The Best AeroSeal Duct Sealing Service In Central Indiana

Whether you realize it or not, leaking duct vents are costing you money. Leaks cause conditioned air to seep into the attic or crawl space before it reaches your home’s interior. Your HVAC system consumes more energy as it works harder and longer to keep you comfortable within your home.

AeroSeal duct sealing is a specialized system designed to seal these money draining leaks.

Imagine being able to…

  • Save up to 40% every month on your energy bill
  • Control the temperature in your hard-to-heat or cool rooms, providing you with extra comfort
  • Improve the air quality for your family by reducing dust and allergens in your home

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much will duct sealing save me in energy costs?
A series of government reports have shown that air duct sealing can lead to up to $850 in energy savings per year. Exact savings are difficult to precisely estimate since they depend on a multitude of variables, but some homeowners have saved up to 40% on their energy bill.
Is the sealant used in Aeroseal safe?
The sealant used by Aeroseal is non-toxic and has been used in hospitals, surgery centers, and government institutions. The primary component is used in chewing gum, water based paints and hair spray.
Do ducts need to be cleaned prior to sealing?
Extremely dirty ducts should be cleaned. Your technician will assess the condition of ducts prior to beginning the Aeroseal process.
Can duct sealing fix my hot or cold rooms?
By sealing your ductwork, you can expect air to be delivered where it is designed to go and not into your basement, attic, or crawl space. This reduces hot or cold spots in rooms and between floors.
Can duct sealing reduce the amount of dust in my home?
Ductwork runs through attics, crawlspaces, basements, garages, and walls. Leaking return air ducts pull in dust and other indoor air pollutants and sends them through your HVAC system into the living areas of your home. Aeroseal can reduce the amount of leakage by as much as 90%, reducing dust and other indoor air pollutants from the conditioned air in your home.
What about leaks that are too big?
Broken and disconnected ducts – large leaks – need to be fixed prior to sealing. If a hidden large leak is uncovered during sealing, the process is stopped and a solution is discussed.
Does Aeroseal harm electronics?
We will cover any sensitive electronics when we prepare your home for the Aeroseal duct sealing process.