Are Leaking Ducts Costing You More Than You Think?
You can see a water leak, but an air leak is invisible. Duct leaks can be difficult and costly to find with ductwork hidden between the walls, floors, and ceilings of any residential home. The older, traditional use of mastic (a messy caulk-like substance) or taping of leaks not only is less effective than Aeroseal, but also can be very labor-intensive, expensive and can only be applied to ducts with physical access. Other substances break down over time, but the Aeroseal sealant does not and even has a 10 year warranty to back it up.
Do-it-yourselfers might attempt their own fixes, but what about those ducts you can’t see or access? Let McCarthy's One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning handle the entire job and you won’t be tearing up your home or worried about incomplete seals. With Aeroseal technology, we can pinpoint and cover leaks in roughly an hour, from the inside out with a success rate of up to 98%. Aeroseal is the most effective, affordable, and viable method of sealing air duct leaks on the market.
Aeroseal can reduce duct leakage by up to 90%, reduce your energy use by up to 30%. Aeroseal has also been shown to dramatically improve comfort and homeowner satisfaction with their heating and cooling systems.
Did you know?
Leaky ducts in a residential home contribute to:
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The Leaky Duct Solution
If so, you probably have leaky air ducts. But don't worry, there’s a solution. Aeroseal Duct Sealing is a patented, breakthrough technology that tackles leaks from the inside out. It was developed in 1990 at U.C. Berkeley with funding from the United states Department of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency, California Institute for Energy Efficiency, and Electric Power Research Institute. Additionally, the Department of Energy declared Aeroseal as one of the most beneficial energy technologies for American consumers.
About Aeroseal Ductwork Sealing Technology
Aeroseal's aerosol ductwork sealing technology was invented and developed by the Energy Performance of Buildings Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in 1994. This technology internally seals duct leaks in air distribution ducts by injecting a fog of aerosolized sealant particles into a pressurized duct system. The key to the technology is to keep the particles suspended within the air stream without depositing on the duct surfaces until they reach the leaks, where they leave the air stream, deposit at the leak edges, and seal the leaks.
We Seal the Duct Leaks and Save you Money!
Something most of us never think about could be costing you a lot more than you bargained for. Whether your home is old or new, it is prone to leaky air ducts that puts extra stress on your heating and cooling system – not to mention your wallet.
Call us today to set-up a duct sealing analysis or service request at (402) 913-3444.