Aeroseal in Redlands, Yucaipa, Palm Desert, Highland, CA, and the Surrounding Areas
Aeroseal Installation in Yucaipa, Redlands, Palm Desert, Highland, San Bernardino, Loma Linda, Banning, Beaumont, Palm Spring, Thousand Palms, Indio, Colton, Rialto, Cabazon, CA, and the Surrounding Areas
Aeroseal is a duct sealant that works from the inside of the ducts. Most home leak around 40% of airflow into the attic, this causes energy to be wasted as well as high utility bills. With the Aeroseal of the ductwork Russell’s Heating and Air Conditioning can get the percentage under 5% air loss. This allows for the cooling and heating to make it to the grills rather than the attic. Have you ever noticed hot or cold spots within your home? Is it dusty? Is the energy higher than you think it should be? These are all signs to be giving the comfort advisors at Russell’s heating and air conditioning a call at (909)797-5669 for a free duct test.
How it works
Aeroseal is a patented process that allows the ducts to be sealed from the inside. Our Aeroseal team here at Russell’s are highly trained professionals in this process. The technician will seal off the ventilation system within the home by plugging the registers to ensure the air is pushing through the leaks. The Aeroseal process allows the machine to pretest and inject non-toxic sealant into the ductwork of your home. The aerosol particles will begin to collect around the holes with the ductwork and seal the leaky ductwork from the inside out. Once the process is complete your certified Aeroseal technician will provide you with a printed certificate summarizing your results.
There are many different benefits to Aeroseal the ductwork within your home. Aeroseal can improve the comfort of the rooms inside the home, reduce the energy bill, and improve the quality of the air inside your home. Many homeowners call us at Russell’s heating and air conditioning because the rooms inside their home have hot and cold spots which cause discomfort. Allowing the technicians to perform an air test on the home allows the homeowners to see exactly what they are losing from their ductwork.
The second reason we get phone calls about ductwork is there is a lot of dust inside the home. When a home has leaky ductwork, the air will pull in the dust, mold, and other pollutants into the home. This can cause allergies to flare up. The third and final reason, high energy bills. When a home has leaky ductwork, the unit is having to run longer and harder to keep the home cool or warm. Which in turn uses a lot of energy.