Duct Sealing Service & Ductwork SealingAdel, GA, Hahira, GA, Nashville, GA, Lakeland, GA, Valdosta, GA & Douglas, GA
According to the US Department of Energy, the average home sacrifices 25 – 40% of heated/cooled air to duct leakage. Leaks diminish the efficiency and effectiveness of the HVAC system. You pay higher monthly bills for less comfort. Take advantage of Aeroseal duct sealing services from Ray & Son Heating & Air Conditioning in Nashville, Valdosta & the surrounding areas and reduce expenses as well as strain on heating and cooling equipment. We resolve holes in the ducts from the inside out. There’s no mess, damage, or unpleasant odors, and the job is completed in just a few hours.
Dependable Duct Sealing Services In Nashville, Valdosta & the surrounding areas
Aeroseal duct sealing is entirely safe and non-toxic. Pressurized air laced with adhesive polymer particles is blown into the ducts. As the air escapes through joints, seams, and gaps, the particles attach to the edge of the opening and buildup an airtight seal. The procedure accesses the entirety of the duct system and our qualified professionals verify the results. At Ray & Son Heating & Air Conditioning, we stand behind every job with a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee. Give us a call at (229) 329-1815 for skilled service anywhere across Valdosta, Clyattville, Quitman, Hahira, Nashville, Adel, Lakeland, Eldorado, Tifton, Douglas & Moultrie, GA.
Some of the many benefits of Aeroseal duct sealing include:
- Combats musty odors
- Healthier indoor air quality
- Helps prevent moisture
- Improves comfort
- Keeps a cleaner indoor environment
- Less wear and tear on HVAC equipment
- Lower utility costs
- More even temperature throughout the home
- Reduces energy usage
Why Aeroseal Duct Sealing?
Simply, Aeroseal duct sealing takes care of the leaks in your central heating and air system ductwork. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates the average home has 25 percent to 40 percent duct leakage, which allows air you’ve paid to heat or cool to escape.
Conditioned air that escapes before it reaches the rooms of your home is wasted and consequently replaced from areas such as attics and crawl spaces. This affects your comfort, your health, as well as your energy bills.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, duct sealing is the most beneficial energy technologies for American consumers.
How Does Aeroseal Duct Sealing Work?
Rather than manually sealing metal ducts and seams with tape or other methods, Aeroseal coats the leaks in the ducts from the inside. With a simple and safe sealing formula, Aeroseal targets all the cracks and holes – including the ones you can’t see and can’t reach.
The coating is safe, non-toxic, and is the same material used in chewing gum and baby pacifiers. In as little as a few hours, your home’s ductwork is sealed. There is no clean-up necessary and minimal inconvenience with Aeroseal.
If you have an older home, it’s possible duct cleaning or ductwork repair prior to Aeroseal service is necessary. Some older homes have ductwork made from degrading materials. The heating and cooling will ultimately perform better once this is resolved.
Better Indoor Air Quality After Aeroseal
While air escapes from leaks in ductwork, indoor contaminants in crawl spaces, attics, and basements find their way into your ducts. These contaminants include dust, debris, and other pollutants, such as insect or rodent parts and droppings.
Keep more indoor pollution out of your ductwork. It means less debris trapped in your air filter and less to settle on HVAC components and in the rooms of your home.
Clogged filters and dirty components also strain your HVAC equipment. This excess wear and tear speeds up its aging process and the need for HVAC repairs.
Save Money with Aeroseal Duct Sealing
In addition to better HVAC performance, you’ll realize savings in your heating and cooling bills. Plus, with more consistent airflow, your home feels more comfortable. Enjoy more consistent temperatures in every room.
Independent government-sponsored studies indicate sealing ductwork can save homeowners up to $850 each year! Obviously, exact energy saving estimates are a challenge to predict, because it depends on your climate, the age of your home, the efficiency of your HVAC system, how many rooms you have, and your energy source and rates. It’s best to have a free assessment.
Ray & Son Heating & Air Conditioning performs an audit and calculates the amount of cold and warm air you’re currently losing. Most people are surprised at the amount. Interested? Learn more about this American-made technology with Ray & Son Heating & Air Conditioning!