Posted: July 6, 2020
There are several ways to increase energy efficiency when it comes to your air conditioning system. Obvious examples include upgrading to a more efficient cooling system when necessary and being diligent about getting your air conditioning system inspected and tuned up every year—preferably in the spring.
But there’s another important way to ensure you’re getting the most comfort and efficiency out of your cooling system (and for that matter, your furnace too).
If you have ductwork that leaks out conditioned air, this can reduce A/C efficiency and increase your cooling bills by as much as 20 percent. Keeping your ductwork in good condition is important because its function is to distribute airflow from your cooling or heating system throughout your home.
We have an award-winning method to fix leaky ductwork: Aeroseal duct sealing.
The Aeroseal process is designed to seal the leaks in your duct system—even the ones hidden behind walls and under your home’s insulation (which can account for around 90% of your ductwork).
Aeroseal is a safe and non-toxic method that has been used in thousands of homes, schools, hospitals, and government installations throughout the country and the world. The process usually takes less than one day to complete and provides you with a “Certificate of Completion” that illustrates the before and after results.
Once your ducts are properly sealed, you will save more than just money on cooling costs. You will also improve:
By sealing your ducts, you will also reduce the amount of energy needed to heat or cool your home–and the emissions that come from delivering that energy to you.
Wilson Oil and Propane is an authorized dealer for Aeroseal duct sealing—the award-winning technology that’s considered by most experts to be the premier method for sealing ducts available today! Please take our brief Comfort Survey so we can learn a little more about any problems you may be having.
We will then contact you and arrange for a FREE duct leakage inspection before scheduling your duct sealing service.
If you have further questions about Aeroseal, please contact us.