Inc. uses Aeroseal technology to seal the ductwork from the
inside out by using a UL tested and approved sealing material.
It's clean and safe.
High Energy Bills Have you
ever thought you might be paying more than you should?
homeowners are unaware that more than 80% of all U.S. homes have
significant leakage in their duct systems, with up to 40% of conditioned
air being lost through perforations, seams, and gaps in ductwork.
Not sealing these leaks is like leaving your front door open all
year long. Every time your heating or cooling system runs, treated
(heated or cooled) air leaks out of the ductwork, and untreated
air is pulled into your home. That's a lot of wasted money.
Inc. uses a set of unique and patented technologies for duct
diagnostics and sealing. We can diagnose whether your duct system
has enough leakage to merit sealing, and provide you with an estimate
how much you can save by sealing those leaks. Jett-Seal Inc.
can reduce your energy use by up to 30%. Find out how Jett-Seal
Inc. and Aeroseal can
help you. Click here or
to schedule an in-home consultation. In Hot Springs call 501.760.SEAL(7325)
~ Has about 180 feet of ductwork
~ Accumulates over 40 pounds of dust each year
~ Leaks 20% of conditioned air
~ Wastes $300 a year in energy cost through leaky ducts
every home in the United States sealed leaking ductwork:
~ Consumers would save over $5 billion in energy costs every year
~ It would be like taking 13 million cars off the road every year
Did you know that your ductwork is the most likely cause of
Leaks at elbows, fittings, and joints in your ductwork cause losses
of conditioned air before it gets to your rooms. Sometimes poor
duct design, inadequate insulation, careless initial installation,
or damage from other construction trades, can cause ducts to perform
poorly. In other cases, a duct can be so long that back pressure
causes air flows to be too low, which in turn affects delivery
temperatures. Rooms that receive low airflow and/or poor delivery
temperatures are generally uncomfortable. Raising or lowering
the thermostat to compensate means that other parts of your home
will be overheated or overcooled.
Poor Indoor Quality
Excess dust? Getting allergies at home?
ductwork might be causing the problem. Leaks in return ducts pull
in dust from dirty attics, basements, or crawlspaces. This polluted
air can bypass the filter, be delivered to your furnace fan, then
distributed into your supply ducts, and finally blown into the
living area of your home.
diagnose whether your ductwork has significant flows through leaks,
and then seal the small rips, separations and cracks that add
up to cause that leakage. Aeroseal can improve your indoor air
quality along with your allergies.