Aeroseal, LLC.

Aeroseal, LLC.

Partner Employer

Miamisburg, Ohio, United States

Team size: 51 - 200

Sector: Built environment

About Aeroseal, LLC.


Founders: Amit Gupta, Mark Modera

Founded date: 2010

Connect: aeroseal.com

Company revenue: US$ 10 - 50 million

Investors: Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Building Ventures, Energy Impact Partners

Company stage: Series B

Aeroseal’s mission is to revolutionize the way buildings consume energy, drastically reducing their carbon emissions in a simple, safe, and cost-effective way. How will we do it? With our air-sealing technologies. Small leaks are a BIG problem -- The ducts and walls in buildings leak air - wasting energy and affecting comfort, and traditional sealing solutions fall short of solving the problem. Aeroseal’s technologies - HomeSeal Connect, SmartSeal, and AeroBarrier Connect - inject a fog of sealant particles into these pressurized spaces, efficiently sealing air leaks in both ducts and the building envelope. Software tracks the entire process, creating a certificate of completion showing before and after leakage. Aeroseal is one of the fastest-growing clean technology companies in the U.S. and has sealed over 250,000 buildings globally, spanning homes, hospitals, schools, government facilities, hotels, and offices. This commitment has resulted in billions of dollars in energy savings.

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