At Advanced Air, we only want the best for our customers, which is why we use Aeroseal's process and product.
The benefits of Aeroseal include:
Completely sealed leaks- Unlike manual duct sealing which uses mastic tape, Aeroseal is an injectable sealant that seals leaks from the inside. This ensures that all leaks are completely sealed, and and won't reopen in the near future.
Sealed leaks in hard-to-reach areas: Small holes are the biggest cause of duct leakage. But it's impossible to reach all small, hard-to-reach holes by hand. Aeroseal technology, however, can detect and seal every small hole—even those in very hard-to-reach places.
100% assurance- The Aeroseal process uses a computer to detect and monitor leaks as they're being sealed. This ensures the job is done 100% correctly, the first time around. We'll even provide you with a before and after screenshot of your duct leakage, so you can see the difference that Aeroseal has made.
Benefits of Duct Sealing
- Increased comfort- Sealing duct leaks prevents uneven temperatures throughout your home.
- Energy Efficiency & Costs- Zero leaks means zero wasted air and a more efficient system, saving you money in the long run.
- Cleaner air- Sealing duct leaks prevents dust/debris from entering your HVAC system and circulating throughout your home.
- Long-lasting results- Sealant has an expected life of 40 years...and if you have your ducts sealed with Aeroseal, your duct sealing is guaranteed for 10 years.
You may need your ducts sealed if you notice:
- Higher-than-normal energy bills
- Uneven temperatures (certain rooms are cooler/warmer than others)
- Increased dust throughout your home
- Increased allergy symptoms inside your home
- A high-efficiency HVAC system that isn't saving you money
How Aeroseal Duct Sealing Works
How it works
You schedule your duct sealing
To schedule your duct sealing, you can contact us online or call us at (888)-853-5143. We'll work with you to find a time that works best for your schedule. On the day of your appointment, we'll send you an email showing you the name and picture of your tech. Our duct sealing process typically takes 4-6 hours (we start most jobs around 8:30 AM).
We prepare & test your ductwork
Once we arrive, we start by identifying and locating the leaks. We do this by blocking all registers with foam plugs to force air out of the leaks. Then, we use the Aeroseal machine to perform a leakage reading. This leakage reading tells us the exact amount of leakage in your ductwork. The average home's duct leakage is usually around 25-40%.
We seal and measure
Once we've determined where the leaks are, we inject the patented aerosol sealant into your ductwork. The aerosol particles seal holes and cracks from the inside of your ductwork. We also monitor this entire process via a computer to ensure it's done correctly and to get realtime updates as leaks are closed.
You start saving money
Once your ductwork is sealed, you'll notice the results as soon as your turn your HVAC system back on. You should notice an even temperature throughout your home, reduced energy bills and less dust and debris circulating around your home.
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“ Jordan was very friendly and professional. He knew exactly what he was doing and got the job done in no time. I would highly recommend him and would gladly use him again. Thank you guys for your honesty, your professionalism and your advice. I will continue using Advanced Air for all of my current and future needs. ”
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