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Aeroseal (R) Technology: What is it? How is it Installed?

What is Aeroseal and How is It Installed | Viccarone HeatingAeroseal® Technology:  What is it?  How is it installed?

Aeroseal® is an innovative breakthrough that helps to seal duct leaks throughout a home or facility.  During the Aeroseal® process, “nano” polymer particles are dispersed around the edges of the duct leak.  From that point, the particles adhere to one another until a seal is formed and gaps are sealed.  This is an incredible technology used for both homes and businesses. For extensive information please visit www.aeroseal.com and watch the videos and gain further education on the process. 


Aeroseal® More than just Sealing Internal Leaks:

It regulates temperature!

Aeroseal® will bring your home or facility to more even temperatures.  It is guaranteed to keep supply air flow throughout the proper duct and venting channels so that you can allow your air conditioner and furnace to keep you comfortable in the summer and winter seasons.


It helps Protect against Allergens:

Aeroseal® works to keep dust particles and allergens away.  If you or a member of your home or facility has allergies, you can expect a smaller risk of these allergens entering through leaks in your closed loop HVAC system.


Can Lower Utility Expenses:

Aeroseal® can lower your utility bills.  As a result, your furnace and air conditioner doesn’t have to work as hard and therefore, you can expect lower monthly expenses, more efficient and long-lasting equipment.


How does Aeroseal® work?

First, a Viccarone Heating professional will plug your registers with foam inserts.  The technician will connect the Aeroseal® machine into your supply duct work.  This will test and evaluate the percent of leakage your home is experiencing in the total system (CFM loss).  The average home that experiences these problems will face between 30 to 40 percent of duct leakage.


After this is completed, Aeroseal equipment will be started up and compressed air with polymer particles will start blowing into gaps, holes or small openings in your pipes & duct work. This solution and components are similar to components used in making glue, interior latex paint and chewing gum. Totally safe and friendly to people, pets and environments.


The Aeroseal ® product will be dispersed into your duct system.  While the sealant exits the duct system, it will adhere along edges where leaks are located.  This product will form and seal these gaps. Homeowners can see the results as they happen from the computer-controlled display and reduction in CFM loss figures.

 

Only one to two ounces of the sealant is needed to seal each leak and it is capable of sealing gaps up to ¾”.
http://try.aeroseal.com/consumer/

 

  • Enjoy the ultimate in home COMFORT.
  • Breathe HEALTHIER air and REDUCE dust.
  • PROTECT and PROLONG your heating/cooling equipment.
  • SAVE money on your energy costs.
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