Your Frisco, Texas, home’s ductwork naturally develops cracks and leaks over time, which can lead to serious efficiency and air quality issues down the road. Fortunately, professional duct sealing can help. From increased efficiency to improved indoor air quality, discover four benefits of Aeroseal duct sealing.
Increased Energy Efficiency
As your ductwork ages and shows signs of wear and tear, it can lose a substantial amount of energy when conditioned air leaks through developing cracks. Duct sealing can increase your HVAC system’s efficiency by up to 20 percent, which can be a big boost to your heating and cooling system. At Advanced Home Comfort, we typically recommend Aeroseal, which we apply by releasing the airborne substance in your ductwork and then applying air pressure, forcing the Aeroseal polymers to attach to and seal cracks.
Lower Energy Bills
Decreasing your energy consumption with duct sealing is a great way to go green, and it can also make an impact on your household budget. Naturally, using less energy means your utility bills will decrease, too. That means Aeroseal can be great for your wallet and helping your family make eco-friendly changes.
Improved Indoor Air Quality
When your home’s ductwork develops cracks, it doesn’t just cause air to leak out. Dust, pollen, pet dander, and other airborne contaminants can also find their way into the ductwork. Once they’re in your ductwork, they can easily disperse throughout your home. Aeroseal duct sealing can stop indoor pollutants in their tracks and help your family breathe easier.
Better Comfort for Years to Come
Not all duct sealing options are long-lasting, but Aeroseal comes with a guarantee. When you choose this advanced and effective method for sealing your home’s ductwork, you can look forward to improved comfort for years to come.
Whether you want to learn more about Aeroseal or you’re ready to schedule a duct sealing consultation, we’re at your service. Call the ductwork experts at Advanced Home Comfort today at 972-299-8578.
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