Looking to Solve Your Indoor Allergy Problems? Here’s How…
Now that the colder weather is here, our homes will be closed up tightly for the next few months, making indoor air quality an even more important concern. This is particularly true if you or someone in your family experiences the discomfort of indoor allergies or respiratory issues. Did you know that leaks in your home’s air ducts could be contributing to the problem? It’s true! But there is an easy way to fix those duct leaks and improve your indoor air. Aeroseal is an effective, affordable solution to this common problem.
Most people understand that leaks in the ductwork cause the heated or cooled air from the HVAC system to escape. What you may not realize, however, is that those same leaks can pull pollen, dust mites, mold, animal dander and other contaminants into your living spaces. The ductwork runs through crawl spaces, attics, basements and behind walls — places that never get cleaned and can be full of those nasty irritants you don’t want in your home. Leaky ducts suck air from those hidden spaces, and the dust and debris they harbor along with it that is then deposited in the visible areas of your home.
Aeroseal to the Rescue
Aeroseal is a patented, award-winning process that keeps all those unwanted allergens and irritants out of your living areas. In addition, Aeroseal alleviates hot and cold spots, increases your energy savings, and reduces wear and tear on your HVAC system.
How Aeroseal Works
Aeroseal repairs your ductwork quickly and easily from the inside out.
- Aeroseal technicians prepare your system by plugging the vents with foam. This forces the air through the leaks.
- The technicians pretest your system by connecting the Aeroseal machine to the ductwork.
- Aeroseal particles are injected into the system. These tiny particles collect on the edges of holes and cracks until the leaks are filled and completely sealed. Only 1-2 ounces of sealant is required. The entire process is computer-controlled and can be monitored in real time.
- A computer-generated analysis provides verification of the Aeroseal application and results. When the process is complete, your certified Aeroseal technician will present you with a printed certificate summarizing the results.