The research findings are clear. Indoor air quality is a huge factor in the health and well being of building occupants.

The average American spends 60% to 90% of his or her time indoors and while a lot of attention has been given to the effects of outside pollution, the EPA estimates that indoor air contaminants be as much as 50 times worse. A main contributor: leaky ductwork.

Leaky Ducts and Indoor Air Quality?

There are two main ways that leaky ductwork plays a major role in creating poor indoor air quality:First, leaks in the return duct allow contaminants from one part of the building to be sucked into the duct system and then spread throughout the rest of the facility. Second, leaks in the ventilation shaft reduce the effectiveness of the exhaust fans used to suck dirty and stale air out of the building. This can cause mold and mildew issues which leads to further IAQ deterioration. Often times, multi-floor buildings are Aerosealed from top to bottom without disruption to the occupants or normal operations of the businesses inside.

An easy Indoor Air Quality Solution.

Now, improving the indoor air quality of your building can be a simple and cost-effective process. Aeroseal works from the inside of the ducts to locate and seal the leaks that cause poor IAQ. No tearing down walls or stripping off insulation. Often times, multi-floor buildings are aerosealed from top to bottom without disruption to the occupants or normal operation of the businesses inside.

Proven to Solve IAQ Problems.

Aeroseal eliminated more than 90% of the duct leaks at the J.W. Marriott Hotel in Atlanta, GA. The vent shafts within the 23-story luxury skyscraper were sealed without a single guest aware that the project was taking place.


Aeroseal helps buildings of all types solve IAQ problems.  You can view more commercial case studies here.

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