Have some questions?
Can you fix my hot and cold rooms?
Yes! Sealing your vents and ducts means that air is delivered where it’s needed, and not into your basement, attic or crawl space. This also helps get rid of hot and cold spots in your house.
Will this help my house be less dusty?
Absolutely! Leaky ducts and vents pull in dust, mold and dander and then blow them into living rooms, bedrooms, and kitchens. Gross, right? Our system can reduce leaky areas by as much as 90%, making sure dirt isn’t circulated in your house.
How much can I save on my utility bill?
A lot! Independent government-sponsored studies have shown that sealing your ducts can save you up to $850 per year! Most homeowners save at least 20%, some save as much as 40% of their total bill. Exact energy savings are difficult to predict, since they depend on where you live, how old your house is, how up-to-date your system is, how many rooms you need to heat or cool, and how energy costs are calculated in your area.
Is your formula really safe for my family and my pets?
Without a doubt. Our formula is safe, non-toxic and water-soluble, made of the same material that is found in chewing gum and baby pacifiers. It is so safe, we’ve helped hospitals, surgery centers, schools and public buildings make sure their air is clean, healthy and comfortable – and saved them energy and money in the process.
How big of a leak can your sealant cover?
Aeroseal is able to close most cracks and leaks in most air duct systems. Any large, major leaks – like broken, disconnected or damaged ducts – will need to be repaired prior to sealing. Most of the time, we uncover problems like this during our initial inspection. However, if we find this during our sealing process, we will stop our service and recommend a solution.
How long does this stuff last?
We guarantee our work for at least 10 years, and we’ve stress-tested it up to 40 years in homes. We expect your heating and cooling systems to work efficiently for as long as you own your home.
Do I need to have my ductwork cleaned first?
Sometimes, but not always. Any ducts that are extremely dirty should be cleaned first. We find this most often in older houses. Our technician will take a look at this during the initial inspection, and recommend a cleaning if needed.
If I have my ducts sealed, can they be cleaned in the future?
Yes. Ducts from all types of materials can be successfully cleaned after being sealed. Our formula dries into a very hard, very durable substance.
Will all the insides of my ductwork be coated with sealant?
No. Our formula doesn’t coat or line your ducts, it focuses on just the cracks and leaks, and fills them. The only sealant remaining after our technician is done will be over the leak that was sealed.
How does air duct sealing work?
Computer-enabled smart technology evaluates the exact amount of leakage in the system and targets all of the cracks and leaks – even the ones you can’t see and can’t reach.