Priority Energy to Provide Innovative, Air Duct Sealing Technology to Create More Energy Efficient and Comfortable …


Priority Energy to Provide Innovative, Air Duct Sealing Technology to Create More Energy Efficient and Comfortable …
Over 90% of new and existing homes and buildings have leaks in their air duct systems that are equal to having a door open. Priority Energy, a Chicago-based, energy efficiency company, will offer Aeroseal technology to repair leaks and improve comfort, air quality and energy efficiency.

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