Your home’s health is your health
The EPA lists indoor pollution has a top 5 risk to your health!
An unsealed system can make your family sick!
Sealing the ductwork is vital to your health.
But don’t just take our word for it…
In fact, The American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology estimates that 50% of all illnesses are caused by poor indoor air quality (IAQ). The EPA lists indoor pollution as one of the top five environmental risks to public health, causing 8.5 million deaths each year.
Sealing your leaky ducts will result in:
– Greater humidity control
– Cleaner indoor air
– Less dust
– Reduced energy consumption
Control humidity and avoid mold growth
Leaky return ducts pull in moisture from a damp crawl space or basement which usually leads to mold growth. Sealing those returns will block that unconditioned air from entering the system and eliminate the threat of mold growth inside your ducts.
Create a Cleaner Environment
Stop dust and dirt from being blasted all over your house. It’s being sucked in to your ductwork through cracks and holes in unconditioned spaces (attics, crawlspaces, behind walls, etc.)
Healthy Airflow Throughout Your Home
Sealing your ducts blocks out all the dust, dirt and allergens, providing the fresh air that you expect and putting your mind at ease.
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Of your time is spent indoors
Quality of indoor air can be more polluted than outside
The EPA states that IAQ is a Top 5 Health Risk
1 in 12
The number of people with asthma continues to grow
Facts About Duct Sealing
We’ve included third-party information about the importance of duct sealing for improving comfort, air quality, and energy efficiency/savings in homes (and buildings too).
Did You Know?
There may be energy-related rebates available from your local energy service provider. This is a great way to save even more!
Many utility companies have rebate programs that include duct sealing and other home improvements that make your house more energy efficient. To find our more please contact your utility company or request a consultation with your local Aeroseal Partner.