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New or Old your heat and air duct may be costing you money and comfort! Even a small leak can cause significant loss of heating and cooling. In the past, if duct repairs were attempted, a person would crawl through the attic or under your house to apply good old fashion duct tape. Today, Aeroseal has provided a powerful tool to patch cracks, splits and holes in duct systems that would have been inaccessible and impossible to seal in the past.

     When the computerized Aeroseal process begins on your home or business, all room ceiling or floor registers are removed and foam plugs are installed in their place. An access hole is cut into the supply or return plenum and a temporary collar is then attached. The air conditioning coil, fan and furnace are temporarily blocked with a foam plug so that the sealant particles produced by the machine will not find their way into the equipment. The Aeroseal injection machine is then connected to the duct system using a long flexible plastic tube.

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  • Indoor air is found to be up to 40 times more polluted than outdoor air.
  • Most people spend 80-90% of their time indoors.
  • 50% of all illness is caused or aggravated by polluted indoor air.
  • The average person breathes 500 cubic feet of air daily.
  • There are up to 30 million dust and pollutant particles in one cubic foot of air.
  • The average home accumulates over 40 pounds of dust a year.
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The Aeroseal technology uses a fan to blow small dry adhesive particles into the temporarily blocked duct system, depositing these particles directly on the edges of holes to create seals. With all primary registers and the furnace blocked, the suspended adhesive particles forced into the ducts have only one place to go; cracks, holes and leaks. As the airstream exits the duct through leaks, the adhesive particles stick to the edge of the leak and build a seal up to 5/8 inch wide without leaving excess deposits on interior duct surfaces.

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Air flow, duct pressure and particle sizes are optimally controlled to maximize leak sealing. The Aeroseal injection process takes approximately 1 to 3 hours depending on duct system size and quantity/type of leakage. The Aeroseal software allows the technician and the customer to view the sealing process in real time. In addition, while the sealing process is underway, the technician will manually seal leaks found at register boots, return platforms and HVAC equipment. Once the Aeroseal process is complete, the technician will again measure the duct system leakage using the Aeroseal machine.

A certificate of sealing is generated by the computer that shows duct leakage amounts before and after sealing as well as overall system capacity improvement.

The computer also generates a service label that is applied to the customers' HVAC equipment, reminding them of the service that has been provided.

To complete the Aeroseal process, the technician removes all register and equipment plugs from the system, patches the injection hole and replaces the room registers, all back to the original state.

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