On average, 30 cents of every $1 spent on heating and cooling a home disappears into thin air due to leaky ducts. In houses with forced-air heating and cooling systems, ducts are used to distribute conditioned air throughout the house. But in typical houses, 20-40% of the air moving through the system is wasted due to leaks, holes, and poorly connected ducts in need of cleaning and/or sealing.

Whether your home is old or new, it is prone to leaky air ducts. These leaks force your HVAC system to work harder and cycle more often, causing extra stress to the system and to your wallet! If you’re struggling with skyrocketing utility bills, difficulty keeping the house comfortable regardless of how the thermostat is set, dust build-up, and musty odors or fume smells, we have a solution for you!

The loss of cool or warm air to the wrong places inside, outside or in the unconditioned spaces of a home is significantly reduced with Aeroseal duct sealing from Jordan Air, Inc. Our patented technology seals the ducts airtight, causing rooms that are hard to heat or cool to have even temperatures and become more comfortable.

Jordan Air is the ONLY place to get Aeroseal! Your system will operate more efficiently and will last longer by sealing HVAC duct leaks that are otherwise impossible to reach by hand. The money formerly leaking out of your ducts will stay in your pocket, you will notice a reduction in dust and humidity, and you can say goodbye to harmful fumes and nasty odors!

Of the U.S. homeowners who have sealed their ducts with Aeroseal, 100% experienced improved comfort levels throughout their home and improved indoor air quality. On average, these homeowners also saved between 25-40% on their utility bills.

Here at Jordan Air, we believe comfort is more than just a number on a thermostat. That’s why we include free duct cleaning when you purchase Aeroseal. This technology not only protects you and your family from potentially harmful materials — it makes your living experience more enjoyable and stress-free.

Olivia McDonald