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The ductwork is one of the most vital components of your home’s HVAC system. However, ductwork sometimes separates over time, causing air polluted with dust and other contaminants to come into the home. If you’re searching for a duct repair solution for your Lake Forest, Illinois, home, Aeroseal is the answer.

How Aeroseal Works

Prior to sealing leaks your ductwork, the air registers in your home are plugged. The HVAC system is turned on to allow forced air to come out of the leaks to pinpoint problem areas. Once leaks are located, we hook up the Aeroseal machine, which blows non-toxic polymer particles into the ductwork. These particles collect on the edges of holes and cracks in your system, and eventually fill the ductwork from the inside, making your ducts 100 percent efficient.

Benefits of Aeroseal

Unlike traditional duct sealing methods such as duct tape or caulk, Aeroseal provides a longer-lasting solution to leaky ductwork. The benefits are nothing short of amazing. You will quickly notice that the drafty areas in your home are now gone. While you’ll enjoy added comfort, you’ll also find that your monthly energy bills fall dramatically as a result of increased efficiency.

Aside from the savings and comfort, sealed ductwork also helps lower your carbon footprint by using less energy to heat and cool your home. Volatile organic compounds, insulation, and dust also leak into holes in your duct system, significantly impacting indoor air quality. With Aeroseal, you can breathe easy knowing that each breath you take is as clean as it gets.

When it comes to ductwork in your home, it’s best not to leave it to chance. Once you’ve decided to pull the trigger on Aeroseal, you need a reliable contractor. That’s when you should call Ireland Heating and Air Conditioning at 847-388-0108. Our expert technicians will get the job done quickly and professionally so you can get on with your busy schedule.

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