Commercial Aeroseal Duct Sealing in Boston, Lawrence, Metheun, & the surrounding communities of Eastern Massachusetts & Southern New Hampshire
What is Commercial Aeroseal?
Aspen Air Duct Cleaning offers commercial Aeroseal to business owners in the Greater Boston Area. Aeroseal software allows our expert technicians to accurately estimate the size of the holes in your commercial building’s ductwork. With the ability to reduce up to 90% of leaks, this patented technology seals leaky air ducts from the inside out with 6 simple steps.
The 6-step Aeroseal process takes little time to bring you big savings & comfort:
Wall registers are covered so air only can escape through the leaks
Sealant is injected into the ducts for approximately 1 hour
Small aerosol particles are kept suspended in the airflow by continuous air movement
As the air stream makes a sharp turn to exit through a leak, the particles collide with and adhere to the leak edges
Ducts are sealed with only 1-2 oz. of the sealant material remaining in the ducts
A computer-generated analysis summarizing your home's or building's amount of leakage is generated, verifying the success of the process
Benefits of Commercial Aeroseal
If your buildings occupants are currently experiencing allergies or discomfort from lack of heat or air conditioning in your space, Aeroseal duct sealing will:
- Rid your building of musty odors
- Create a healthier, dustfree space
- Increases the productivity and lifespan of your HVAC system
- Reduce up to 90% of the ductwork’s leakage
- Decrease fan horsepower
- Lower the cost of your energy bill
Stop Expensive Leaks in Your Company’s Ductwork With Aeroseal
When duct systems are not sealed properly duct work could lose up to 40% of its heating and cooling energy. This notable loss of energy puts extra stress on HVAC systems and property owners’ wallets.
If you find yourself wondering why your HVAC system is suddenly not able to satisfy your demands, you should consider looking into your ductworks’ sealant before spending thousands of dollars replacing your units. Repairing your ductworks’ leaks with aeroseal is the most cost-efficient way to increase the quality of your heating and cooling system and maintain a low energy bill.
Problems With Leaky Ductwork
- High Energy Bill
When leaks in ductwork are present, heat and conditioned air escapes causing the HVAC system to work harder to match the set temperature on its thermostat. This extended operating time creates an increase in energy costs.
- Hot & Cold Spots
Uneven heating and cooling throughout your building are caused by the reduction of airflow in your HVAC system. If there are particularly some areas that are hotter or colder than others, this could be a sign of leaky ductwork.
- Dust Accumulation
The build-up of dust causes filters to clog at a quicker rate which further restricts airflow.
- Unwanted Humidity
The presence of humidity drastically increases the risk of mold growth and endangers the health of those inside the property.
Let Your Customers, Clients, & Employees Breathe Freely In Your Building
Aspen Air Duct Cleaning has been providing indoor air quality solutions to the Greater Boston Area since 2008. The aeroseal sealant is non-toxic and has been used in government facilities, industrial buildings, retail stores, education centers, hospitals, and government facilities all over the world for the past two decades. Our duct sealing services performed by our highly experienced technicians promote the highest levels of customer satisfaction by improving the efficiency of your ductwork. As a proud member of the NADCA, our highly experienced technicians promote the highest levels of customer satisfaction by using the most advanced equipment available. In addition to commercial duct sealing, we also provide residential and commercial air duct cleaning services in an effort to eliminate the threat of leaks before they happen.
Aeroseal Frequently Asked Questions:
Yes, this is a common issue we help solve! Sealing your vents and ducts helps air be delivered where it’s needed, and not leak out of holes into crawl spaces, or unused storage rooms.
Holes bigger than 1/2 inches in diameter are too big for the aeroseal sealant to bond to effectively. Larger, major leaks – like broken, disconnected or damaged ducts – will need to be repaired prior to sealing. Most of the time, we uncover problems like this during our initial test inspection. However, if we find this during our sealing process we can pause the system immediately to stop the flow of sealant, inspect for the problem area and provide an on the spot solution before resuming the seal process.
Aeroseal has a 10 year warranty, and we’ve stress-tested it up to 40 years in homes. We expect your heating and cooling systems to work efficiently for as long as you own your home.