Aeroseal: Duct Sealing Commercial Buildings

Commercial Aeroseal In Bellingham, WA

Benefits of sealing your commercial duct system with Aeroseal

  • Reduce energy consumption and utility costs
    • The U.S. Department of Energy studies show that ductwork in commercial building exceed the American Society of Heating, Refrigerant, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) standards by an average of 20%
    • According to ASHRAE, just 20% leakage in an exhaust system can increase fan energy use by up to 95%
  • Improved performance of the HVAC system creates lower tenant turnover saving building owners time and money
  • Fixes poor ventilation in desired areas
    • Duct leakage has been linked to poor indoor air quality, insufficient humidity control, and health hazards such as sick building disease
  • Increased heating and cooling capacity
  • Improves the ability of zoning systems to operate properly
Aeroseal Commercial is the best duct sealing solution for building owners.

How Aeroseal works

Aeroseal duct sealing is used in commercial buildings to increase energy efficiency and improve comfort and indoor air quality.   This video takes you inside a typical commercial duct sealing project, highlighting the steps involved in using this safe and easy-to-administer process. By sealing from inside the ducts, Aeroseal is most effective and least invasive duct sealing solution available.

  • Aeroseal uses a patented technology to increase energy efficiency and reduce heating, cooling, and ventilation costs by sealing the ducts from the inside
  • Because the Aeroseal process is non-invasive, it allows for quick return-to-service, and very little intrusion to building occupants
  • The system is tested before and after sealing to provide the customer with a certification of sealing which shows the estimated savings from the Aeroseal investment
  • The diffusers are temporarily blockedCommercial Aeroseal In Bellingham, WA
  • The system is pressurized using a computer controlled fan
  • Sealant particles are then aerosolized and distributed throughout the ductwork
  • As the sealant is pushed through the leaks, it builds upon the holes, eventually completely filling the gap
  • Once all of the gaps are sealed, the system is tested to ensure sealing is complete
  • The temporary blocks are removed, and the system is put back into commission

What are the Experts Saying about Duct Sealing?

  • “Energy 100” Award for one of the most beneficial technologies available to American Consumers – U.S. Department of Energy
  • “Best of What’s New” Award – Popular Science Magazine