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Fixing air conditioners are often one of the first things homeowners turn to when wanting to lower energy bills. However, there may be other factors that are equally at play when it comes to energy bills.

It is important to remember that your central air-conditioning and heating system is only as effective as the duct system that supports it.

Over 90% of existing buildings throughout North America have air duct systems with holes and cracks in them. Many leaks are hidden from view but can contribute to high-energy costs.

Not only do these leaks increase your heating and cooling costs, they also reduce the level of comfort in your home. According to the US Department of Energy (DOE), the energy wasted from leaky residential ducts alone is equivalent to the energy burned by 13 million cars a year.

That’s a lot.

The problem with leaky ducts is simple.

  • Leaky ducts cause even the most energy-efficient heating and cooling systems to not perform at their best
  • Indoor air quality issues arise
  • Excess humidity levels in the home
  • Your HVAC system works harder, causing it to wear out sooner

An Aeroseal system may be just the right solution to conquer your energy bills.

What is an Aeroseal system?

The Aeroseal sealing system is the most effective, affordable, and viable method of sealing the central heating, cooling, and ventilation ductwork in residential homes.

How can an Aeroseal system help?

  • Airtight savings
  • Airtight comfort
  • Improved air quality
  • Reaches everywhere
  • Solves your home’s airflow and ventilation problems

How does an Aeroseal system work?

The Aeroseal duct sealing system seals the leaky ductwork from the inside by using a sealing material. It’s safe, clean, and guaranteed for 10 years in residential application.

How long does the process take?

The process typically takes about 4-8 hours.

With an Aeroseal sealing process you will see immediate energy savings and an improvement in home comfort. For more on the Aeroseal System please contact us.

August 18, 2015