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of all homes have leaky ducts

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of your heated and cool air leaks out of your ducts

Annual savings of anywhere from

$300 - $1,000

annually per system when you Aeroseal your ducts

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is wasted every year in the USA 

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of every $1 you spend is on wasted energy 

what is aEROSEAL?

Aeroseal is a patented breakthrough technology that tackles duct leaks from the inside out. The Aeroseal process puts escaping air under pressure and causes polymer particles to stick first to the edges of a leak, then to each other until the leak is completely sealed. Aeroseal is the best duct sealing solution available.

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Our innovative service makes it easy.

Aeroseal automatically finds and seals all the leaks throughout your entire duct system with precision. Giving you a home with even temperatures in every room, healthier air, and energy savings. Not only do you feel the difference immediately, you’ll see the verified before and after results in a printed certificate.

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How Aeroseal Works For Your Home

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what are the benefits of aeroseal?

increased comfort

The #1 reason home owners want Aeroseal Home Duct Sealing is because they experience hot and cold rooms or high temp differences between upstairs vs downstairs living areas. The majority of homes we see suffer from these issues due to leaky duct work not delivering conditioned air where it is meant to go! Our simple process seals leaky ductwork from the inside – even the hidden ductwork behind your walls!

Improve indoor air quality and allergies

Many home owners notice dust collection around registers and higher than average dust collecting on surfaces throughout their homes. Leaky ducts pull dust, mold, and other pollutants into your home, presenting indoor air quality issues and creating and/or aggravating allergy problems. Duct leaks also contribute to safety issues in residential homes relating to back drafting of gas appliance fumes, auto exhaust and radon gas into your living space. Aeroseal home duct sealing will keep those dust, mold, and pollutants from being pulled into your living areas improving your air quality!

save on utility bills

Nearly 50% of the average home’s and commercial building energy bill is spent on heating, air conditioning and ventilation. Duct leakage in residential homes costs consumers $25 billion each year and costs much more to the commercial building operators / owners.

extend the life of your hvac unIT

If your HVAC unit is running for less duration of time, this will help extend the life of your equipment.

How to self inspect if you need Aeroseal

if you:

Duct with no mastic
Air duct leakage
Duct leakage
Improper duct sealing

does your home suffer from the following?

Aeroseal Can Help

excessive dust?

high utility bills?

musty smell?

hot or cold rooms?



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why duct leakage matters

Duct leakage robs you of comfort, energy, and peace of mind

Cracks and holes in your home’s air vents and duct system allow heated and cooled air to escape before reaching your rooms. While even new ductwork may look professionally installed, each metal on metal connection that has not been properly sealed is a point of leakage. This results in leaving you with stuffy, uncomfortable rooms and wasted energy.

This leakage is a significant and often overlooked problem in homes.

The investment you make in your home is even more significant. Why not get the most out of your investment with a comfortable home?

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How mold and bacteria grow in your HVAC System

when your ducts are located outside the building envelope (walls, crawl spaces, attics):

when your ducts are in the attic:

Did you know that your hvac system needs only 3 things to grow Mold?

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A food source (Dirt)

Moisture (from your AC)

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aeroseal process

Our simple process ensures precise sealing in just a few hours. No mess, no fuss. We connect our patented technology to your home’s heating & air system to distribute the sealing formula.

Our non-toxic, water-based formula effectively seals all the holes in your air ducts and vents, making sure your air goes where you need it – not where you don’t. Have peace of mind seeing real-time results while the cracks are being sealed. You’ll even get a certificate of completion showing the before and after results.


prepare your system

Plugging your system with foam forces the air in your duct work to escape through leaks. By forcing air through leaks we are able to pretest your duct system and begin the duct sealing process.


continued preparation

A small access hole is cut into the supply or return and a temporary collar is attached. The air conditioning indoor coil, fan, and furnace are temporarily blocked with a foam plug to prevent sealant particles from entering this part of your system. The next step of the process is to pretest and inject non-toxic sealant into your duct work. The pretest measures exactly how much duct leakage your system has in square inches and also calculates just how much air is escaping through leaks in your duct work.


