Aeroseal Closing The Gap State By State
Hawaii, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Vermont, Wisconsin, Maine and Wyoming. That’s it. We are sooo close. Only ten states to go before homeowners and property managers in every state in the country will have access to at least one Aeroseal service provider. Not bad for a technology that has been available for just a short time. In fact, Aeroseal has reached a number of milestones that attest to its rapid adoption and succes. In just the last couple of years: – The number of Aeroseal dealers nationwide has grown to more than 300. – Aeroseal has also gone global with service providers now in places like Canada, Australia, France, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates – More than 100,000 buildings and homes have been sealed to date During the same timeframe, Aeroseal has gained significant industry acceptance as well. In the last 24 months, a number of standards bodies and green building certification organizations have updated their specifications to reflect the groundbreaking capabilities of aerosol duct sealing. Underwriters Laboratory (UL) recently added a new certification category, UL 1381, specifically to cover aerosol duct sealing. Also, the proposed ANSI/BPI standard BPI-3300-A-201x, is currently written to include for the first time reference to the use of aerosol-based duct sealing technology. Other examples include the Federal Energy Management Program’s (FEMP) ranking of aerosol duct sealing as one of the top ten strategies for reducing building energy consumption and Home Innovations Labs recent approval of Aeroseal as a National Green Building Standard (NGBS) product. In addition, many local, state and industry green building specifications for permissible duct leakage have tightened to such a degree that they are only reachable through the use of Aeroseal. All of this makes one thing clear. We are seeing aeroseal duct sealing quickly becoming a standard practice for both new construction and retrofit projects alike. If you want to find out if there is currently an Aeroseal dealer near your neighborhood, check out the dealer locator page on our website at www.aeroseal.com. And if you don’t find one near you today – check back. We are adding new dealers all the time.