Call (303) 872-5095

Aeroseal Technology Featured on Ask This Old House

Aeroseal Featured on Ask This Old House

Reduce Energy Usage
30% or More

Reduce Duct Leakage
Up To 90%

Aeroseal Colorado

Clean, Safe & Guaranteed for 10 Years

Aeroseal Colorado

Patented Process Technology Since 1994

Does your home have a room or level that’s too hot or too cold?

Aeroseal News, Events & Blog


Aeroseal Wins 2016 AHR Expo ‘Product of the Year’ Award

Aeroseal’s HomeSeal duct sealing technology was announced as the winner of the 2016 AHR Expo “Product of the Year” award. Aeroseal was also designated as an “Innovation” award-winning product in advance of the AHR Expo, Jan. 25-27.  READ MORE

Test Your Energy IQ

Consumer Reports – October 2012

The swiftest savings come from sealing air leaks in your home’s walls, windows, and especially its ductwork. “Leaky return ducts can also introduce unwanted air pollutants into the home,” adds Kathleen Hogan, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency at the Department of Energy. READ MORE

Energy-Smart Remodeling: Tracking Down Leaks

Fine Home Building – Fall 2012

Given the difficulty of removing duct insulation to seal all connections from the outside, tackling the problem (of leaky ducts) from the inside of the system is appealing. Aeroseal works; it is an effective interior sealing method for smaller leaks. READ MORE

Blog Posts:

5 Signs Your Home has Poorly Performing Ducts

How do you know that your home has poorly performing ducts? If you’ve been regularly adjusting the thermostat, chances are good that the problem is with the air ducts. Here are 5 more telltale signs…

5 Benefits of Duct Sealing in Your Home

Chances are you understand the benefits of sealing leaks around your doors and windows, but do you know that duct sealing also has significant benefits? Aeroseal is a simple, six-step process that can increase your home’s comfort, improve indoor air quality and save you money on energy costs…

Looking to Increase the Comfort of Your Home? Consider Sealing and Insulating Your Home’s Ductwork.

A big portion of a home’s operating cost comes from energy consumption and nearly half of that expense comes from heating and cooling. Air that leaks through outer walls, windows, doors and other openings wastes a lot of energy, decreases comfort and increases utility costs. Sealing cracks and gaps, and adding insulation throughout your home can make a significant difference. But there is another, often overlooked, source of air leaks that could be costing you money and compromising home comfort: your ductwork. Sealing the ductwork, as well as the other areas of your home, will save energy, save money and greatly increase the comfort of your home.

Press Releases:

Aeroseal to be Featured on the Today Show
New Aeroseal Continues To Grow With Expansion Into Canada; Company Ships 100th System.
Aeroseal Project Earns A 2012 EBie Award For Environmental Improvements Made To Existing Building.