Attic Radiant Barrier

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How the Artic Radiant Barrier Works

Heat can escape through the barrier, but it's never affected by moving heat through convection and conduction. The Barrier reduces the interior temperature by cooling the space.

Other materials use thermal conduction to slow the process of heat transfer. Cellulose, foam, and fiberglass are conductive materials. A radiant barrier evokes radiant energy.

In cold weather, we recommend radiant barrier insulation mounted with foam installation. Our team can do this for you and will always give you the best outcome possible.

Just about everyone has heard of Radiant barriers by now and they offer a way to save a huge amount of money on your bills. In fact, in warmer climates, you can expect to save up to 20% off your bills.

Barrier Options

Radiant barriers are great for saving energy in all types of buildings. That's why they come in different shapes and sizes to fit any space or customer preference. They offer many benefits but also have their own limitations.

Foil Faced Plastic

Foiled plastic is a thin barrier that's designed to stop odors from seeping through vents. It's most efficient when it's stapled to the base of the rafter near the edges

Foil-Faced Foam insulation

These have been scientifically proven to reduce heat loss by almost 99%. With their uncompromising insulation, you'll be able to maximize your home's energy efficiency.

Radiant Barrier Paint

For an efficient, cost-effective job make sure to apply the paint in spray form. It does not perform as well as other Radiant Barriers but it's among the more affordable options.

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