Blue Ox Heating & Air is now offering a new way to seal up ductwork in Minneapolis area homes. The product they are now using to do this is called Aeroseal. So far the company says the results from using it have been positive.
Tom Gehle, General Manager of Blue Ox Heating & Air, had this to say as to why they chose Aeroseal Duct Sealant, “As a full-service HVAC and plumbing contractor, we feel it’s important to look at the big picture. We provide this service because we’re committed to making homes as safe, clean and comfortable as possible.”
Gehle went on to add that Aeroseal represents the latest and most effective technology on the market for duct sealing and repair. It’s very effective at stopping leaky ductwork that results in a loss of personal comfort and money. Once Aeroseal is applied it significantly reduces temperature-controlled air being led to undesired areas in a home.
When applied correctly the customer gets 3 main benefits from using Aeroseal. The first is that it will increase the efficiency of any ductwork that it’s applied inside. Simply put, this results in less heated air being lost. This is important because as ductwork ages it typically develops cracks and also its seams will develop gaps. This will cause the duct system to develop leaks which can account for up to a 30% loss of heated and cooled air. A proper duct sealant will help any homeowner eliminate a majority of this energy loss and, in turn, their energy bill will be less too.
Gehle also pointed out eliminating cracks and gaps in seams on ductwork improves the air quality in a home. When ductwork develops cracks, not only does the air leak out but dust, pollen, pet dander, bacteria, mold, mildew, and viruses can find their way into the ductwork. When the heating system comes back on and runs, it will then spread these unwanted and unhealthy contaminants throughout a home. A proper duct sealant like Aeroseal helps to prevent this from happening.
The last benefit a customer will get by applying Aeroseal is that it’s made to last for a long time. This advanced and effective method for sealing a home’s ductwork is even guaranteed by the manufacturer to work. Those who have proven duct sealants as Aeroseal applied to their ductwork, can reasonably expect to have improved home air quality and increased comfort when their HVAC systems are working.
Gehle also went on to say, “Fall is a good time to address this issue. Better airflow makes a big difference to being comfortable this winter. The duct sealant work we do today will end up benefitting a homeowner all year round.”
The company also recommends people get their ductwork checked in the fall regardless of whether or not they are interested in getting their ducts sealed. It’s just another way their customers can stay a step ahead before the heavy use winter heating season hits. Blue Ox Heating & Air will give anyone that calls them for a ductwork inspection a detailed report of their inspector’s findings. The duct inspection report will focus on 3 key areas: health, comfort, and safety. Blue Ox Heating & Air will discuss these findings with the customer and also make recommendations. This will help the customer make an informed decision as to how they can best improve their home’s air quality and prevent heat loss. Several of their customers have reported saving substantial amounts of money on their heating bills after following the company’s recommendations.
More information on their Aeroseal Duct Sealing Service in Minneapolis, one can simply visit the company’s website. Their website also goes into detail about the other heating and air conditioning services that they offer. Blue Ox Heating & Air will also offer specials on their website from time to time such as their current $500 discount on Aeroseal duct sealing applications. All the different ways to contact Blue Ox Heating & Air are shown on their website too.
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