Your Heating And Air Bills Seem High And You're Paying More Than You Should Be—There's a Reason For That

It's NOT Because Of Higher Energy Costs Or Inflation, But Homeowners Are Turning To This New Technology To Fix It

You're standing in the kitchen with a pile of mail on the counter.

You look outside at the bare trees as dusk settles in—earlier than before.

Watching the trees sway in the wind almost makes you feel colder. Winter is coming.

You open the heating bill and stare.

You expected it to be higher, but not THAT much.

Dealing with higher energy costs just seems like one of those nagging stresses that's easier to ignore.

At one point, the bill was only $20 more. It's easier just to pay it. But as you compare costs from the same months, it doesn't add up.

Now you're looking at $50 more, or even $70 more per month. It's not the end of the world, but it's frustrating, AND it only seems to get worse.

You probably tell yourself "I should look into this."

But do you really want to spends hours trying to figure it out and even if you do, are you going to be able to do anything about it?

Here's the thing. We already did so you don't have to.

You might be paying up to 40% more on your energy bill than you need to.

The average energy bill in the 4 Corners area is over $175, which means you could be overpaying up to $840 per year or $8,400 over 10 years.

And like I said, it's not because energy costs have gone up that much or even due to inflation. If you thought you might need a better HVAC system, hold up, because that's a huge cost and it's probably not it either.

The reason why you're overpaying on heating and air is because 40% of the air that you're making warm with your furnace or cool with your air conditioner isn't even making it into your house.

If it's 25 degrees outside and you turn on your heater, would you leave your front door wide open? No, but that's essentially what's happening.


Cold Spots & Hot Spots

95% Of American Homes Have Leaky Ducts, Causing Energy Bills To Be Up To 40% Higher

And That's What's Causing Your Home To Have Hot And Cold Spots AND Collect Dust Which You Breathe Every Day.

BUT it's not just higher energy costs.

Because 40% of your warm or cool treated air doesn't even make it inside, that means your HVAC system is working 40% overtime.

That stress adds up, which means you could be spending a lot to replace it years before you expected.

And because the first one died, many home owners make the mistake of getting a higher capacity system that's overkill and more expensive to run, while all the while their existing system could have been running at peak efficiency.

Maybe you've thought of getting your ductwork sealed. That's good.

However, it's a huge project, expensive, labor-intensive, and difficult to get consistent results with traditional taping methods.

Get Your Ducts Sealed From The Inside Once And For All

So You Can Breathe Freely Again, Live In Climate-Controlled Comfort, And Eliminate Costly Energy Bills

And Finally Get The Efficiency You Paid For Instead Of Buying A Bigger HVAC System

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Introducing Aeroseal, A New Mist Sealing Technology That's Safe, Reduces Leaks By 95%, And Maximizes The Full Potential Of Your Current Heating & Air System

Aeroseal is an innovative technology that seals the cracks and holes in your air vent system from the inside, making your home healthy, safe and comfortable, enhancing the performance of your air conditioning and heating system while improving the environment and saving you money at the same time.

Starting in 2023, you can get up to a $1,200 tax credit, every year through 2032, simply for having your ductwork sealed if it meets the green energy requirements.

And our services always do—we'll give you the printed results to prove it.

What Home Owners Are Saying

I want to thank 4 Corners Aeroseal and Insulation and the team and the amazing job they did for us. Low to no energy bills, cool house in the summer, warm house in the winter. Their precise energy efficient process is a must for anyone that is interested in energy efficient homes. Mike and his team are at the forefront.
Ryan W.
To use this product was the smartest decision I ever made, to have a healthy and energy efficient home. I noticed the savings in utility bills and reduction of inside dust, two positives for a homeowner. Also, there is peace of mind against unwanted bugs and rodents. There was recently a wildfire nearby and I was amazed that I didn’t smell any smoke while indoors, as compared to my neighbors. I would also recommend this product if you have any breathing difficulties or allergies.
Lorie S.

Homeowner Finds Duct Sealing The Key To Real Energy Savings

Aeroseal succeeds in reducing home energy use after a variety of other fix-it projects failed

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Sleep In Peace Knowing You're Not Blowing Money Away

You're probably wondering, "Okay, how does it work and how much does it cost?"

Good questions. Our service is $2,850, done in a few hours by our friendly, professional technicians. It doesn't include cleaning or repairing your ductwork if needed, but we can help with that too.

However, keep reading, because you'll want to know about this:

Because 40% of the air your furnace and/or air conditioner is treating doesn't even make it inside your home, sealing them means you could save up to 40% on your energy bills.

The average energy bill in the 4 Corners area is over $175, which means you could be saving up to $840 per year.

