Articles Tagged with ''duct sealing technology''

Aug. 26, 2014: Aeroseal Acquires Comfort Institute

Merger Will Combine Complementary Resources and Strengthen the Offerings Both Organizations Provide the HVAC Industry
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Aeroseal LLC, the owner and licensee of Aeroseal duct sealing technology, announced that it has acquired Comfort Institute (CI), a leading provider of home performance equipment and training for the HVAC industry.


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Air Care Providing Duct Sealing with Every A/C Unit Purchase

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Air Care, a Chandler, Ariz.-based HVAC contractor, announced that it is providing Aeroseal duct sealing with the purchase of a new air conditioning unit. The offer applies to all new air conditioning units purchased from and installed by Air Care for a limited time.


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Aeroseal LLC Ships 100th System

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Aeroseal LLC has expanded into Canada with two new licensed distributors now offering Aeroseal services in the greater Toronto area. This announcement comes as the company ships its 100th duct sealing system to distributors.


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Aeroseal Expands into Canada, Ships Its 100th Duct Sealing System

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Aeroseal LLC announced it has expanded into Canada with two new licensed distributors now offering Aeroseal duct sealing services in the greater Toronto area. The new Canadian dealers are Niagara Duct Cleaning, St. Catharines, Ontario, and Cassidy’s Air Duct Cleaning, Ajax, Ontario.


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Sept. 19, 2012: Aeroseal Expands into Canada, Ships Its 100th Duct Sealing System

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Aeroseal LLC announced that it has expanded into Canada with two new licensed distributors now offering Aeroseal duct sealing services in the greater Toronto area. This announcement comes as the company has shipped its 100th duct sealing system to distributors.


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Project Files: Tweak the Leaks

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For Legow Management Co., the objective was to provide energy-saving ventilation repairs within a multi-family residence.


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Sealant Keeps Project on Track After Ventilation Shafts Fail Pressure Tests

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When tests indicated that the ventilation shafts in Ohio State University’s (OSU’s) William Hall Complex Extension had unacceptable leakage, workers were able to seal all 19 shafts of the six-story dormitory building in less than two weeks, saving costs and allowing the construction schedule to remain on track.


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