October 15, 2018

Wallingford firm acquires CT duct-sealing contractor

Wallingford-based CMC Energy Services said its acquired a fellow Connecticut company that offers services in the building efficiency market.

CMC said it's agreed to buy ECS Aeroseal, based in Southport, for an undisclosed price.

ECS is an approved dealer of Aeroseal, which is a product used for sealing the inside of duct systems to reduce air leaks.

"As we expand our energy efficiency offerings to new industries and new locations, we look forward to leveraging the ECS Aeroseal team's talents and technologies to the benefit of our residential, multifamily and commercial customers," said Eileen McGinnis, CMC's CEO, said in a statement.

Aeroseal is a liquid that's heated into a nontoxic mist before being blown through a duct system, where it solidifies around leaks.There are about a dozen Aeroseal dealers in Connecticut, according to the company's website.

Until 2010, Aeroseal was owned by Carrier Corp., which is a part of Farmington-based United Technologies.

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