Aeroseal Duct Sealing

To make your home as efficient as it can be, we duct seal with Aeroseal.

Aeroseal duct sealing is the highest quality duct sealing procedure available today, and Central Home Energy technicians are pleased to be able to perform this service for our customers.

While every home using a ducted heating or air conditioning system can benefit greatly from duct sealing, in many communities newly built homes are required to have ducts sealed in order to receive a certificate of occupancy.

The aeroseal process ensures your home’s ducts delivers nearly 100% of the heated (or cooled) air into your rooms of your house (red arrows).

Reduce Leaks And Save Money!

The US Department of Energy and the Electric Power Research Institute determined that 25% to 40% of heating and cooling energy put out by heating, ventilating and cooling air is lost by leaky duct work. Money Magazine also reported that sealing this leakage is one of the easiest ways to cut your energy bills by up to 50%

How AeroSeal Works:


Our inspection and pre leakage test.
If the test indicates that ducts require cleaning, we’ll handle that.


Our sealing. We use a computer-operated Aeroseal-patented mist. As the ducts are placed under positive pressure, the mist fills the air leaks.


Our post-leakage test. This tells us how much reduction in leakage we have achieved, and forecasts your energy savings.


Our report. All the information you need to know about your home’s duct efficiency — at your fingertips.

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Schedule an appointment.

Or call: 1-800-CENTRAL

Frequently asked questions:

What amount of leakage reduction is expected? We have seen leakage reduction up to 90%.

Does Aeroseal coat the duct work? No . . . it only fills the leaks in the duct from the inside.

What is the cost/return? There are many factors that go into calculating the cost of Aeroseal. Typically our customers can expect a 1-4 year payback.

Is the aerosol harmful in any way? The aeroseal has a zero OSHA maximum exposure limit, however, as a precaution we ask that elderly, pregnant woman and children not be present while we are performing the sealing.

How long does it take to do the sealing? It usually takes about 8 hours start-to-finish. Once we are done the system can be used.

Do you need to open walls? No! We are able to reach all of the duct work with out opening walls, cutting holes in ceilings and any other areas that are concealed.

What is the warranty? The Aeroseal product has a 10-year warranty for residential properties.

Should we remove any items from the home? No need to remove items, however it would be best to take a little time to cover anything that may be of value: TV, computers, furniture, art work etc. We will need access to all supply and return grills on the walls and floors of your home. Anything that is in front, around or covering these grills will need to moved prior to our arrival.