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You Can Potentially Save Hundreds with E.T. Lawson and Aeroseal Duct Sealing

- 12:38 pm - December 29th, 2017

According to industry experts, there’s more than a million miles of ductwork in U.S. homes alone – that’s enough ductwork to stretch around the equator more than 40 times – and of that million-plus miles of ductwork, two-thirds of it is leaky enough to need repairs. Duct leakage is a widespread problem that’s sometimes glossed over … but not by E.T. Lawson! We know how costly duct leakage can be, and that’s why we help you protect your ductwork with Aeroseal.
The Cost of Leaky Ducts
Leaky ductwork is the biggest energy waster in homes. In fact, 20-30 percent of your conditioned air may be escaping through cracks and gaps in your home’s ductwork. According to, leaky ducts can add hundreds of dollars annually to your heating and cooling bill. If you notice higher energy bills, dirt, dust, or inconsistent temperatures in your home, it could be a sign your ducts aren’t getting the job done.
The Benefits of Aeroseal
Aeroseal does more than improve your comfort by stabilizing the temperature in your home – it also helps you lower your energy costs and bolster your safety. Your energy costs go down because Aeroseal improves your heating and cooling systems’ efficiency by up to 20 percent. You’ll see immediate energy savings, while improving the performance of your heating equipment by up to 40 percent. Aeroseal also reduces the risk of pollutants circulating through your home and carbon monoxide and combustion gases finding their way in through the vents. We’re so confident in Aeroseal that we back our work with a 10-year guarantee. 
How Aeroseal Works
An expert technician will analyze your ductwork with a series of computerized tests to see how much of your conditioned air is escaping, and then use Aeroseal to blow sealant adhesive particles through your ductwork to fill the holes and gaps. 
Contact E.T. Lawson
Duct leakage is a widespread problem, but it doesn’t have to be for you. If you notice your energy bills rising, dust, dirt and debris accumulating, or temperatures fluctuating in your home, contact E.T. Lawson right away and ask about our Aeroseal Duct Sealing and our other weatherization services.

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