Comfort is More Than a Number on the Thermostat
Leaky ducts signiﬁcantly contribute to the warmth and cooling of a home. Even the most energy-efﬁcient heating and cooling systems cannot control the amount of comfort you experience in your living spaces if there are leaking ducts. The loss of cool and warm air to the wrong places inside, outside or in the unconditioned spaces of a home is signiﬁcantly reduced with Aeroseal duct sealing because our patented sealing technology seals the ducts airtight. With Aeroseal, hard to heat or cool rooms will have even temperatures and will be more comfortable. Humidity levels are also easier to control after an Aeroseal.
Varying Room Temperatures
Leaky ducts can cause varying room temperatures to as much as 10 degrees.
Your Ducts Shouldn’t Cost You Money, But They Do!
Homeowners may not ever think about their air ducts. But the fact is, something that most of us never even think about could be costing us a lot more money than we realize.
Whether a home is old or new, leaking ducts cost a homeowner money, not to mention the stress it causes an HVAC system. Consider this:
- About 50% of the average home’s utility bill is spent on heating and air conditioning.
- On average, 30 cents of every $1 spent on heating and cooling a home disappears into thin air due to leaky ducts.
- 25% to 60% of heated and cooled air leaks doesn’t make it to their intended rooms.*
- Duct leakage in homes costs homeowners $25 billion a year in utility costs.
Create a Safer, Healthier Home
- Leaks pull mold, dust and other pollutants into your home causing indoor air quality issues and have potential to create harmful allergy problems.
- Leaks contribute to safety issues related to backdraft of appliance fumes, auto exhaust and radon gases being released into your home.
How Does Aeroseal Duct Sealing Work?
With air ducts often tucked into ceilings, walls, attics, and basements, the system can be difficult to access. Locating and addressing leaks one by one is time-consuming, inefficient, and ineffective. Without the proper training and tools, ductwork can easily be damaged.
Instead of relying on imperfect and outdated methods, Sanford Temperature Control offers our customers cutting-edge technology. With Aeroseal Duct Sealing, we cut down on time and expense, avoid mess, and successfully eliminate up to 90% of air leakage.
Using a computer-guided procedure, airborne adhesive particles are blown into ductwork, sealing cracks, holes, and imperfections that allow air to escape, while filling openings up to one inch in diameter.
Aeroseal lowers energy bills, prevents fumes and odors, creates healthier indoor air quality, and enhances comfort by maximizing airflow. The process also reduces the workload on your HVAC system, so you can expect fewer repairs, less maintenance, and longer service life.
Contact us today to find out if Aeroseal duct sealing is right for you!
By specializing in Aeroseal Duct Sealing, we provide an effective and straightforward means of protection.
- Protect the health and cleanliness of your indoor environment.
- Protect your HVAC system from wear and tear, and premature failure.
- Protect against unnecessary energy waste and higher costs.
- Protect the comfort and enjoyment of your home.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is there an odor?
A: At the time of application there is a very mild odor, similar to that of craft glue. However, that dissipates within a few hours.
Q: Are VOCs emitted?
A: The sealant has been tested by an independent lab and has been found to have very low VOCs.
Q: Will it harm my electronics? Pets? Artwork?
A: No. Our technicians are trained to protect all sensitive objects in the home.
Q: Do ducts need to be cleaned before aerosealing?
A: Most ducts do not need to be cleaned before sealing. The technician will assess the condition of the ducts ﬁrst and make a recommendation.
Q: Can ducts be cleaned after Aerosealing?
A: Ducts of all types can be cleaned after aerosealing.
Q: What if my ducts are hidden from view?
A: Unlike other sealing methods, Aeroseal can seal ducts that are hidden. Aeroseal can seal all types of ducts.
Q: Will the ductwork be coated with sealant after Aerosealing?
A: No. The Aeroseal process does not coat the ducts.
Q: How long will it last?
A: Guaranteed for 10 years. Tested for 40 years.
Established in 1982 and distinguished with an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, Sanford Temperature Control is dedicated to services that enhance the enjoyment of your home. Count on the experts to arrive on time, prepared for the job, with no mess or damage left behind. We make essential home services affordable, convenient, and rewarding, and set ourselves apart through exceptional customer service.
Contact us at (603) 769-3956 to speak to a live and friendly member of our knowledgeable staff 24/7! Learn more about why thousands of homeowners have invested in Aeroseal Duct Sealing!