Aeroseal Services Niceville, FL and Surrounding Areas
We Seal the Duct Leaks and Save you Money!
Something most of us never even think about could be costing you a lot more than you bargained for. Whether a home is old or new, it is prone to leaky air ducts. And that puts extra stress on HVAC system – not to mention your wallet.
Did You Know?
Nearly 50% of home energy bills are spent on heating, air conditioning, and ventilation. Duct leakage in residential homes costs consumers big each year.
On average, 30 cents of every $1 you spend on heating and cooling your home disappears into thin air due to leaky ducts.
- Leaky ducts pull growth, dust, and other pollutants into your home, presenting indoor air quality issues and creating and aggravating allergy problems.
- Leaky ducts contribute to safety issues in residential homes relating to back drafting of gas appliance fumes, auto exhaust and radon gas into your living space.
Have You Noticed in a Home?
- High energy bills
- Uncomfortable hot or cold rooms
- Excessive humidity
- Excessive dust
- Musty odor or fume smells
If so, you probably have leaky air ducts. But now, there’s a solution. Aeroseal Duct Sealing is a patented breakthrough technology that tackles leaks from the inside out. It was developed in the 1990s at U.C. Berkeley with funding from the United States Department of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency, California Institute for Energy Efficiency, and Electric Power Research Institute. Additionally, the Department of Energy declared Aeroseal as one of the most beneficial energy technologies for American consumers.
Aerosol Ductwork Breakthrough: Ductwork Sealing Technology
Aeroseal’s aerosol ductwork sealing technology was invented and developed by the Energy Performance of Buildings Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in 1994. This technology internally seals duct leaks in air distribution ducts by injecting a fog of aerosolized sealant particles into a pressurized duct system.
The key to the technology is to keep the particles suspended within the air stream without depositing on the duct surfaces until they reach the leaks, where they leave the air stream, deposit at the leak edges, and seal the leaks.