Starting in 2023, you can get up to a $1,200 tax credit, every year through 2032, simply for having your ductwork sealed if it meets the green energy requirements.

And our services always do—we'll give you the printed results to prove it.

Which means, in 2-years, not only can you can make up the cost, but you can actually gain up to $720 by claiming the tax credit for those 2 years (it's like the child tax credit).

And you can continue to claim up to $1,200 per year until 2032.

Who Is 4 Corners Aeroseal & Insulation?

We are home builders in the 4 Corners area who specialize in energy efficient homes. Our mission is to help home owners improve their ductwork and HVAC systems so they can breathe better in their homes, improve their comfort, and reduce their energy costs.

Mike Sutter

Mike Sutter of Sutter Homes Co. is a professional home builder and insulator who has built over 120 homes in La Plata County Colorado since 2002 and specializes in energy efficient homes.

Jason Hartman

Jason Hartman is a home builder, craftsman, and project manager who has managed hundreds of build projects for over 20 years with a focus on total customer satisfaction.

We discovered one of the biggest problems with home building was sealing the home (not just the ductwork), which has always been a difficult task in our efforts to build green, net-zero homes. However, once we discovered the Aeroseal technology, that all changed.

How It Works In 4 Simple Steps

Done In A Few Hours By Friendly, Professional Technicians So There's Minimal Inconvenience

Aeroseal Step 1
Free Inspection & Estimate

Call us and we'll send out a technician to inspect your ductwork, make recommendations, and provide a thorough, written proposal.

Aeroseal Step 2
Schedule Your Duct Cleaning

Schedule a day and a time that works for you, Monday-Friday.

Aeroseal Step 3
Aeroseal Service Performed

Our trained technicians setup equipment and perform the Aeroseal service, which lasts a few hours.

Aeroseal Step 4
See Results And Enjoy

After the service, you get a detailed, printed report that will show you the difference.

The magic happens with the combination of our smart technology and our simple and safe sealing formula.

Our computer-enabled smart technology evaluates the exact amount of leakage in the system and targets all of the cracks and leaks—even the ones you can’t see and can’t reach—so they can be filled with precision.

The sealing formula itself is safe, non-toxic and made of the same material that is found in chewing gum and (baby pacifiers). Equally importantly, our process is so precise that it only uses the amount of sealant that is necessary, with virtually no waste.

PLUS, Aeroseal doesn’t coat your whole air vent system, it focuses on just the cracks and leaks and fills them.

How Aeroseal Works

Watch This 44 Second Video To See How It Works

Real, Immediate Results

Guaranteed For 10 Years, Proven To Last 40.

2,600 Sq. Ft Home, 2002
31% System Leakage
Improved comfort, reduced dust
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Rural, 2-Story Home
350 Cubic Ft./Min
25 Cubic Ft./Min
Improve comfort and air quality
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New Home Construction
26% System Leakage
1.2% System Leakage
Exceed building code requirements
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Receive Your Formal Certified Results Of Before And After System Performance

And Feel The Difference In Your Home Right Away

Aeroseal Results

Sealed Ductwork Makes A Night-And-Day Difference

I’m breathing much easier and not waking up congested in the middle of the night. I would wholeheartedly recommend Aeroseal for your A/C and ductwork needs.
Melinda R.
The temperatures throughout my home have felt much more balanced since they were aerosealed. The force of the air coming from the problem vents has increased substantially, and my furnace and AC now run less.
Erik B.
My house is now my fortress and my refuge. They found a solution to a problem that several doctors couldn't solve.
Mary S

What Do You Get With Aeroseal?

Aeroseal Even Temperatures
Even Temperatures Throughout Your Home
Aeroseal allows the HVAC systems to properly heat and cool homes by delivering conditioned air where it is wanted, providing consistently even temperatures in every room of your home.
Aeroseal Feel The Difference
Feel The Difference Immediately
Sealing your ducts dramatically increases the amount of airflow coming out of your vents, ensuring maximum conditioned air from your system as it should be.
Aeroseal Get A Great Night’s Sleep
Get A Better Performing System
Another benefit of Aeroseal is by sealing your ducts you eliminate those stuffy upstairs rooms that are so uncomfortable in the warmer months because the conditioned air isn’t reaching them.
Aeroseal Saves On Energy Bills
Save Up To 40% On Your Energy Bills
See and feel in your wallet an annual savings of up to $850 per year on your heating and cooling bills
Aeroseal Improves HVAC Efficiency
Increase Your Heating & Cooling Efficiency
Sealing your ducts allows the maximum amount of air to be delivered to the rooms throughout your home as it should. This allows the home to reach your desired temperature much faster, making it much more efficient.
Aeroseal Improves HVAC Performance
Get A Better Performing System
Aerosealing your ducts will help get the most out of your system which equals more air from your vents providing greater home comfort and a longer system life.

