Are you struggling with leaky ducts in your office space spending thousands on high energy bills? You’re not alone. 

According to the EPA , 80% of today’s buildings have leaky ductwork. These leaks are the primary cause of ineffective building exhaust.

If your building’s ventilation shafts leaking, they’re wasting energy, costing you money, and greatly reducing indoor air quality.

Here at AeroBarrier of Arkansas, we can help! We’ve helped plenty of businesses take back their control and go green with our AeroSeal technology sealing system! 

Symptoms of Poor Building Ventilation

-Chronic Odor Issues

-Higher than Normal Energy Bills

-High Rate of Worker Illness & Absenteeism

-Noisy Exhaust Systems

-Persistent Mold & Mildew– especially in bathrooms

Poor building ventilation is a critical issue. Research has clearly linked faulty building ventilation to higher energy costs, added maintenance costs, chronic health issues, reduced worker productivity, increased absenteism, and indoor comfort problems.

Sealing leaky ducts causing poor ventilation is now a straightforward, cost-effective process. Since a fog of aerosolized sealant is applied from the inside of the pressurized ductwork, finding and sealing leaks is done without disruption to existing structures. Projects can often be completed as quickly as a single afternoon and a computer-generated report shows the before and after results.

Now that Aeroseal’s technology has made duct sealing so cost effective and simple to accomplish, duct sealing is quickly rising to the top of the list of strategies for building owners and facility managers looking to reduce energy costs. Aeroseal technology helps buildings of all kinds fix energy consumption problems all throughout the year!

When you’re ready to save energy and go green, call our team at AeroBarrier of Arkansas! We’re here and ready to help you today! 


Did you know you could be wasting as much as 40% of your home’s energy? Let’s talk about how you can put that hard-earned money back into your pocket.

The U.S. Department of Energy reports the typical home may lose from 25 to 40% of its conditioned air due to leaky ducts. As a result, your furnace or AC unit works harder and longer, consumes much more energy, and wears out sooner.

For you, this means sky-high utility bills and a shortened system life. The good news is, our simple and easy solution can save you money by saving you energy.

Sealing your leaky ducts will result in:
– Reduced energy consumption
– Lower energy bills
– Increased system performance
– Longer system life

When you choose to save energy with a sealing treatment from AeroBarrier of Arkansas, you:

Save up to 30% on your energy bills

This is a huge deal! A benefit you can truly see and feel in your wallet. You can realize an annual savings of up to $850 per year on your heating and cooling bills.

Increase your HVAC 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.

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.

Are you ready to go green with us? Give our team of energy-saving experts a call today at 413-9411! We look forward to talking with you!

Duct leakage robs you of comfort, energy, and peace of mind.

Cracks and holes in your home’s air vents and duct system allow heated and cooled air to escape before reaching your rooms. While even new ductwork may look professionally installed, each metal on metal connection that has not been properly sealed is a point of leakage. This results in leaving you with stuffy, uncomfortable rooms and wasted energy.

This leakage is a significant and often overlooked problem in homes.

The investment you make in your home is even more significant. Why not get the most out of your investment with a comfortable home?



of all homes
have leaky ducts


of your heated &
cooled air leaks out


of every $1 you spend
on energy is wasted

$25 Billion

is wasted every year
in the USA


Our innovative service at AeroBarrier of Arkansas makes it easy.

Our Aeroseal system automatically finds and seals all the leaks throughout your entire duct system with precision. Giving you a home with even temperatures in every room, healthier air, and energy savings.

Not only do you feel the difference immediately, you’ll see the verified before and after results in a printed certificate! 

All sealed in a few, short hours. You’ll feel the difference immediately (and see the savings on your energy bill!)

Contact us today to schedule an appointment with the AeroBarrier of Arkansas team! 

Call us at 501-413-9411 to get started. 

From start to finish, the sealing process takes just a few hours. Using a blower door, the AeroBarrier system derives air leakage (ACH) readings in real-time, allowing AeroBarrier of Arkansas to control the entire process and hit the desired target.


The equipment is set up at the job site and areas not meant to be sealed are covered. The desired space to be sealed is set up with emitters to evenly distribute the sealant.


The space is pressurized with a blower door or duct blast and the computer does the rest. Temperature, humidity, and sealant distribution are all controlled during the process.


See the results in real-time. Throughout the application process, the computer displays air loss improvement. This allows full control of the desired level of airtightness and leakage reduction.


