10 Ways to Eliminate Dust in Your Home
Dust is, at best, an unsightly inconvenience and, at worst, a health hazard. Keeping it at bay seems to be a never-ending process, but there are things you can do to minimize it. The condition of your ductwork plays a big part in how much and how fast dust accumulates in your home…
Uncomfortable Hot or Cold Rooms? It may be Your Ductwork.
The average home loses 25-40% of heated or cooled air through leaks in the ductwork. Rather than heating or cooling your home efficiently, that energy is wasted as air escapes into the attic, basement or crawl spaces. Homeowners experience the loss of heat or air conditioning as inconsistent temperatures throughout the home, either from room to room or from one level to another. This discomfort is the #1 reason homeowners ask for Aeroseal…
Consumer Reports Agrees!
We’ve been telling people for a while now that aerosealing a home or building can be the most significant thing you can do to save energy and increase indoor comfort – but it’s nice when others agree. Especially when that “other” is Consumer Reports magazine – a publication infamous for its fair and credible reporting. […]
Cardiovascular Hospital Uses Aeroseal To Solve A Mystery
The University of Ottawa Heart Institute turned to Aeroseal to solve one problem and wound up solving two. When a hospital monitor detected an isotope in part of the building away from where the chemical was produced and supposedly quarantined, administrators needed to figure out what was going on. Through the process of elimination, building […]
On a Mission
The patented Aeroseal sealing process is the most effective, affordable and viable method of sealing the central heating & cooling and ventilation ductwork in residential homes and commercial buildings. The Aeroseal duct sealing system effectively seals the leaky ductwork from the inside by using a UL tested and approved sealing material. It’s clean, safe, and […]
2012 – The Year of the Duct
2012 is really shaping up to be the year of the duct – air duct that is. Starting on the very first day of 2012, the updated Energy Star 3.0 specifications for the home takes full effect and that means any builder looking to receive Energy Star certification for their constructions will have to meet […]
A Solution To Poor Building Ventilation…Finally.
We’ve been hearing a lot lately about the importance of duct sealing in regards to home energy savings. It’s no wonder, when you figure that heating and cooling costs represent the overwhelming majority of utility expenses for homeowners, and that an average of 30% of that cost is leaking out the ductwork instead of being delivered to the rooms that need it.