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What is Aeroseal?
Aeroseal is an aerosol-based sealant applied through the air vents in your home. It uses synthetic nanoparticles, which are tiny particles that are specially manufactured to fit together and create a way to block air from escaping, to make your ducts as airtight as possible. It adheres to cracks and gaps—up to 5/8″ diameter—to seal your entire ductwork from the inside. Aeroseal guarantees it will last 10 years, and could last up to 30+ years.
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Benefits of Aeroseal
The Aeroseal process
Prep & Test
1. Prepare System / Blocking
Registers are temporarily blocked with foam plugs to force air in the duct work to escape through any leaks. Then the air conditioning indoor coil, fan, and furnace are also temporarily blocked with a foam plug to prevent sealant particles from entering this part of the HVAC system.
2. Connect System to Ductwork
Once the system is properly prepped, the Aeroseal machine is connected to the duct work using lay flat tubing. A small access hole (which will be closed upon project completion) is cut into the supply or return, and a temporary collar is attached. One end of the tubing connects to the collar; the other end connects to the Aeroseal machine.
3. Pretest Ductwork
The Aeroseal system runs a pretest that pressurizes the duct system and provides a leakage reading on the computer. It will detect the exact amount of duct leakage in the duct system (the typical duct leakage detected in a home is between 20-30%*).
Seal & Measure
Enjoy Comfort & Energy Savings