Professional Technicians, Flexible Scheduling

Our Trained Professionals Are Here To Serve You With A Positive Attitude And Minimal Disruption

4 Corners Aeroseal & Insulation Specialist

We'll do our absolute best to fit your duct cleaning and sealing service around your schedule.

And if you have any comments please let us know.

4 Corners Aeroseal & Insulation Guarantee Seal

4 Corners Aeroseal & Insulation 10-Year Guarantee

If The Results We Show You Don't Last 10 Years, We'll Fix It At No Cost

AeroSeal Rebates

Get Up To A $1,200 Tax Credit Every Year Through 2032 Just For Sealing Your Ductwork

IRA Section 25c lets gives homeowners up to a $1,200 tax credit through 2032 when they receive the Aeroseal Duct service anytime after January 1, 2023. Ask us about the details.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Can you fix my hot and cold rooms?

Yes! Sealing your vents and ducts means that air is delivered where it’s needed, and not into your basement, attic or crawl space. This also helps get rid of hot and cold spots in your house.

Will this help my house be less dusty?

Absolutely! Leaky ducts and vents pull in dust, mold and dander and then blow them into living rooms, bedrooms, and kitchens. Gross, right? Our system can reduce leaky areas by as much as 90%, making sure dirt isn’t circulated in your house.

How much can I save on my utility bill?

A lot! Independent government-sponsored studies have shown that sealing your ducts can save you up to $850 per year! Most homeowners save at least 20%, some save as much as 40% of their total bill. Exact energy savings are difficult to predict, since they depend on where you live, how old your house is, how up to date your system is, how many rooms you need to heat or cool, and how energy costs are calculated in your area.

What is the sealant material made of?

Primary component is Vinyl Acetate Polymer, used in water based paints, hair spray, baby pacifiers, and chewing gum.

Is your formula really safe for my family and my pets?

Without a doubt. Our formula is safe, non-toxic and water-soluble, made of the same material that is found in chewing gum and baby pacifiers. It is so safe, we’ve helped hospitals, surgery centers, schools and public buildings make sure their air is clean, healthy and comfortable – and saved them energy and money in the process.

How long does it take to dry?

Drying time is less than 2 hours.

Will my house smell?

There is a mild odor, like Elmer’s Glue, during sealing. Odor should dissipate by next morning (or before).

Should I leave my house during the service?

We prefer no one is in the house during sealing due to impact on productivity. If you are pregnant, senior, or infant, or utilizing medical equipment we do encourage you to leave as a simple safety precaution.

How big of a leak can your sealant cover?

Aeroseal is able to close most cracks and leaks in most air duct systems. Any large, major leaks—like broken, disconnected or damaged ducts—will need to be repaired prior to sealing. Most of the time, we uncover problems like this during our initial inspection. However, if we find this during our sealing process, we will stop our service and recommend a solution.

How long does this stuff last?

We guarantee our work for at least 10 years, and we’ve stress-tested it up to 40 years in homes. We expect your heating and cooling systems to work efficiently for as long as you own your home.

Where does the sealant leaking from the ducts go?

Sealant escaping from the ducts will settle in wall cavities, attics or crawl spaces. During the process, we will filter the air to capture any sealant entering the living areas.

Will it harm electronics?

We recommend sensitive electronics be covered.

What about my HVAC accessories? Will it harm them?

Technician is trained to protect all accessories prior to sealing. Some items, such as humidifiers or UV lights, may be removed then reinstalled to prevent damage; others may be bagged or covered.

Does my ductowork need to be cleaned first?

Sometimes, but not always. Any ducts that are extremely dirty should be cleaned first. We find this most often in older houses. Our technician will take a look at this during the initial inspection, and recommend a cleaning if needed.

If I have my ducts sealed, can they be cleaned in the future?

Yes. Ducts from all types of materials can be successfully cleaned after being sealed. Our formula dries into a very hard, very durable substance.

Will all the insides of my ductwork be coated with sealant?

No. Our formula doesn’t coat or line your ducts. The only sealant remaining after our technician is done will be over the leak that was sealed.

How does it work?

Duct sealing, utilizing the patented Aeroseal process, takes a non-toxic liquid sealant, heats and dries it to become an aerosol mist. The mist travels through a pressurized duct system and seals visible, invisible, and inaccessible leaks in the system. We guarantee it and it is certified.

How do I know if my ducts leak?

According to the Department of Energy 95% of homes in the U.S. have leaky ductwork and they leak between 25% and 40%. In simple terms, that means air is not getting to designed spaces causing hot/cold spots in the house, excessive dust, and high energy bills.

How much does it cost?

Pricing is based on square footage and other factors. See our Pricing Page for details.