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Aeroseal Commercial Duct Sealing


How Aeroseal Duct Sealing Works

Sealing ductwork used to be a huge project that was a very messy mastic paste and tape job that never really seemed to get the job done.

With Aeroseal and sealing the duct work from the inside, you can enjoy all the benefits of sealed duct work duct without the hassle or expense or outdated methods. Enjoy these key features:

  • Increase Your Comfort
  • Lower Energy Consumption
  • CImprove Air Quality
  • Pre & Post Leakage Measurements

Aeroseal duct sealing is used in commercial buildings around the world to increase energy efficiency, improve comfort, and indoor air quality. By sealing ducts from the inside, Aeroseal is most efficient and least disruptive duct sealing solution available on the market!


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Safety Data Sheet

Product Data Sheet

Engineering Specifications

Submittal Data




How Can I Tell if My Ducts are Leaking?

Do all ducts leak? The short answer is; Most likely, yes, they do.

ASHRAE says that as much as 75% of ducts leak an average of 10-25% of normal airflow. That’s 200-700% more than ASHRAE’s recommended standard of only 3%!

A Solution to High Energy Costs in Commercial Buildings

Aeroseal technology has made duct sealing so efficient and cost effective, this technique is quickly becoming one of the top strategies for building owners and facility managers who want to reduce energy costs.

Can Leaky Ductwork Affect Indoor Air Quality?

There are two fairly common ways that leaky ductwork affects indoor air quality:

  1. Leaks in the return air flow duct could contain contaminants from one part of the building or residence to be transported via the duct system and then spread throughout the rest of the system.
  2. Leaks in the ventilation shaft could also reduce the efficiency of exhaust fans. This can cause mold and mildew issues which leads to further IAQ deterioration.

Aeroseal is a Cost Effective Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Solution

With Aeroseal, improving indoor air quality of your building or home could be a relatively simple and cost-effective process.

Aeroseal seals ductwork from the inside of the system. It systematically locates and seals the leaks that cause poor IAQ.

With this system, there is no heavy construction (opening walls, ceilings or crawl spaces). Quite often, multi-floor buildings can have Aeroseal applied from top to bottom without any major disruption or inconvenience to the occupants.



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