3 Benefits to Using Aeroseal to Seal Your Home’s Air Ducts
The weather in Ogden, North Carolina, generally requires that homeowners use their HVAC systems for most of the year. If you’ve noticed that a certain room in your home is too warm or cool, even when your air conditioner or heater is on, you may have leaks in your air ducts. Keep your home comfortable year-round by sealing your air ducts with Aeroseal. Learn more about the duct sealing process and the benefits of using Aeroseal in your home.
Improve Overall Comfort in Your Home
Using Aeroseal to seal leaks in your air ducts improves the overall comfort of your home. After our service techs block off your home’s air registers and pressurize the ductwork system, they inject the system with aerosolized vinyl polymer particles, which build up at leaks and effectively seal them. This seal will keep your heated and conditioned air from leaking out of your air ducts before it reaches your air vents, helping to maintain a consistent temperature throughout your home. Properly sealed air ducts also facilitate good airflow, which in turn improves your indoor air quality.
Keep Energy Costs Low
If sufficient air from your furnace fails to reach your air vents, your HVAC system will struggle to keep your home at your desired temperature. It will use more energy to compensate for the air loss, which will lead to higher energy bills. Sealing air leaks with Aeroseal will help keep your energy costs lower, saving you money in the long run.
Maintain HVAC System Efficiency
Since sealing air leaks improves air low, your HVAC system will run smoothly and efficiently year-round. Your system will then require fewer repairs and last longer, thus saving you money from buying a new system earlier than necessary. While Aeroseal duct sealing prevents air loss in your ductwork, collected dust and debris in your air ducts can also reduce airflow. Be sure your air ducts are properly cleaned to keep your system working efficiently.
Improve your home’s comfort with Aeroseal. Call Pleasant Air Inc. today at 910-208-4518 for more advice on whether Aeroseal duct sealing is the right choice for your home.
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