Duct leaks can be difficult and costly to find with duct work hidden between the walls, floors, and ceilings of any residential home or commercial building.

The older, traditional use of mastic or taping of leaks not only is less effective than Aeroseal, but also can be very labor-intensive and expensive and can only be applied to ducts with physical access.

Aeroseal Duct Sealing

Sealing ductwork used to be a huge hassle – messy mastic paste and tape that never seem to really do the job right.
With Aeroseal, you can enjoy all the benefits of duct sealing without the mess:

  • Increase Your Comfort
  • Lower Energy Consumption
  • Improve Air Quality
  • Pre & Post Leakage Measurements!

Aeroseal is a duct sealing process developed to combat wasted energy, poor air distribution & indoor air quality problems caused by air duct leakage.  These problem are typically blind to most homeowners who have come to accept excess dust, and uneven cooling or heating of rooms. Aeroseal works from the inside using a non-toxic aerosol process that seals only the gaps & cracks reducing leakage, in many cases, over 90%. Aeroseal has a zero OSHA maximum exposure limit, & is made of the same materials used to make baby pacifiers so it is non-toxic. Call us to schedule your Home Audit and see if Aeroseal Duct Sealing is the right option for you.

Benefits of using the Aeroseal Duct Sealing

  • Home Comfort: The #1 reason home owners want Aeroseal Home Duct Sealing is because they experience hot and cold rooms or high temp differences between upstairs vs downstairs living areas. The majority of homes we see suffer from these issues due to leaky duct work not delivering conditioned air where it is meant to go!
  • Indoor Air Quality & Home Safety: Many home owners notice dust collection around registers and higher than average dust collecting on surfaces throughout their homes. Leaky ducts pull dust, mold, and other pollutants into your home, presenting indoor air quality issues and creating and/or aggravating allergy problems. Duct leaks also contribute to safety issues in residential homes relating to back drafting of gas appliance fumes, auto exhaust and radon gas into your living space.
  • Energy Savings & Utility Bills: Nearly 50% of the average home’s and commercial building energy bill is spent on heating air conditioning and ventilation. Duct leakage in residential homes costs consumers $25 billion each year and costs much more to the commercial building operators / owners.