Reduce Your Building’s Energy Consumption

Looking to reduce your building’s energy costs? The rules for energy savings are changing.

Reduce Your Building’s Energy Consumption

Looking to reduce your building’s energy costs? The rules for energy savings are changing.

DOE: Leaky Ducts are a Commercial Building Problem

According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), leaky ductwork is one of the biggest contributors to energy waste in U.S. buildings today.

There is a simple solution to this costly problem. You can reduce a building’s energy consumption by sealing the air ductwork using Aeroseal. In fact, the DOE now ranks duct sealing as one of the most effective strategies for reducing energy costs.

Aeroseal Energy Consumption Reduction

Look Past Lighting for Guaranteed Energy-Savings

Since duct sealing addresses multiple sources of energy waste, commercial contractors and ESCOs use it as an ECM to gain flexibility in reaching energy-saving goals.

Lower HVAC Requirements

60% of a building’s HVAC energy goes to its fans. Studies show reducing leaks 15% drops fan requirements by 40% or more – saving thousands of dollars every month.

Shrink Energy Waste

Duct sealing reduces energy waste by eliminating the cracks and holes in ductwork that draw unconditioned, contaminated air into the building.

Reduce System Costs

Energy costs are reduced by increasing the efficiency of the HVAC fans and by eliminating excess ventilation loads.

Aeroseal Results

Aeroseal’s solution has made duct sealing cost effective and simple to accomplish, making it a top energy-saving strategy for building owners and facility managers looking to eliminate energy consumption problems.

Below are just a few examples of Aeroseal at work.  You can view more case studies here.

Ameresco uses duct sealing as an ECM for Federal prison project in San Diego.

Federal Prison Facility

Clinton Prairie School Corporation

Clinton Prairie Schools

Miami Valley South Hospital Aeroseal Project

Miami Valley Hospital