Aeroseal may not be getting as much media attention these days as say, Kim Kardashian, but we’re working on closing the gap. This past month alone, Aeroseal was featured in several industry publications, including a cover story and a great review of a commercial project success.
First, check out the latest issue of Commercial Construction & Renovation magazine. The glossy industry publication includes a feature article on how Aeroseal helped turn an energy-conservation skeptic into a true believer. You might remember our reporting earlier about the work done at the Capitol Plaza hotel in Frankfort, Kentucky. The feature piece in CCR revisits the story and includes some added information about how Aeroseal was used to seal the convention hotel’s leaky ductwork and is now saving the building owners about $24,000 a year in reduced energy costs.
Aeroseal was also highlighted in a recent front-page article in ACHR NEWS that reviewed best practices for duct sealing. The piece, entitled, “Leaky Ductwork Continues To Drain System Efficiency,” was published in the October 20th issue of the publication. Along with information about tape and mastic considerations, the feature incorporated several nice photos of aeroseal at work, including a great before and after shot illustrating how the aeroseal sealant collects mainly at the leakage site, leaving the interior walls of the ductwork relatively sealant free.
In case you’ve been stuck working inside a duct system for the past couple of weeks, you might not know about the big news regarding Aeroseal’s recent acquisition of The Comfort Institute. Otherwise the news would have been hard to miss with the announcement being headlined in most every major industry news outlet – from The NEWS to HVAC Insider, NADCA’s Ducttales, and HPAC magazine. When the leading organization for home performance training partners with a company that licenses the biggest breakthrough technology in energy-savings, it’s no wonder that the industry takes note.
And speaking of taking note, hot on the heels of Aeroseal’s recent acceptance of the prestigious Dealer Design Award from ACHR NEWS, our duct sealing technology was just awarded BEST OF SHOW by the editors of US Building Review magazine. To highlight their editor’s choice, the publication’s latest issue features a cover story on Aeroseal that includes a nice review of the technology and an overview of how this innovation in duct sealing is impacting both residential and commercial building practices.
“It’s hard to ignore a technology that is having such an impact on an industry,” said Aeroseal’s Amit Gupta, “The recent influx in coverage is directly related to the buzz being created by the success of our dealers and the stories being shared by engineers, building owners and specifiers out in the field.”