Invest in Aeroseal Duct Sealing For a Cleaner and Healthier Home

If you’re finding more dust in your Sneads Ferry, North Carolina, home, you may need to have your ductwork cleaned and Aerosealed. Using the Aeroseal solution will eliminate leaks and cracks in your ductwork. As a result, it’ll reduce the amount of dirty air that enters your home. It’ll also help to keep your family healthy and comfortable. Here are three reasons to invest in Aeroseal duct sealing for a cleaner and healthier home:

Reduce Energy Bills

According to the Department of Energy, ductwork that’s more than 10 years old can have substantial air leakage from cracks and holes. That means that a percentage of the air your HVAC system produces doesn’t reach your living spaces. Instead, your HVAC system blows it out of the attic or under the crawlspace. This can increase your energy bills, as the HVAC system has to work overtime to try and deliver the temperature-controlled air. Having your ducts Aerosealed can help to eliminate the leaks, which will reduce your energy bills.

Improve Indoor Air Quality

Leaky ductwork can be a major source of dirty air that enters your home via the vents and registers. Dust, dirt, pollen and pollutants will blow into your home, covering furniture, bedding, carpets and drapes. This makes your home feel dirty. These contaminants can trigger asthma and allergy attacks, which may require a visit to the doctor. Aerosealing can help to reduce particle pollutants and improve indoor air quality.

Produce Even Temperatures

When the ductwork is leaking, it can be difficult for your HVAC system to distribute warm or cool air evenly in your home. When your ductwork has been Aerosealed, you won’t have to worry about such issues. Aerosealing helps keep the temperature in your home even in every room.

Do you want to learn more about the benefits of Aeroseal duct sealing? Don’t hesitate to call Pleasant Air Inc. at 910-208-4518. Our professionals can help ensure that your HVAC system is maximizing efficiency and not wasting conditioned air.

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