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
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
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
What are the Most Common Types of Ductwork in a Home?
Chances are the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment in your home uses a network of air ducts to distribute air and exhaust it outside. The ductwork is a surprisingly important part of that system because it impacts your home’s comfort level as well as the safety and efficiency of your heating and cooling equipment.
5 Ways to Ventilate Your Home & Which is Best for Home Comfort
Sealing a home for energy efficiency is important for low utility bills, home comfort and less wear and tear on your HVAC system — but it is only half of the equation. The other half that is just as important for comfort and overall home health is ventilation.
5 Ways to Regulate the Humidity in Your Home
One of the benefits of living in an arid climate is the lack of excessive humidity. However, too little humidity can cause problems as well. One way to ensure that your home maintains the proper humidity level is by sealing the ductwork.