Not only do your heating and cooling systems have to work a lot harder when your ducts leak, they also wear out faster. However, thanks to an amazing aerosol duct sealing product called AeroSeal that we offer, we can fix your ducts so that healthy air stays inside and unhealthy air stays out. You’ll not only see an immediate improvement in the comfort of your home and the quality of your air, you’ll also enjoy long-term energy savings.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy and the Electric Power Research Institute, the average home loses as much as 40 percent of the energy generated by its heating and cooling systems due to leaking ducts. When you do the math, that’s an astounding amount of money – up to 40 cents of every dollar you spend on your energy bill – literally disappearing into thin air each month.
That’s why it’s so important that you have Northern’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning come out and perform AeroSeal duct sealing. Not only will you improve your energy efficiency, your indoor air will be a great deal healthier as well.
AeroSeal is a breakthrough duct sealing product that takes care of leaks from the inside out. Its polymers first stick to the edges of a leak and then stick to each other until the leak is completely sealed. You’ll start to enjoy the benefits of this product almost immediately, as the temperature in all your rooms becomes uniform. Those unpleasant fumes and odors you may be experiencing will soon be a thing of the past.
Leaking ducts not only waste energy, they cause a lot of other problems as well. These are just a few of them:
• Musty smells
• Rooms that feel too cold or hot
• Too much humidity
• Energy bills that are excessively high
• Excessive dust accumulation
When you call us for your AeroSeal duct cleaning, we’ll take care of it very quickly so that you can get on with your day. Here’s what you can expect when we arrive:
• We’ll cover your wall registers so that air can only escape through whatever leaks are present.
• We will conduct a pre-test to verify leak level prior to sealing.
• We’ll then inject the sealant into your ducts for about an hour.
• Small particles of aerosol will remain suspended by continuous airflow.
• As the stream of air going through your ductwork tries to exit through the leak, AeroSeal polymers will begin to adhere to the edges of the leak. They will continue to stick together until the leak is completely sealed.
• Once your AeroSeal duct sealing is complete, we will perform a computer analysis of the interior of your home or office to verify the process has been a success.
• Homeowners will also be given a certificate of completion to show results.
If some rooms in your home are noticeably warmer or colder than others, your duct system may have an unsealed gap. This gap allows treated air to leak into crawlspaces, attics, and interior walls, instead of going where it was originally intended. Your heating or cooling system works hard to treat a large amount of wasted air. This significantly decreases your home’s efficiency, and increases your monthly energy bills.
On average, leaking ducts lose homeowners 30 cents of each dollar spent on heating and cooling. You can get your money’s worth again by blocking the leaks in your duct system. At Northern’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning, we use AeroSeal to combat wasted energy and poor air distribution. This duct sealant material allows us to easily plug any leaks in your duct system. With AeroSeal, we can restore the comfort and efficiency of your home in no time.
Most homeowners know almost nothing about air duct leakage. Because of this, many of them unintentionally waste the work of energy-efficient heating and cooling systems by attaching them to leaking ductwork. No matter how efficiently these systems work, duct leaks keep the treated air from reaching its intended room. Thankfully, our AeroSeal duct sealing services can plug those leaks from the inside out.
When you invest in AeroSeal, you can expect:
Is duct cleaning worth the effort? Many homeowners face this question. You can ask the following questions to decide on whether or not you should invest in duct cleaning:
Contact Northern’s at 763-412-1197 if you have questions about the benefits of duct cleaning.
Are you thinking about sealing your ducts from the inside? Here are some reasons to do so:
Do you have questions about sealing your ductwork from the inside? If so, contact Northern’s today at 763-412-1197!
Are you considering sealing the air ductwork in your home? If so, you should contact a professional HVAC technician as soon as possible to receive a customized cost estimate. Here are some factors that can influence the cost of your air duct sealing:
Regardless of how much your air duct sealing costs, rest assured that you’ll save money in the long run. Air duct sealing will significantly decrease your monthly utility bills! Do you have questions about the cost of air duct sealing? If so, contact Northern’s today at 763-412-1197!
“Yesterday I turned on the a/c for the first time after the Aeroseal process. I am extremely excited to report that it has made a very noticeable improvement in the temperature in my upper half story! I am very, very, very pleased! Before the Aeroseal, the a/c barely made a dent in the temperature and comfort level upstairs. Now, it actually feels air conditioned! I suppose the real verdict will come in when the temperatures outside are consistently hot, so I’ll send another report later. But so far, so good!
Contact Northern’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning today to schedule an AeroSeal duct sealing service appointment. Our trained technicians are ready to help you. Call [(763) 427-1000] for more information.
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