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AeroSeal Duct Sealing

The Best AeroSeal Duct Sealing Service for Cincinnati, Ohio

Duct sealing can reduce wasted air by up to 90% in your home. The average home loses about 25% – 40% of its air through leaks in ductwork.  That’s hundreds of cubic feet of air per minute!

All this leaking air from your duct vents can cost you money. You probably  don’t realize that your conditioned air is seeping out of ducts and into your attic or crawl space before it all gets to your home’s living areas. This causes your HVAC system to work longer and harder to keep you comfortable. 

The AeroSeal duct sealing process is designed to seal up money draining leaks in your home. Imagine the benefits…

  • Save up to 40%  on your energy bill every month
  • Keep your family comfortable in previously hard-to-heat or cool rooms with conditioned air that’s delivered where it is designed to go
  • Improve the air quality in your entire home by reducing the dust, allergens, and indoor air pollutants get pulled into your HVAC system through return air ducts

AeroSeal uses a non-toxic substance (also found in chewing gum) that is approved for use in hospitals and government institutions.

Thomas & Galbraith Service Area

The Thomas & Galbraith team works throughout the following zip codes shown on the map. Don’t see your location on the map? Call us… we’re growing every day!

Call us 24 hours a day, 365 days a year: (513) 327-2578

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Testing Your Home’s Air Flow

Your home’s duct system distributes cooled or heated air to your all the areas of your home. A duct system with no issues should distribute the air evenly throughout the home allowing your HVAC system to maintain your desired temperature efficiently. But, if your ducts are leaking air, your A/C and furnace will have to work harder to meet your desired temperature and maintain it. Leaky ducts can cause hot rooms in the summer and cold rooms in the winter in parts of your house. 

Gaps found at the seams of your ductwork and air handler can cause your home to lose around 20% – 30% of your conditioned air. Duct sealing is the number-one energy-saving improvement you can make to your home. Because heating and cooling your home account for almost 50% of your home’s energy usage, duct sealing can save even more energy than the installation of new windows. And it will cost you a lot less money! 

Your home, like most, probably has leaky ductwork and an expert from Thomas & Galbraith Heating, Cooling & Plumbing can identify problem areas and get them taken care of. To find cracks or holes that are leaking air, our technician will block vents and registers in your home to pressurize your duct system. Then the technician will measure the amount of air leakage and make a recommendation on whether or not duct sealing would benefit your home. If you decide to have your air ducts sealed, the technician will use the AeroSeal process. This distributes the non-toxic sealant throughout your duct system. The process is monitored to show you your system’s approved performance. The technician will give you a printed report comparing the air leakage before and after the sealing process.

Financing available with approved credit!

Why Choose AeroSeal Duct Sealing from Thomas & Galbraith Heating, Cooling & Plumbing?

Finding and reaching leaks in your duct system can be difficult, because they are often in hard-to-access places. Ducts in general are hard to get to and unless you are a trained technician, you could accidental damage your duct system as you try to test for leaks. 

The AeroSeal duct sealing process offered by Thomas & Galbraith Heating, Cooling & Plumbing protects your home and takes the guesswork out of finding leaks.  Our technician will be able to tell you how much air you are losing during a pre-test that involves pressurizing your duct system by sealing off registers and vents. This forces air to leave the system through existing holes and cracks and measuring the remaining amount of air. 

If the pre-test shows that your home will benefit from duct sealing, AeroSeal sealant will be introduced into the already pressurized system as it runs. As the sealant particles are pushed through the system and collide with the edge of a hole or crack, they will stick in place, sealing the leak. There’s no need for invasive home improvement work. Leaks in your system are closed without you needing to patch them yourself. 

How does the AeroSeal process benefit you? 

  • Reduction in the amount of air leaking from your duct system
  • Lower energy bills as your system increases efficiency
  • Healthier air inside your home
  • Longer lifespan of your HVAC system because it won’t to work as hard to maintain desired temperatures
  • Safe, non-invasive process that won’t damage your walls or furnishings 

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