A final leakage test is performed to verify the sealing results. At the end of the process, a certificate is presented with the pre and post leakage report. Guaranteed to meet all state standards.

Our AeroSeal technology is perfect for any property and approved for any type of project. From single-family homes to schools, to new construction properties, AeroBarrier has you covered!

Call us today to schedule a visit from our team at (501) 413-9411!


When you’re needing to increase the energy and air quality in your office space, Aeroseal from AeroBarrier of Arkansas is the perfect solution you need.

Here’s why:

With our commercial duct sealing treatments, you’re able to reduce your energy consumption. So much so, that the Department of Energy ranks duct sealing as one of THE most effective ways to reduce energy costs.

Duct sealing is the best way to improve your indoor air quality. That’s because leaky ductwork is a key contributor to poor indoor air quality, directly impacting the health and well-being of a building’s occupants.

Ventilation issues can be a serious problem. That’s because this wastes energy costs money, and greatly reduces air quality. With duct sealing, you can significantly improve the ventilation.

Meet Code & Spec with duct sealing. Building and energy codes change frequently, but with Aeroseal projects, you can pass inspection every time.

Our technology helps increase comfort and energy efficiency in everything from hospitals, hotels, and universities to municipal buildings, military facilities, and offices.

Save energy with Aeroseal from AeroBarrier of Arkansas on your next commercial project!


BiHHavllions of Dollars Are Wasted Annually

Have you been looking for a solution to improve the air quality in your office building? You’re not alone! According to ASHRAE, an estimated 75% of commercial buildings have air duct leakage. This inefficiency adds up to $2.9 billion in energy costs wasted every year. That’s a significant hit to your bottom line as a business owner. 

These commercial buildings on average have from 10 to 25% air duct leakage, according to ASHRAE. This requires HVAC systems to work more than necessary to keep buildings at a comfortable temperature throughout the year and the work day. 

Aeroseal’s proven duct sealing technology seals leaks for an improvement of  90% or more. It’s no wonder that commercial contractors and ESCOs rely on Aeroseal’s proven sealing system to increase a building’s energy efficiency and indoor comfort levels for buildings of all shapes, sizes, and ages. 

When you’re looking to improve the energy efficiency of your office, consider giving the AeroBarrier of Arkansas team a call. We are on standby ready to help serve your sealing needs. Don’t wait, give us a call today at (501) 413-9411. We hope to hear from you soon! 

For over 20 years now, we’ve improved a number of homes as well as businesses like hotels, schools, and even restaurants with our AeroSeal technology. 

We aim to help our customers make their homes and businesses more comfortable, their families healthier, and the environment cleaner, all while making their homes workspaces in the world a better place.


Our sealing technology has been named “one of the most beneficial energy technologies
for American consumers.” 

Here’s why: 

Reliably Comfy

Enjoy every room in your house. No more hard-to-heat spaces. You’ll even sleep better.

Healthier Air

Say goodbye to dirty air, allergens, and contaminants blowing all over your house.

Real Savings

Realize an annual savings of up to $850 per year on your heating and cooling bill.

Better Performance

You’ll get the most out of your system – more air from your vents and longer system life.

Eco-Friendly Home

Be proud of a more efficient home. You’ll save money and the planet at the same time.

Fast & Easy

We’re in and out of your home in a few short hours. You’ll feel the results immediately.

When you’re ready to learn how AeroBarrier of Arkansas can help improve your office’s air quality and comfort, give us a call at (501) 413-9411! We look forward to working with you! 

The AeroBarrier process is perfect for any property, commercial or residential.

Here are a few of the key benefits our sealing solution offers:

  • Weatherizes homes and businesses without the use of caulk or foam.
  • It provides toxin-free tightness within 4 hours of application.
  • It seals gaps from the diameter of a human hair up to 1/2 inch.
  • Our process meets the most aggressive air tightness standards today.
  • You can easily achieve passive house air tightness standards all within a matter of hours.
  • It’s the perfect remedy to existing workmanship errors affecting air tightness throughout a home or office building.
  • It completely eliminates noise and odor issues by simultaneously sealing.
  • It’s the perfect solution for any property from multi-family units and homes to commercial properties.

If you’re ready for breakthrough envelope sealing technology, call to schedule an appointment with our team at AeroBarriers of Arkansas, today! Our professional technicians will have your home or business ready to pass inspection at the highest standards while saving you the most money.

Call us today at (501) 413-9411 to book a visit or to learn more about our services.

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