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Is Aeroseal Right for You?

Do you have uncomfortable hot or cold rooms in your house, dusty or musty air that aggravates allergies, or high utility bills that leave something to be desired month after month? The bad news: You may have leaky ducts.

The good news: Aeroseal’s duct work sealing technology has helped improve home comfort, overall air quality, and energy savings in homes across the country. When 30 cents of every $1 spent on heating/cooling leaks before making it to your living space, properly sealed ducts make a big difference in savings.

So what’s so unique about Aeroseal? Aeroseal uses a simple, non-toxic mist to seal leaks in 4 to 8 hours, saving a home owner on average $600 to $850 a year (energy.gov). Before injecting airborne adhesive particles into your HVAC system, skilled technicians block your registers to direct the mist towards any cracks, holes and leaks. This process is computer-controlled and analyzed for consumers, keeping them informed throughout the entire process.

Here at Barron, we’re a proud dealer of Aeroseal because we believe wholeheartedly in the benefits. In fact, the Department of Energy, This Old House Magazine, and Popular Science have all backed Aeroseal as a valuable technology for American consumers.

If you’re experiencing home comfort issues and don’t know where to turn, Barron and Aeroseal can help. Give us a call or fill out our contact form to take the next steps towards home comfort.
To get the full scoop on Aeroseal, check out our website or visit aeroseal.com.
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