Reflective Insulation

1High Performance Reflective Insulation (sometimes called radiant barrier insulation) is a patented, strong, thin aluminum foil sheet designed to block radiant heat transfer across open spaces. Installed on the rafters in your attic, it works with your existing insulation to boost the insulation of your home.

Local Insulation Pros“, Rolled or Reflective Insulation dramatically reduces heat lost in the winter and gained during the summer, extending the life of heating and cooling systems and saving money on your energy bills and increasing your comfort.

Heat gain in buildings mainly comes from radiation and 75% comes from the roof. The roof and walls absorb the radiated heat, conduct it inwardly, and store it until exposed to the cooler air.

Rolled or Reflective insulation offers a perfect solution for insulation, and temperature maintenance in residential, commercial and industrial buildings and projects.

The benefits of our Reflective Insulation are:

  1. High thermal resistance performance, it re reflects 95%~97% of the radiated heat
  2. Saving energy and electricity cost
  3. Moisture-proof, anti-dew, good ductility
  4. Fire-retardant (Reflective Insulation Blanket-Big)
  5. Germ resistance, hard for rodent to nest
  6. Non-toxic, no formaldehyde, no asbestos, no fiber, no irritation and Carcinogens
  7. Noise reduction
  8. Easy to transport and install
  9. Recyclable, CO2 reduction to environmental friendly

By installing a radiant barrier across the rafters, your attic stays cooler and so do you. A radiant barrier in an attic can reduce air conditioning expenses by over 10%.  Radiant barriers are sometimes referred to as “reflective insulation” or”radiant barrier insulation” because, similar to insulation, they can effectively slow the transfer of heat.

 Unlike foam or cellulose, however, radiant heat barriers reflect heat back to its source. Radiant barriers are available in several forms.

In an attic, the radiant barriers we use can work just like these shiny car shades. When it’s hot, up to 97% of the sun’s heat can be reflected back outside by a radiant barrier.  This will reduce the heat gain and take a load off of your air conditioning. In the winter, this reflective effect works the other way, reflecting heat from the house back toward your living space.

 We are Licensed Bonded & Insured and year of experience guarantee our work. We will do our best to keep you as educated as we can on your particular task or project.

Free Engineer support. Whether you are specifying reflective foil insulation or you need other technical advice, please contact us at (480) 435-9731