Everything You Should Know About Aeroseal Duct Sealing
Protecting your home’s indoor air quality (IAQ) has never been more important. Aeroseal duct sealing in Wilmington, NC, delivers exceptional results for cleaner air, eliminating dust, allergens and odors from the home. The application also increases your HVAC system’s efficiency.
What to Expect from the Aeroseal Duct Sealing Application?
This revolutionary technology seals leaks and misalignments to improve the HVAC system’s efficiency. The technology relies on aerosolized vinyl polymer particles to prevent leaky ductwork.
How Does the Sealing Process Work?
Before the process begins, the service tech must isolate the HVAC equipment and block all vents. Once this happens, the service tech pressurizes the ductwork to normal operating pressure. Next, the aerosolized vinyl polymer particles get injected into the ducts. The particles stay suspended in the air inside the ducts until they reach the leaks and form an airtight seal.
During the process, the service tech uses specialized software. The software allows you to view the process in real-time with them. After the application’s complete, you receive a computer-generated report. The report details the following:
- Amount of leakage in the air ducts before sealing.
- Results of the sealing application.
How Long Does the Aeroseal Application Last?
Independent laboratory testing estimates the average application lasts 40-50 years. Leaky ducts contribute to huge energy losses. Sealing leaks results in significant energy savings. You can’t beat the return on an investment that lasts a half-century. The Aeroseal solution also boasts a 10-year warranty for added peace of mind and value.
You deserve to have healthy, clean air in your home. An Aeroseal application helps your household breathe easier by improving your home’s IAQ. Sealing your home’s ductwork also increases your comfort and reduces energy consumption. To learn more about duct sealing, call Pleasant Air Inc., today to speak with an expert. We look forward to hearing from you.
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