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  1. New Baltimore Aeroseal Results

    Wouldn’t you repair a leaky water pipe? When your air ducts aren’t constructed or maintained properly, there will likely be leaks. Leaving a leak in your air ducts is like leaving a leaky water pipe and over time, the cost begins to add up. Our Aeroseal procedure can find and remedy any inefficiency caused by gaps in […]

  2. Troy Michigan Aeroseal Results

    Get significant energy savings from sealing air duct leakage! Our technicians, Bill and Tyler, performed another fantastic Aeroseal duct sealing in Troy. On the supply side they achieved an astounding 94% reduction in air duct leakage! We show each of our Aeroseal customers this comprehensive report so they have a visual representation of their improved air efficiency […]

  3. 8 Technicians Pass Exams for CSIA CDET Certification

    The CSIA Certified Dryer Exhaust Technician® examination evaluates a technician’s understanding of the basic information one must master to become a competent dryer exhaust safety and fire prevention specialist. Congratulations to our EIGHT technicians who have recently passed their CDET Certification exams! Our valued technicians Chris Clave, Ryan Compau, Anthony Francis, Tyler Grose, Chad Mead, Eric Plaunt, […]

  4. What Happens to Air Flow in Sagging Flex Duct?

    By Allison Bailes, III, PhD of IE3media.com Sagging flex duct is bad for air flow. We all know it. We all talk about it. It turns out there’s research data to prove it, too. Texas A&M did a study a few years ago to look at the pressure drop that occurs for different levels of compression. If […]

  5. The Latest Aeroseal Results

    The Aeroseal Process is more important than ever with Michigan’s newest Energy Code Update The images to the right show the Certificates of Completion generated after an Aeroseal Duct Sealing. A certificate is generated for both the supply, and return side of your HVAC system. Click on the images for a closer look. The results shown are from […]

  6. Michigan Energy Code Update

    Michigan’s Energy Code has an important new update! Effective February 8th 2016, all new homes and some residential additions or renovations must comply with the updated code standards. The new code has significant changes from the last one so it is important to give these updates a read. Critical changes include: Window U-Factors must be .32 or […]

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