Too Good To Be True

Does Aeroseal® technology seem a bit magical to you… maybe even too good to be true? After all, how does the sealant (in aerosol form) know to cling to and seal the cracks, holes, and other points of leakage in your ducts, but not coat them? The science is difficult to comprehend. Then again most of us don’t understand how our computers do what they do (at least not at a micro level), yet we believe in them and rely upon them every day.

Consider this about Aeroseal®:

  • The ducts in more than 100,000 homes and thousands of commercial buildings have been “aerosealed”.
  • The research was funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, California Institute for Energy and Environment, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the Electric Power Research Institute.
  • The technology was invented and developed at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (not in someone’s basement or garage).
  • Patents were granted in the late 1990s.
  • Many reputable organizations and media (including Popular Science, Consumer Reports, and Ask This Old House) have cited it.
  • The Department of Energy rated the process as one of the 23 most beneficial technologies available to American consumers that has come out since the agency was created.
  • There are hundreds of contractors throughout the U.S. that are licensed to seal duct work using the technology.

Maybe it’s time to take this technology seriously and look into how it can benefit you. Contact us today to schedule a free assessment.