Aeroseal FAQ: What to Expect When Aeroseal is On SiteKevin Dugan
Aeroseal’s commercial team recently kicked off an FAQ webinar series to walk through the most common questions mechanical contractors and ESCOs across the nation have about Aeroseal’s duct sealing technology.
After thorough preparation, energy models, and energy audits, your project is ready for duct sealing. The Aeroseal team will be on-site to perform the proven process. And while this part of our commercial duct sealing process is straightforward, this webinar looks at what to expect and how to best prepare for a successful duct sealing.
Project Preparation Rundown
Jake Smith, Aeroseal’s director of commercial field operations, walked through some of the details and considerations to keep in mind when preparing to have his team on site.
Communication before, during, and after the seal is of paramount importance to ensure there are no surprises for you or the operations team. For example, depending on the length of the project, certain levels of storage, parking, and room access are all required for a smooth day of sealing. It is also helpful to have a customer representative present for any additional building access as needed to avoid any issues.
To learn more about the on-site duct sealing process with Aeroseal and how to best prepare, watch the full-length recording below.