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What is aeroseal?

Aeroseal is an automated air sealing system that seals leaks as small as a human hair. Our sealant is safe and durable and is GREENGUARD Gold Certified.

UL GREENGUARD Gold Certification

The UL GREENGUARD Gold Certification Standard includes health-based criteria for additional chemicals and also requires lower total VOC emissions levels to ensure that products are acceptable for use in environments such as schools and healthcare facilities. In addition to limiting emissions of more than 360 VOCs and total chemical emissions, UL GREENGUARD Gold Certified products must also comply with requirements of the state of California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions from Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers, also known as California Section 01350.

All certified products are subject to a review of the manufacturing process and routine testing to minimal impact on the indoor environment.

Meet any air sealing requirement

Aeroseal Envelope makes meeting stringent codes and requirements more practical and affordable than ever before, all with guaranteed results.

High tech simplicity

  • Aeroseal Envelope easily integrates into any build process and requires minimal training and resources.
  • Aeroseal Envelope removes the need for hiring additional labor to meet the new air sealing demands.
  • Aeroseal Envelope produces consistent and guaranteed results allowing you to perform more efficiently than before while still meeting, or outperforming, the more stringent codes.
  • Aeroseal Envelope will future proof your build process against imminent energy code changes.

A Tightly Air-Sealed Home with Aeroseal Envelope

Energy Requirements

For the builders looking to exceed the minimum BC Step Code requirement, Aeroseal Envelope is the first and only plug-n-play solution to meet any air sealing requirement. This allows every builder that aspires to take their builds a step above the minimum, such as Energy Star, LEED or even Passive House, to add these increased levels of performance to every build. Providing these additional levels of performance open-up different market opportunities and profit potential with developers and communities as the expectation of healthy, energy efficient homes increases.

For current high-performance builders that are constantly looking to improve, look no further than Aeroseal Envelope. Although many high-performance builders have figured out a method to achieving various energy requirements via hand sealing, there is always room for improvement. Aeroseal Envelope has been shown to drastically reduce labor time while completely removing the possibility of a failed blower door inspection. Reducing such costs allows builders to save money and quickly scale their business. Homes and buildings that meet these additional requirements offer lower energy bills that translate to a higher sale price. Such programs incentivize builders to meet these higher standards.

Guaranteeing a reduced air leakage rate could mean significant savings in the construction of other aspects of the building envelope; Example 1: a given house at 2.4 ACH would require triple pane windows, the same house at .5 ACH, could potentially use double pane windows, saving significant $. Example 2: the same house at 2.4 ACH might require 2x8 walls, while 2x6 walls would be acceptable with .5 ACH.