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Aeroseal® is Ready for Prime Time on “Hometime”
As the premier dealer of the revolutionary Aeroseal diagnostic and sealing system in Southwest Washington, we couldn’t be happier to have PBS’s “Hometime” and legendary host Dean Johnson feature the product that has set a new standard in ductwork protection. Check out the video below!
As we are deep in the winter months, no one needs to remind a homeowner of rising energy bills, but what we can do is help make those bills smaller. In fact, sealing a home’s ductwork can reduce energy bills for both electric and furnace heating systems by as much as 40% and, for a short time, Entek HVAC of Longview and Vancouver, Washington has a deal which should not be missed. More on that in a bit…
Heating the Attic
When heat escapes from ductwork in various ways, the end result is massive amounts of energy being wasted in heating the areas above the home’s ceiling, a place where no one resides. The loss of heat during transport from the heating unit to a home’s vents is absolutely critical to the system’s performance and to one’s energy bill. The average home’s loss of heat through ductwork is not a rarity, but an all-too-common problem. This ABC News feature cites from the Department of Energy that not only is 30% of heat lost when travelling through ducts, but that it is the #1 energy waster in your home and that sealing your ducts is the best possible option.
To prevent escaping heat, the fact is that basic ductwork is not enough – it needs inside protection to seal every possible passage of escape in the thin membrane of the ducts. The evolution of heating and air conditioning has culminated in the development of the product that easily and efficiently fulfils this role, Aeroseal.
The Aeroseal Process
The reason that Aeroseal has now been featured on “Hometime” with Dean Johnson twice is the result of Mr. Johnson’s own belief in the Aeroseal, a product and process he has used on his own projects several times in the past – the greatest endorsement we can think of.
“The Aeroseal 6-step process takes very little time to bring you big savings and comfort:
Wall registers are covered in order for air to escape only through the leaks.
Sealant in injected into the ducts for approximately 1 hour.
Small aerosol particles are kept suspended in the airflow by continuous air movement.
As the air stream makes a sharp turn to exit through a leak, the particles collide with and adhere to the leak edges.
Ducts are sealed with only 1-2 oz. of the sealant material remaining in the ducts.
A computer-generated analysis summarizing your home’s or building’s amount of leakage is generated, providing verification of success of the process.”
Aeroseal has been received numerous awards, from Popular Science magazine to The United States Department of Energy, the latter of which deemed Aeroseal “one of the 23 most beneficial technologies available to American consumers that has come out since the agency was created.”
It is no surprise, then, that we at Entek HVAC became the first dealer of Aeroseal in Southwest Washington and remain the proud and premier installer of the duct diagnostic and sealing system that has saved homeowners millions of dollars in energy savings.
In an effort to further promote and celebrate the Aeroseal feature on “Hometime,” we are happy to announce a special offer, Entek’s “One-Day Duct Clean and Seal” deal on most residential homes, so that we can convince as many as our local neighbors as possible about the revolutionary Aeroseal process and Entek’s dedication to trusted and superior service.
Contact Entek HVAC of Longview and Vancouver, Washington to secure your “One-Day Duct Clean and Seal” appointment