A NADCA Certified Air Duct Cleaning Company, An Authorized Aeroseal Dealer, A Licensed TSSA HVAC Contractor
A NADCA Certified Air Duct Cleaning Company, An Authorized Aeroseal Dealer, A Licensed TSSA HVAC Contractor
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When you factor in the true cost of manually sealing and testing, aerosealing the ductwork in newly constructed homes is the way to go. Not only can it lower costs, but it is faster and more effective than traditional sealing methods. It can be applied any time after the ducts have been installed so it provides unparalleled scheduling flexibility. And since it monitors the sealing process as its working, you know the results right away. No need to call in a third-party to retest – the system generates a final report with the before and after results.

On average, with new construction – we typically see between 300-400 CFM of leakage in a home that’s approx. 2000-2500 sq ft.  If you’d like to ensure that your home is ENERGY EFFICIENT; consider the value of sealing your mechanical hvac system with an award-winning patented technology with GUARANTEED RESULTS!   Exceed building code standards and build with the future in mind!

 

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).

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Ontario Building Code Introduces New Duct Sealing Requirements
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The Ontario Building Code (OBC) 2012 has introduced new duct sealing requirements for both conditioned and unconditioned spaces.  Under the new requirement, all supply ducts located in conditioned spaces shall be sealed to Class C seal level in accordance with the SMACNA, “HVAC Duct Construction Standards – Metal and Flexible”. Class C seal level requires that only transverse joints be sealed (mastics, liquids, or gaskets).

On the other hand, all supply & return ducts located in an unconditioned space or outdoors shall have all joints sealed to SMACNA Class A seal level in accordance with the SMACNA “HVAC Duct Construction Standards – Metal & Flexible”. Class A seal level requires that transverse seams, longitudinal and all applicable penetrations be sealed (mastics, liquids, or gaskets).

For more information on the new requirements, please visit the Building Code website

 

How It Works

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These videos feature the AEROSEAL DUCT SEALING process in the news!

AEROSEAL DUCT SEALING – Featured on ASK THIS OLD HOUSE (PBS)

AEROSEAL DUCT SEALING – Featured on THIS OLD HOUSE (PBS)

AEROSEAL DUCT SEALING – Featured on MARILYN DENIS (CTV)

AEROSEAL DUCT SEALING – Featured on HOLMES ON HOLMES (HGTV Canada & DIY Network US)

Aeroseal – The Technology
• Developed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in 1994.
• Research for Aeroseal was partially funded by the U.S. Department of Energy.
• Aeroseal is the only duct sealant technology that is applied from the inside of the duct system. It is delivered as a non-toxic aerosol mist that seeks out and plugs leaks.
• Aeroseal has proven to be 95% effective at sealing air duct leaks.
• The Department of Energy proclaimed aeroseal technology to be one of the top 23 most important energy conservation technologies for consumers to come out since the department was first established.
• Aeroseal has won several prestigious awards, including DOE energy 100 Award, Popular Science – Best of What’s New, This Old House – new technologies and 2012 EBie award for use on an existing building retrofit project.

Check out our FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS – Aeroseal Duct Sealing

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