Benefits of Aeroseal – Commercial

Proven Technology From A Trusted Team

ESCOs and contractors rely on our turnkey solutions to eliminate airflow issues.

Aeroseal technology offers commercial HVAC services to help increase comfort and energy efficiency in everything from hospitals, schools, hotels, and universities to municipal buildings, military facilities, and offices.

Invented in 1994 by Dr. Mark Modera at the Berkeley National Laboratory, Aeroseal technology has partly been funded by the U.S. Department of Energy. And they continue to develop award-winning solutions based on extensive field experience.

Our Recent Work

Supreme Courthouse Building

Achieve better air flow and comfort for the administrative offices on the ground floor. Beginning leakage 321 cfm (cubic feet per minute). Final leakage 55 cfm. 83% reduction.

Supreme Courthouse Building

Hayden Library

Sealed ducting for ten (10) VAV (Variable Air Volume) boxes for maximum efficiency. Beginning leakage 187 cfm. Final 32 cfm. 83% reduction.

Hayden Library - ASU

Apple Store

Sealed all ducting to reduce the amount of dust on electronic products. Beginning leakage 223 cfm. Final 23 cfm. 90% reduction.

Apple Store - Scottsdale Fashion Square

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Sealed all hot and cold supply ducting for the 2nd and 3rd floor patient rooms in conjunction with Contractor VAV replacements. Beginning leakage 1,392 cfm. Final leakage 58 cfm. 96% reduction.

Yuma Regional Medical Center

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Sealed the main supply and exhaust shafts from the 14th floor rooftop to the 2nd floor in order to meet building code requirements and pass testing. Beginning leakage 1,152 cfm. Final leakage 93 cfm. 92% reduction.

Mirabella at ASU Retirement Community

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Sealed all supply ducting from the 2nd floor up the two rooftop AHU’s (Air Handling Units) and down to four (4) operating rooms on the first floor. Beginning leakage 283 cfm. Final leakage 31 cfm. 89% reduction.

Yuma Regional Outpatient Surgery Center

Explore The Benefits

Reduce Energy Consumption

The Department of Energy ranks duct sealing as one of the most effective ways to reduce energy costs.

Business Buildings
Indore with Green Chairs

Improve Indoor Air Quality

Leaky ductwork is a key contributor to poor indoor air quality, directly impacting the health and well-being of a building’s occupants.

Fix Building Ventilation

Ventilation issues can be severe. They waste energy, cost money, and significantly reduce indoor air quality.

Ventilation system
Man Working on the Ventilation

Meet Specifications

Building and energy codes change frequently, but Aeroseal projects pass inspection — every time.