct sealing can increase your HVAC system’s efficiency by up to 20%, which can be a big boost to your heating and cooling system. We typically recommend Aeroseal, which we apply by releasing the airborne substance in your ductwork and then applying air pressure, forcing the Aeroseal polymers to attach to and seal cracks.
Since sealing air leaks improves air low, your HVAC system will run smoothly and efficiently year-round. Your system will then require fewer repairs and last longer, thus saving you money from buying a new system earlier than necessary.