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Duct Sealing & AerosealElk Grove Village, IL, Hoffman Estates, IL, Palatine, IL, Schaumburg, IL, Roselle, IL & Bartlett, IL

When you’re looking to improve the comfort and efficiency of your home, don’t forget about your air ducts.  The branching network of ducts is vital to the performance of your HVAC systems.  Ductwork that is in poor condition has been proven to allow 15% to 30% of conditioned air to escape, wasting large amounts of energy, increasing electricity use, and contributing to the emission of pollutants.  Unfiltered air from attics, garages and basements may also be drawn in through leaks and circulated with your breathing air.  To improve indoor air quality, boost comfort and greatly reduce costs, call Residential Heating & Cooling for aerosol duct sealing.

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Ductwork sealing can be tricky business.  Some ductwork is not easily accessible, and traditional methods require technicians to enter attics and crawlspaces to find leaks manually, repairing them one by one.  This process is time- and labor-intensive, and can prove costly.  Aeroseal sealing, by comparison, requires much less time and effort, while sealing a larger portion of leakage more quickly.  

Aeroseal ExpertsSchaumburg, IL, South Barrington, IL, Palatine, IL, Hoffman Estates, IL, Roselle, IL, Bartlett, IL, Palatine, IL, Mount Prospect, IL, Hanover Park, IL & Elk Grove Village, IL

If you’ve never heard of aeroseal duct sealing, it is gaining popularity as a more effective and convenient method of safeguarding the condition of ductwork.  After closing off the system’s grilles and registers, the trained specialists from Residential Heating & Cooling will introduce air containing aerosolized adhesive particles.  As the air is blown in, it will speed up and turn sharply when forced through any leaks in the ductwork.  The aerosolized particles deposit on the edges, building up and sealing holes as large as one inch across.

Aeroseal duct sealing allows your heating and cooling equipment to reach and maintain desired temperatures more easily and uniformly.  A properly sealed duct system improves indoor air quality by reducing the entry of dust, molds, excessive humidity, exhaust gases, pollen and other allergens and odors.  You’ll enjoy a fresher, healthier home and pay far less in monthly energy bills.  To learn more about the beneficial and cost-effective process of aeroseal duct sealing, contact Residential Heating & Cooling at (224) 310-5613.  Our highly trained technicians will be happy to answer any questions you might have, and get started on improving your comfort.

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