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Hidden Duct Leaks Are Costing You Money!
Leaking air ducts are invisible, insidious, common — up to 90% of North American buildings have leaky air duct systems, regardless of age — and costly. While it’s easy to see a water leak, air leaks are hard to find; ductwork is hidden deep between the walls, ceilings and floors of residential and commercial buildings alike.
On average, 30 cents of every $1 spent on HVAC costs is eaten up by duct leaks, a situation that costs homeowners up to $25 billion per year. Aeroseal provides home solutions. Sealing leaky ducts with Aeroseal saves the typical homeowner up to $300 per year on energy costs and reduces commercial structure energy use by up to 30%.
Why choose the Aeroseal system? Traditional duct leak fixes usually involved the use of mastic — a messy, caulky material — or duct tape. Both methods are expensive, labor-intensive and can only be used on ducts with easy physical access. In contrast, Aeroseal’s particle fog reaches every duct leak in the entire system, pinpointing and sealing up to 98% of leaks — all in about an hour.
Plus, other quick-fix and do-it-yourself materials break down over time. Aeroseal sealant lasts and lasts — and even has a 10 year warranty to back it up.
All of these factors mean that Aeroseal is the most effective, affordable, technologically advanced and feasible method of sealing air duct leaks available on the market today.
Leaky Ducts Lead To:
- Cooled and heated air escaping to the outside or unconditioned areas of your home, increasing your energy consumption and bills
- Reduced energy efficiency — even in high-performance, energy-efficient HVAC systems
- Pressure on your HVAC system to work harder, causing it to wear out sooner and cost more to repair and replace
- Excess humidity that result in costly damage
- Uncomfortable, hard to heat or cool rooms
- Mustiness, odors and indoor air quality issues
Aerosealed Duct Systems Lead To:
- More money in your pocket instead of leaking out of your ducts
- Even your hard to heat or cool rooms will have consistent, comfortable temperatures
- Better air quality including less dust, humidity, fumes and odors
- Less overall energy use equals less air pollution