Partnership strengthens access to best practices for HVAC and home performance contractors
October 27, 2015
The Building Performance Institute Inc. (BPI) and Aeroseal LLC have announced a strategic partnership to offer BPI GoldStar Contractor program participation to Aeroseal dealers, and to provide Aeroseal’s Comfort Institute home performance training to BPI GoldStar Contractors.
Also shown was a new duct sealing system from Aeroseal called Mobile PRO
October 2, 2015
A new building envelope sealing technology designed to seal the outer shell of homes and buildings was unveiled at the first annual Aeroseal Success Summit. According to Aeroseal, the new technology is the first automated system used to effectively find and seal air leaks in building structures.
System Reduces Man-Hours, Allows a Single Worker to Seal Ductwork
March 26, 2015
Aeroseal has introduced HomeSeal PRO, designed with wireless technology and new remote management capabilities, which the company said can significantly increase residential duct sealing productivity and profitability.
Merger Will Combine Complementary Resources and Strengthen the Offerings Both Organizations Provide the HVAC Industry
August 26, 2014
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.
HomeSeal is a new system from Aeroseal maximized specifically to make residential duct sealing simple. All components of the duct sealing equipment are integrated into one portable box with wheels and telescopic handle.
HomeSeal is the new faster, easier, more affordable duct sealing equipment from Aeroseal. Awarded “2013 Best of Show” for its value to HVAC contractors, HomeSeal integrates the entire duct sealing assembly into a single portable unit.
In most homes, ductwork carries conditioned air from the HVAC units throughout the house. But with as much as 40 percent of that air leaking out before it ever reaches the vent, according to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), it seems there is still room for improvement in most customers’ homes. Enter the HVAC technician.