The Latest in Duct Sealing Technology: A Quick Guide to Aeroseal
If you’ve ever had an excessively hot or cold room in your home that just doesn’t seem to go away, chances are it’s shoddy duct work that’s causing the problem. However, that doesn’t mean it has to stay that way. With some great technological advances, sealing duct work is easier than ever before. To say goodbye to leaky ducts in your Laughlin, Nevada, home forever, think about trying Aeroseal.
What Is Aeroseal?
When the EPA and U.S. Department of Energy discovered that 20 to 30 percent of heated or cooled air that moves through duct work is lost in holes or poorly connected areas, they set out on a mission to create a revolutionary sealant. The result of that project is Aeroseal. This safe, eco-friendly adhesive effectively seals holes in your ducts up to 5/8 of an inch in diameter.
How Does it Work?
The first step to the Aeroseal process involves sealing off your registers and pressurizing your duct work. That’s how our technicians determine just how much air you’re losing when your HVAC system is on. Once we’ve determined the efficiency of your system, that’s when Aeroseal goes to work. We release this particulate adhesive from the inside, which slowly seals the duct by filling the holes. When the process is over, you’re left with the most effective, efficient system possible.
What Are the Benefits?
With a freshly sealed duct system, you won’t have to worry about several things. Your HVAC system won’t have to work nearly as hard to produce the same results, meaning you’ll have lower energy bills and less maintenance over the life of the system. In addition, you cut the amount of dust and contaminants that enter the system, reducing your family’s exposure to harmful particles.
If you’re looking to take your duct work into the 21st century, it may be time to think about Aeroseal from Ambient Edge. Our expert technicians will have your ducts sealed and ready for use in no time at all. Give us a call today at 702-479-7464.
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