Having sealed ductwork is important for high air quality, efficient home heating and cooling and reduced drafts and indoor contaminants. Unfortunately, ductwork in existing houses is often behind walls and in difficult-to-reach places, making it nearly impossible to seal. Aeroseal duct sealing solves this problem with a non-toxic aerosol process that seals gaps and cracks from inside the ductwork so you can have a healthy home.
Greene Solutions provides Aeroseal solutions in Columbus and vicinity
The Aeroseal solution is different from ductwork insulation, which can hide poorly sealed seams in your ductwork. Aeroseal was developed and patented by the US Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency.
Symptoms of Leaky Ductwork
Is your home experiencing any of these issues?
Uncomfortable hot or cold rooms: conditioned air is escaping into crawlspaces, attics and walls.
Excessive dust and mold: airborne pollutants affect indoor air quality and can aggravate existing allergies and asthma problems.
High energy bills: leaky ducts can cost you 30 cents of every $1 you spend on heating and cooling.
Excessive humidity: humid air pulled from the outside into your home creates humidity and comfort issues.
Musty odor or fume smells: potential backdrafting of gas appliances, auto exhaust and radon gas can cause safety and health issues.
Improve Your Home Energy Efficiency with Duct Sealing Savings!
The Aeroseal Process:
The inspection and pre-seal leakage test: this tells us how leaky the ductwork is, both in square inches and in CFM (cubic feet per minute).
The sealing: we seal the ductwork with the computer operated Aeroseal patented aerosol mist. The ducts are put under positive pressure and where air leaks from the ductwork, the mist seals the leak from the inside (it does not coat the duct, it just fills the leak).
The post-sealing leakage test: this tells us how much of a reduction in leakage there was and your projected energy savings.
The printed report: we print your report with the pre-seal leakage results, the post-seal leakage results, and your projected energy savings. Check out a sample report to see what kind of valuable information you’ll get.