True North Comfort is servicing customers in North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Vancouver and surrounding area.
DUCT SEALING MAKES A HUGE DIFFERENCE
Aeroseal can quickly and easily improve the indoor comfort and air quality of your home while reducing monthly heating and cooling costs of a home or business by as much as 40% or more. And yes, we can do it all, safely and economically, usually in just a single afternoon.
RESIDENTIAL DUCT CLEANING AND SEALING
Your home’s ductwork is the lifeblood of your heating and cooling system. Like the arteries and veins that deliver blood and nutrients throughout your body, your ductwork delivers and circulates the air that your furnace and air conditioner treats to make your home comfortable and healthy. You may have a strong and healthy heart, but if there’s a problem with your arteries, you could be at serious risk. The same for your ductwork. You may have the most energy efficient heating and cooling system on the market, but if your ductwork leaks, you will continue to suffer from high energy bills. Leaky and dirty ducts are typically the single most common cause of home energy waste, uneven temperatures, as well as excessive dirt, allergens, and other indoor pollutants.
The professionals at Aeroseal Vancouver are experts at servicing, repairing and maintaining your ducts. They take care of your home while using the most advanced technologies and processes available for cleaning and sealing your ductwork.
COMMERCIAL DUCT SEALING
Sealing duct leaks with Aeroseal can instantly put thousands of dollars back into your building’s operations budget – and instantly fix other problems too, like uneven temperatures, poor ventilation, and noisy HVAC systems. Your advantages:
– Reducing Operations Cost
– Improving Ventilation
– Increasing Indoor Air Quality
– Meeting Building Codes
The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that most commercial buildings in the U.S. today lose energy through leaks in the ductwork – lots of energy. Between 20% and 40% of the air you pay to heat or cool is likely lost through duct leaks. These leaks also require energy-hungry fans to use 35% more power.