Is Aeroseal Safe to Breathe? A Comprehensive Guide

Are you wondering if Aeroseal is safe to breathe? The answer is a resounding yes! Our sealing formula is derived from a natural organic compound and has been tested by an independent laboratory. It has been found to have an extremely low concentration of VOCs, and its ingredients are those commonly found in hairspray and chewing gum. In other words, it's very safe.


is manufactured with a non-toxic organic compound that is completely safe for humans and animals to breathe.

This duct sealant has already been used in many hospitals, schools, and other high-traffic locations because of its ability to promote healthier, cleaner air. Although it is very safe, we do not provide these services in the presence of pregnant women, the elderly, or people with upper respiratory system problems. The warranty for Aeroseal is the strongest in the industry. It covers the contractor for 10 years to cover parts and labor in the event of any failure in the Aeroseal seal.

However, the Aeroseal seal itself has proven to last for decades. Additionally, Aeroseal can be used to seal sheet metal air conditioning ducts lined with concrete slabs under the right conditions. So, what exactly does Aeroseal do? In short, it seals air leaks in air ducts to help improve the air supply capacity of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment. This means that it can help reduce energy costs by up to 30%, as well as improve indoor air quality by reducing dust and allergens.

Aeroseal is a great choice for anyone looking for a safe and reliable way to seal their ducts. It's non-toxic formula makes it safe for humans and animals to breathe, and its warranty covers parts and labor for up to 10 years. Additionally, it can help reduce energy costs and improve indoor air quality. So if you're looking for a reliable way to seal your ducts, Aeroseal is your best bet.

Maartje van den Visser
Maartje van den Visser

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