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The Benefits of Aeroseal Duct Sealing

Do you have hot and cold spots in your home? Is upstairs hotter than downstairs in the summer? If your home is like 95% of homes in the USA, your ductwork leaks at a rate of 20-30%. This means that much of the conditioned air never reaches the intended space.

A recent study by McKinsey & Company showed the potential for major energy savings from relatively simple home improvements. By far, the potential energy saving of sealing ducts outweighs other home improvements, including insulating attics and upgrading windows.

Because it addresses the biggest waste of energy in our country, the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 also allows a tax credit up to $1200 for this duct sealing procedure in your home.

To find and effectively seal the leaks, Arco Comfort Air uses an innovative approach to duct sealing developed by the U.S. Department of Energy called Aeroseal. Unlike traditional duct sealing methods, the computer-controlled aerosol-based sealing technology is blown into the interior of the ductwork where it automatically locates and seals leaks throughout the entire duct system even those hidden behind walls or in hard-to-reach spaces. By watching the computer monitor during the sealing process, both the contractors and homeowner can see the leakage disappear from the original CFM of leakage down to reductions as high as 92%.

Watch our Arco Pros make this house much more comfortable by Sealing the Ducts!

Since Aeroseal works from inside the ducts, no demolition is required to find or seal the leaks. The technicians watch the equipment monitor on their laptop to see the leakage rate plummet, often to less than 30 CFM – well below code requirements.

So, give us a call at Arco Comfort Air to seal your ductwork and make your home more comfortable and efficient now!

CLICK HERE to see what the good folks at This Old House have to say about Aeroseal.

When you factor in the true cost of manually sealing and testing, Aeroseal is the way to go. Not only can it lower utility costs, but it is faster and more effective than traditional sealing methods. It can be applied any time after the ducts have been installed so it provides unparalleled scheduling flexibility. And since it monitors the sealing process as it works, you know the results right away. No need to call in a third-party to retest – the system generates a final report with the before and after results.

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