pretest your duct work

Once the system is properly prepped, the Aeroseal machine is connected to the duct work using flat tubing. The Air Duct Diagnostic pretest will detect the exact amount of duct leakage in the duct system - the typical duct leakage detected in a home is 30 - 40%. Next, the non-toxic, UL-tested and approved aerosol sealant is injected into your duct system. As the sealant exits your duct work through leaks, it begins to collect on the edge of the hole until the leak is completely sealed. Aeroseal can seal leaks up to 5/8 of an inch.


seal your duct work

Small aeroseal particles are injected and kept suspended in the airflow by continuous air movement. The airoseal particles begin collecting on the edges of holes and cracks in your duct work and seal your leaky duct work from the inside. This entire process in computer-controlled where you can monitor the results in real-time, showing you just how effective Aeroseal is. Ducts are sealed with only 1-2 ounces of sealant material.


review your results

A computer-generated analysis summarizes your home's duct leakage reduction, providing you with verification of the success of the Aeroseal application. Once the process is complete, your certified Aeroseal technician will provide you with a printed certificate summarizing your results.

have questions about aeroseal??

Advanced Air Duct Cleaning has answers

The Aeroseal process does not coat or line the ductwork.  The only sealant remaining in the ducts will be at the spot of the leak that was sealed.
This noise is usually the result of two conditions. One is created when the ductwork is undersized and air is rushing through your air duct system. The other condition is caused when a limited amount of air is allowed to flow through the indoor coil of your heating and cooling system. Once the exact problem has been identified, your contractor can provide the best solution for noise reduction.
Ducts of all material types can be successfully cleaned after they have been sealed with Aeroseal.
Dirty ducts should be cleaned as we can not guarantee that the glue will adhere to dust and debris. We will inspect the ductwork during the Aeroseal estimate.
Aeroseal certified technicians are trained to protect all HVAC systems and accessories prior to sealing.  Some items, such as humidifiers or UV lights, may be removed then reinstalled to prevent damage.  Others may be bagged or covered.
We recommend that any sensitive electronics be covered while Aeroseal is sealing your ductwork.
Sealant escaping from the ducts will settle in wall cavities, attics or crawl spaces.  During the process we will filter the air to capture any sealant entering any living areas.
Broken and disconnected ducts – large leaks – need to be fixed prior to sealing with Aeroseal.  If a hidden large leak is uncovered during sealing, the process is stopped and a solution is discussed.

Up to a 5/8th inch round hole can be sealed by Aeroseal.

We prefer that no one is in the house during sealing due to impact on productivity.

If you are pregnant, a senior, infant, or utilizing medical equipment we do encourage you to leave as a simple safety precaution.

The sealant used by Aeroseal has been tested by an independant lab and found to have extremely low concentration of VOC’s during sealing time.

The primary componont has NO OSHA maximum exposure limit.

It only takes around 2 hours for Aeroseal sealant to dry.
There is a very mild odor similar to Elmer’s Glue during the sealing process.

The odor will dissipate completely by the next morning – but usually before.

Aeroseal is guaranteed for 10 years and stress tested for 40 years in residential applications.

A series of government reports have shown that air duct sealing can lead to up to $850 in energy savings per year.

Some homeowners have saved up to 40% on their energy bill. Naturally, exact savings are difficult to precisely estimate since they depend on a multitude of variables such as your weather, house condition and design, your heating and air conditioning system, system usage – as well as other factors like energy prices.

Inspection discovers any obvious break in the duct work and, as the initial step of the sealing process, the Aeroseal system will establish an exact amount of leakage in the duct system.

Of course, many people already know that a room or two in their house doesn’t get good air circulation because they can feel it. Or, they already know that their energy bill is high because they see it.

The diagnostic measurement, provides a scientifically valid means to understand the performance of your air duct system. Many people are surprised to learn that homes typically leak 30% to 40% or more of their air through air duct leaks.

Ductwork runs through attics, crawlspaces, basements, garages, and walls. Leaking return air ducts pull in dust and other indoor air pollutants and sends them to the central heating and cooling system. From there they are sent to the living areas of your home. The Aeroseal air duct sealing system can reduce the amount of leakage by as much as 90%, reducing dust and other indoor air pollutants from the conditioned air in your home.
By sealing your ductwork utilizing the Aeroseal technology you can expect air to be delivered where it is designed to go and not into your not basement, attic, or crawl space.

This reduces hot or cold spots in rooms and between floors.


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