Duct Sealing: Aeroseal Colorado
Do you have any of these common problems associated with your HVAC system?
- High energy bills
- Air conditioner or furnace runs constantly
- Musty odors or fumes
- Rooms that are too hot or too cold
- Excessive dust or humidity
If you are experiencing any of these, the problem may not be your HVAC system at all. The likely culprit is leaky air ducts.
Aeroseal Colorado can help. Aeroseal is an innovative, award-winning, highly touted, patented technology that stops leaks from the inside out.
Leaky Air Ducts Cost You Money
The biggest energy loss in your home may well be hidden behind your walls, ceilings and floors. Leaks happen regardless of age. They are common (up to 90% of buildings in North America are estimated to have leaks) and expensive (sucking up nearly 30 cents of every dollar spent on HVAC costs).
Aeroseal Saves You Money
Aeroseal saves homeowners an average of $300 per year on energy costs and makes your home more comfortable by
- Preventing cooled or heated air from escaping to the outside or areas of your home where it isn’t needed.
- Increasing energy efficiency.
- Keeping your HVAC system from overworking and wearing out prematurely.
- Reducing excess humidity and the damage it causes.
- More effectively heating and cooling all rooms in your home.
- Eliminating musty odors and improving indoor air quality.
The Aeroseal Process
Aeroseal’s trained technicians use specially designed software to measure the amount of duct leakage in your home. Next, they seal all the registers to make sure air is only escaping through the leaks. Aeroseal’s innovative process injects sealant into the ducts, then introduces tiny polymer particles that first stick to the edges of the leak, then to each other, until the leak is completely and permanently sealed. Finally, they complete the computer program to analyze the result and verify that all the leaks are sealed. The entire process takes just 4-8 hours.
Aeroseal Colorado is recognized by numerous public and private entities, including the Department of Energy, Popular Science Magazine, the 2016 AHR Expo and Consumer Reports.