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The Most Difficult Air Vents to Seal

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Every contractor who performs duct leakage testing knows the process of sealing a supply register all too well. You start by pulling your vent tape out from the roll, taking two or three attempts to get a clean and wrinkle-free sheet. After ripping it off, you apply it to the surface of the register, hoping to get a proper seal the first time. Then you poke a hole in the tape and feed in the pressure hose, only to apply another piece of tape on top. If you ever have to prepare a home for duct leakage testing, you know...

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Vent Caps Savings Are All in the Unique Design

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How many times has the tape you use to seal and cover vents stuck to ceiling and register paint, plaster or wallpaper? And how many times have you had to waste time peeling it off excruciatingly slowly so no damage is caused? Last, how many times has the paint peeled or paper torn in spite of your efforts?

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Vent Caps vs. Tape

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Ever wondered what the advantages of using a vent cap instead of tape are? Watch and find out!

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Safe Employees Are Happy Employees

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They say that good help is hard to find. So when you find outstanding employees, you do everything you can to keep them happy and safe. 

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Ensure Accuracy in Every Duct Leakage Test

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Duct leakage testing is notoriously time-consuming, especially when it comes to prep work. Wouldn’t it be great if you could make duct leakage testing faster and more convenient, all without sacrificing the accuracy of your test results

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