If you’re concerned about the air quality, comfort levels, and energy losses in your home, aeroseal duct sealing might be exactly what you need to get you the results you want in your St. Louis, MO home.
At Air Comfort Service, Inc. we strive to be your source for total indoor comfort solutions. Our expert technicians can recommend and install the right services to meet your needs. Get in touch with us to find out whether or not you could benefit from aeroseal duct sealing in your home.
What is Aeroseal Duct Sealing?
Aeroseal Duct sealing is a patented technology which takes care of leaks from the inside of your ductwork. The Aeroseal software lets our technicians see how much your ducts are actually leaking. Once this assessment has been done, we are able to put the aeroseal process into place which puts the air trying to escape under pressure which then causes particles to stick to the edges of a leak until the leak is closed.
How Does Aeroseal Duct Sealing Work?
Your heating and AC flows through flow through the ductwork to the rooms in your house, but leaks in the system make it less efficient and less comfortable. Aeroseal duct sealing works to seal those leaks so that the air flows where you want it. This not only makes your home more comfortable and more energy efficient, but it keeps dust and allergens from being pulled into the air in your home. See exactly how aeroseal duct sealing works, then call Air Comfort Service, Inc to discuss your needs and schedule service.
Who Needs This Service?
If you think you could benefit from aeroseal duct sealing, you are probably right. Most older homes in particular have the greatest amount of energy losses through their ductwork. As much as 20-30% (sometimes even up to 40%) of energy is lost due to leaky ductwork, and this problem can be remedied with aeroseal duct sealing.
Benefits of This Patented Technology
Having aeroseal duct sealing installed in your home provides many benefits, both for your indoor comfort as well as for your wallet.
- Increased Home Comfort - Many homeowners experience hot and cold rooms, and often the ones they want hot or cool are not and vice versa. This technology makes sure that air is not leaking out of your ductwork and keeps the air going where it’s supposed to.
- Better Indoor Air Quality - If dust is collecting around the registers or your surfaces seem to get dusty easily, it could be due to leaky ductwork. Another problem with leaky ducts is that they pull mold and other pollutants back into your home’s air and create allergy symptoms.
- Energy Savings - Almost half of the average home and commercial building’s energy bill is spent on heating, cooling and ventilation. That means that you could be saving a lot of money if your leaky ductwork is repaired.