About Aeroseal and It’s Procedure

About Aeroseal and It’s Procedure.

Aeroseal is a procedure in which our Aeroseal technician sprays a specific material on your vents and ducts. This outstanding particle foam may seal leaks around vents and valves.

  • There are no hot and cold places in the house.
  • Energy bills could be reduced by up to 30%.
  • Instead of allowing all insulation, insects, or other impurities into the ducts, it improves air quality.
  • Because gas appliances emit combustion gases, duct waterproofing keeps these pollutants out of the house. 

What is exactly Aeroseal?

Technology that improves the cooling and heating equipment’s efficiency. It’s made up of polymers, which are long strands that join together and clog holes, leaks, and misalignments in your ductwork. To make your ducts as sterile as possible, it uses synthetic nanoparticles, which are microscopic particles that are particularly created to fit together and produce a means to prevent air from infiltrating.

What Are the Benefits of Aero Sealing Ductwork?

Leaking air ducts not only waste energy, but they also cause a slew of other airflow issues in homes and buildings. Here are only a few examples:

  1. Musty odours.
  2. Rooms that are too hot or cool in temperature.
  3. Invoices for energy that are excessively large.
  4. An excessive amount of dust has accumulated.

 Is there an odour to Aeroseal?

There is a very faint odour, similar to Elmer’s glue, at the time of application. In a few hours, this will be fully gone. If you have a relative who suffers from allergies or asthma, you may be concerned about introducing a chemical odour into your home. To totally eliminate the stink, plan to leave your property for a few hours after the sealing procedure to conduct errands while the odour disappears.

Is it necessary to clean ductwork before sealing it?

The majority of the time, duct cleaning isn’t necessary prior to duct sealing. If your ductwork needs to be cleaned before sealing, your local home service provider or HVAC specialist can guide you.


Step 1 – Preparation

The atmosphere within the ducts readily exits through the flows since each vent in your home is coated with foam. After that, a touch escape is cut from the return or offer port, and the AC coil and chamber are foam-protected so that the sealing material cannot reach them..

Step 2 – Pretest that the ductwork.

The Aeroseal machine is installed on the ducting using lay-flat tube once it has been properly prepared. The ductwork A diagnostic pre-test can determine the precise amount of duct outflow from the duct system, with traditional duct outflow detected at a dwelling ranging from 30 to 40%.

Step 3 – Seal the Ductwork.

Constant air movement recovers and suspends small aerosol particles unbroken from the flow of air. The aerosol particles begin to assemble on the edges of fractures and holes in your ductwork, sealing your leaky ductwork within.

This entire technique is computer-controlled, allowing you to follow the results over time, demonstrating how self-made the Aeroseal technology truly is. Only 1 to 2 ounces of paint are used to coat ducts.

Step 4 – Review the Results.

A computer-generated investigation highlights the reduction in duct outflow in your home, giving you with proof of the Aeroseal program’s success. Your approved Aeroseal specialist can provide you with a written confirmation of your results once the operation is completed.

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