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Duct Sealing in Yakima & the Tri-Cities

Campbell & Company Aeroseal Service in Tri-Cities

Duct Sealing With Aeroseal

At Campbell & Company, we’re proud to offer high-quality Aeroseal duct sealing services to the residents of the Tri-Cities and Yakima, WA, area. We’ve been a locally and family-owned and -operated company for more than 40 years, and we maintain an A+ rating with the BBB. Our technicians are fully licensed, bonded, and insured for all of their work. Campbell & Company has a lot to offer the Yakima and Tri-Cities area:

OSHA Safety Trained and Certified Company

Offering Flexible Appointment Availability

Charging Fair, Reasonable Prices

Providing Friendly Advice & Reliable Service

Campbell & Company is one of the few companies in the Tri-Cities area that offers Aeroseal duct sealing services. Our goal is to make it hassle-free to increase the efficiency of your heating and cooling system. We’re available for appointments during traditional business hours, Monday through Friday.

Call Campbell & Company at (509) 545-9848 to schedule indoor air quality services today!

Tri-Cities Aeroseal Duct Sealing Services

The services offered by Campbell & Company can fix all of the small holes and cracks in your duct system. In a normal home, 20% to 30% of the air escapes from your ventilation system and doesn’t make it through the vents. This can affect air quality and decrease the efficiency of your heating and cooling system. We’ll arrive with everything to complete the noninvasive sealing procedure on your home.

Campbell & Company Leaky Ductwork Solution

Our Technicians will:

  • Use safe and nontoxic materials
  • Keep your property protected
  • Find all of the cracks in your system
  • Work efficiently and effectively

We can complete our work in only a few hours and pledge to be punctual to our appointments. Our services could help keep your home at a comfortable temperature and end up saving you money in the long run.

What Are the Benefits of Duct Sealing?

Did you know that 20% to 40% of your cold or hot air seeps through your ductwork? That is a lot of wasted air that the system works hard to put out. If you have issues with high energy bills, poor indoor air quality, indoor discomfort due to temperature, or performance problems, you could benefit from a duct sealing service! You can also improve your indoor air quality through the use of an air scrubber in addition to duct sealing. Or If your system is working poorly, it might be due to the amount of air that is being lost.

This causes your system to work harder to cool or heat a room due to the amount of air that seeps through the ductwork. It may also cause discomfort due to the temperature never fully being reached. Call Campbell & Company today to find out more information and to see if duct sealing is a great solution for you.

The Aeroseal Duct Sealing Process

Aeroseal Step 1 Prep and Test

STEP 1: Prep & Test

Prepare system – Registers are temporarily blocked with foam plugs to force air in the ductwork to escape through any leaks. Then, the air conditioning indoor coil, fan, and furnace are also temporarily blocked with a foam plug to prevent sealant particles from entering this part of the HVAC system.

Connect system to ductwork – Once the system is properly prepped, the Aeroseal machine is connected to the ductwork using lay-flat tubing. A small access hole (which will be closed upon project completion) is cut into the supply or return, and a temporary collar is attached. One end of the tubing connects to the collar; the other end connects to the Aeroseal machine.

Pretest ductwork – The Aeroseal system runs a pretest that pressurizes the duct system and provides a leakage reading on the computer. It will detect the duct system's exact amount of duct leakage (the typical duct leakage detected in a home is between 30% and 40%). Many dealers will test the supply and return individually, while others will test them at the same time.

Aeroseal Step 2 Measure and Seal

STEP 2: Measure & Seal

Find leaky ducts – Patented aerosol sealant is injected as a mist into the ductwork. Holes and cracks in the duct system are found by the pressurization.

Seal the ductwork with sealant – The aerosol particles collect on the edges of holes and cracks in the ductwork to seal them from the inside.

Monitor process – This entire process is computer-controlled, so homeowners can monitor the progress in real-time and watch the minute-by-minute reduction in leakage.

Aeroseal Step 3 Certificate and Results

STEP 3: Enjoy Comfort & Energy Savings

Receive a certificate of completion – Upon completion, the homeowner is presented with verifiable proof of the seal in the form of a computer-generated certificate, which includes before-and-after results of the Aeroseal application.

Receive instant results – Once the entire project is complete, homeowners will notice the results immediately. Temperatures throughout the home will be more even, hot and cold spots should be eliminated, and the HVAC system will run more efficiently, which will help save money on utility bills. Homeowners will also notice improved indoor air quality. There should be less dust, fewer allergens, and cleaner air.

If you’re interested in saving money, having better indoor air quality, having better temperature control, and overall a better functioning heating and cooling system, then call Campbell & Company today to schedule an Aeroseal duct sealing service!

Schedule Duct Sealing Services Today

Campbell & Company takes pride in the duct sealing services we offer in the Tri-Cities area. We can give you an estimate to review before we get started. Our technicians are friendly and professional, and we want people to have a great experience. We’ll take care of all of the details. Give our office a call today!

Duct Sealing FAQs

How does sealing ducts improve indoor air quality?

Sealing ducts helps improve your home's air quality by reducing the risks of pollutants entering ducts from dusty attics or musty crawlspaces and circulating through your home.

Will Aeroseal duct sealing fix my hot or cold rooms?

By sealing your ductwork utilizing the Aeroseal technology, you can expect air to be delivered where it is designed to go and not into your not basement, attic, or crawl space. This reduces hot or cold spots in rooms and between floors.

Do air ducts need to be cleaned prior to sealing?

In most cases, duct cleaning is not found to be required prior to Aeroseal sealing.

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