Aeroseal for your Home
Aeroseal is installed fast, improves your home’s air flow and saves you money on energy bills
Aeroseal seals your home’s air ducts and vents to ensure air travels where it’s needed. With minimum leakage and without sucking in bad air, our technology will help you save energy and pay less in bills by distributing air more evenly throughout your home. By doing so, it reduces dust and allergens, all while making your home more environmentally friendly.
Aeroseal works by blowing an aerosol sealant into your ducts, seeking out leaks and blocking them. One of our certified contractors will block the vents throughout your home before blowing the sealant through your ducts. Our live monitoring software allows the technician to measure any leakages while the Aeroseal process is underway. Within a few hours, the polymer particles find their ways to the holes, closing off the leaks.
Duct cleaning can help:
- Save on energy bills
- Enjoy cleaner air throughout your home
- Only non-toxic, water based materials are used
- The entire process takes less than a few hours
- Heat and air conditioning will now be more evenly distributed throughout your home
- See the results in action with our live-monitoring system
Why choose us for duct cleaning?
Fully Certified and Licensed
I am NM’s only certified Master Inspector, NADCA Certified ASCS, VSMR and licensed general contractor. I also hold multiple Radon Certifications and Indoor Air Certifications.
Our quotes are 100% accurate. We always perform a video inspection prior to cleaning and restoration so we can always stand by them.
Highest Rated in NM
Our professionalism, knowledge, and customer service is reflected by our stellar reviews on Google, Yelp, Home Advisor, and Angie’s List.
Certified as NM’s Top Professionals
All of our technicians are background checked and our licensing and insurance is verified, so you can rest easy knowing the job will be completed to the highest standards.
Will Aeroseal work on my in-slab air ducts?
Aeroseal will work in your in-slab air ducts under the right conditions. The surfaces of the duct’s interior must be dry and cannot be holding standing water. Otherwise, this can cause the seals to degrade. Aeroseal is intended to improve the delivery of clean air throughout a residential building, assisting with the providence of air conditioning or heating. It is not intended to act as a water barrier or a restoration coating.
Why Do You Need to Seal Ductwork?
Ductwork does not need to be sealed, but doing so will enormously improve its effectiveness. This translates into savings on utility bills and cleaner air, overall increasing comfort throughout your home. It can help to improve the functioning of air conditioning units and the delivery of heat around your home. It can also reduce the amount of dust which can be sucked up and transported around your home by poorly sealed vents.
Does Aeroseal Have an Odor?
Aeroseal does not leave an odor. This is the case both during the initial application of the sealant and throughout the product’s lifetime.
How Long Will the Duct Sealant Last?
Aeroseal 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, Aeroseal comes with a 10 year warranty on seals which are installed following its patented procedures.
What Does Aeroseal Cost?
Aeroseal can range from $1,000 to $4,000 depending on the size of the home and state of the ductwork. As Aeroseal can save anywhere between $400-850 per year in energy bills, it pays for itself within a matter of a few years. During which time, the improvements to the quality of air and therefore the overall comfort within your home are unmatched.