Achieve Energy Efficiency with Aerobarrier

By making buildings airtight, Aerobarrier presents an affordable solution to improving energy efficiency both for new constructions and retrofits

Aerobarrier makes your home more energy efficient and comfortable by minimizing air leakage. By reducing the ways in which cold air can enter and heat can exit, Aerobarrier saves you money in the long term by reducing the energy required to heat and ventilate your home. Installation is rapid and easy, with guaranteed results. By improving the energy efficiency of the building, Aerobarrier helps your home achieve energy code compliance.

Air sealing with Aerobarrier works by blowing an aerosol sealant into your home, blocking any air leaks. One of our technicians will transport the equipment to your home and perform a blower door test first to measure the baseline air-tightness of your home. We then seal any ventilation points with plastic adhesives. The building is then pressurized with a pump and blower door, and the sealant is distributed around the space as an aerosol. The results are monitored in real-time by computer until the process is complete, and the protective adhesives are removed. The final result: an airtight, energy efficient home.

  • By reducing options for heat loss, Aerobarrier sealant greatly increases your home’s energy savings

  • Aerobarrier is assured to reduce air leaks, improve indoor air quality, and all-round comfort

  • By blocking off undesired passages of air, Aerobarrier contributes to noise reduction

  • Aerobarrier is moisture and insect resistant, preventing complications

  • A home sealed with Aerobarrier that uses mechanical ventilation requires less HVAC equipment and reduces energy costs and duct work for new builds

    Why choose us for air sealing?

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    How long after the air sealing process can work resume in the space?

    The sealing process usually takes just a few hours and once it’s finished, the space can be used after just 30 minutes of regular ventilation by opening windows and doors.

    How long does Aerobarrier last?

    Air sealing with Aerobarrier is designed and has been shown to last for as long as 40 years. In the history of the product, there have been next to no reports of failure within that time frame. On top of this, Aerobarrier comes with a 10-year warranty on seals that are installed following its patented procedures.

    What prep work needs to be done before applying Aerobarrier?

    Aerobarrier requires all ventilation points to be sealed, including open wall cavities, which will be carried out by one of our technicians. Besides this, little to no preparation is required.

    When can Aerobarrier be applied?

    Aerobarrier can be applied in any circumstance where the space can be sealed. During construction, it is most economical to apply pre- or post-drywall installation. However, fully constructed spaces can also have Aerobarrier installed.

    What's in the material being sprayed and is it safe?

    Aerobarrier is a non-toxic, water and latex-based sealant. It is independently verified as meeting the GREENGUARD Gold certification for safety.

    How much does Aerobarrier cost?

    Aerobarrier can cost between $1.00 to $3.00 per square foot, depending on the building size, the nature of the space, and the number and size of the leaks which need sealing.