Grant yourself peace of mind, knowing that our non-intrusive duct sealing service is not only protecting your investment, but enhancing the comfort and quality of life for your family for years to come.
Fixed hot or cold rooms, removed drafts, and improved airflow
Reduced illness-causing dust and allergens for improved air quality
Proven to be over 95% effective for significant utility savings
Timely service with little inconvenience or clean up
Non-toxic and food-safe and frequently used in public facilities and hospitals
100% pet safe and doesn’t require you to leave your home
Doesn’t affect existing A/C, furnace, or home electronics
Application system gives before-and-after reports for precise measurements
Almost every home in the United States (95%) has some form of duct leakage. When as much 30% of your home’s conditioned air doesn’t circulate correctly, it creates hot and cold spots or drafts — not to mention unhappy family members. Until now, the only solution to the problem typically required major disruptions to the home and often renovations to home interiors.
Midwest Aeroseal is the smart solution to uneven heating, drafts, and high utility bills. Our non-invasive service seals your ducts from the inside. Using a safe, non-toxic, water-based sealant to seek out fill all the holes, cracks and gaps in your home’s duct work, improving the comfort, energy efficiency and air quality of your home.
The investment you make in your home is often the most significant financial investment you’ll make in your life. It’s important that it runs well. Over time, leaky ducts and improper ventilation can cost you thousands of dollars in energy or repairs. And that’s just the financial cost — your house is your home — it deserves to be comfortable. Don’t live with hot or cold spots, drafty rooms and hallways or uneven heating and cooling. These symptoms of leaky duct work can be remedied with little-to-no inconvenience or clean-up — all in just a few short hours.
It may work for everything else, but beyond the obvious fact that duct tape is impossible to apply to every nook-and-cranny of your duct work, it’s less than ideal — neither perfect nor permanent — not being airtight while often losing adhesiveness after a few years. Even proper duct sealing done using a silicone caulking or mastic can only go so far, it’s messy and time consuming to administer and requires direct access to all duct work to apply.