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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

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

Project Files: Tweak the Leaks

The NEWS, August 20, 2012

Aeroseal was used to effectively seal leaks throughout the 25 ventilation shafts of a 50- year-old apartment building. The complete ventilation retrofit was designed to optimize both energy performance and indoor comfort/air quality. READ MORE

An Innovation In Air Duct Sealing

Oakwood Register, March 7, 2012

What is the single most effective thing you can do to save on the cost of heating and cooling your home? Upgrade your windows? Insulate your attic? Replace your furnace and air conditioner with Energy Star-rated equipment? READ MORE

Duct Leakage Under Scrutiny

HPAC Magazine, October 2011

Long ignored as a source of Energy Savings, duct sealing is on the agenda for many regulatory bodies. The ductwork in a building can be a black hole for energy – especially an older home. Losses through leaks can be substantial, sometimes running to more than 40 percent of the heating and cooling bill. READ MORE

New Aeroseal Company Signs Up Record Number Of HVAC Pros To Its Duct Sealing Service Program

WCCO TV – CBS Minnesota, August 16, 2011

A record number of HVAC and duct cleaning professionals have signed up to become official Aeroseal service providers since the launch of the new Aeroseal company this past January. The larger-than-expected response is believed to stem from both the new company’s sole focus on supporting the Aeroseal duct sealing technology and to the growing demand by home owners for cost-effective energy saving solutions. READ MORE

New Technology Offers U.S. Homeowners Easy Route To Significant Home Energy Savings

San Francisco Chronicle, July 6, 2011

Developed at LAWRENCE BERKELEY NATIONAL LABORATORY with funding from the EPA and the U.S. Department of Energy among others, the new technology, called Aeroseal, provides an easy and effective way to seal leaky air ducts. According to recent reports, leaky ducts are a primary source of energy loss in as many as 85 percent of existing residential homes. READ MORE

From The Lab To The Market – 10 Years Later

Berkeley National Laboratory Newsletter, June, 2011

Aerosol sealing is more effective and convenient than conventional methods for sealing ducts, because it requires less time and effort, and seals a larger portion of a leakage area more quickly. READ MORE

“New” Aeroseal Offer Entry Into The Market

ACHR News, May 23, 2011

Aeroseal LLC, the company whose duct-sealing system seals leaks from the inside out, was purchased by JMD Corp. The new owners recently announced the launch of the “new Aeroseal,” with a program focused on helping HVAC contractors increase their business revenues. READ MORE