Your Questions About Aeroseal Answered
Do you have questions about Aeroseal technology and would just like the facts?
At Mason Mechanical, we have all the answers you need. Deciding whether there are any real benefits from having ducts sealed with Aeroseal is a head scratcher for most homeowners. We are here to cut through the misinformation and give you all the guidance you need to make the right choice for your home.
Money Saving Considerations
As a new technology that promises to save homeowners money, Aeroseal has homeowners wondering if it’s time to upgrade their ducts. However, there are a number of factors to consider before you take the leap. You may save around $600 – $900 a year but this is by no means guaranteed. A typical return on investment from Aeroseal on ducts average is 2.5 to 5 years.
When you choose Aeroseal, it comes with a ten-year warranty. However, the lifespan of Aeroseal is expected to last considerably longer than the warranty. In some cases, Aeroseal may last over 40 years under normal stresses. The warranty that is guaranteed with Aeroseal is strong and offers protections for ten years, even though the technology has been tested as lasting for decades.
As already mentioned, there is a significant potential return on your investment when you choose Aeroseal to seal your ducts. It is important to consult with a professional heating and cooling company that understands the benefits of Aeroseal for your home or business. Mason Mechanical has the experience you need to assess your property and we can provide expert guidance when it comes to sealing options.
We are qualified to provide advice and carry out the installation of Aeroseal quickly and effectively. If you have any concerns about leaks that are in places that are hard to reach, Aeroseal is always a good investment. It is important to have your heating and cooling needs fully assessed when you are considering upgrading your ductwork with technology, such as Aeroseal. At Mason Mechanical, we always give our customers honest advice. We want to ensure your ductwork, heating, cooling, and plumbing systems are working efficiently so there is a return on your investment.
The Aeroseal sealant contains a vinyl acetate polymer. This is a nontoxic product that is incredibly safe. If you want an idea of how safe Aeroseal is, it has been used in hospitals, such as the Mayo Clinic, which is renowned nationwide for providing excellence in care. Installation of Aeroseal is so safe that there is virtually no disruption of daily operations in busy buildings during the process.
There are 200 homes with Aeroseal, on average, each week. If there were any safety concerns you would certainly hear about it. Aeroseal does not produce any odors other than the faint smell of glue during and shortly after installation. There is no coating of the ductwork involved with Aeroseal. The technology uses air suspension until a leak is encountered. The system works by the process of Aeroseal clinging to the edge of a hole, allowing sealant particles to seal the leak.
Aeroseal Leak Sealing
With Aeroseal, leaks that measure up to 5/8” are sealed. Most leaks are smaller in size, which means Aeroseal is highly effective. Small holes make up the largest percentage of duct leakage. Most of these holes are discovered along seems and around fittings. However, ductwork that becomes disconnected is not protected by Aeroseal. However, there is an alert system built-in to Aeroseal that will result in the professionals from Mason Mechanical being called out to fix the problem. With data showing Aeroseal fixes approximately 95% of problems, this shouldn’t be a problem for most homeowners.
Aeroseal, for all intents and purposes, will seal leaks in any kind of duct system. Seal flex, fiberglass lined, and fiberboard ducts are ideal candidates for sealing using Aeroseal. This technology solves a number of problems, including dealing with duct leaks that are hidden in impossible to reach places. Attempting to repair these holes manually is a complete nightmare for home and business owners.
We understand Aeroseal technology can cause a lot of confusion for both home and business owners. Mason Mechanical is here to guide you through any challenges you may face when it comes to installing Aeroseal. We have an established presence in Mesa, Arizona as experts in heating and cooling systems; including duct sealing. If you have any concerns about Aeroseal or would simply like to know more about the technology, the professional team at Mason Mechanical are here to help.
Contact us today to learn about all the benefits of Aeroseal for duct sealing in your home or business premises. Mason Mechanical is able to install Aeroseal in Mesa and surrounding areas without fuss and disruption. We are your trusted cooling, heating, and plumbing company in the state of Arizona.