Radiant Barrier Insulation

What is Radiant Barrier Insulation?

Radiant barrier is a highly reflective material that blocks the transfer of radiant heat by reflecting it away from its surface offering a permanent way to reduce your monthly utility costs. Radiant barrier insulation systems stop radiant heat energy instead of absorbing it like fiberglass insulation. Because this foil insulation is unaffected by humidity, it will continue to perform at a consistent level no matter how humid the seasonal climate.

Do you need Radiant Barrier Insulation?

Determining if radiant barrier is right for your home is what we do. Using infrared imaging and visual inspection tools, we can quickly and confidently determine if your attic space is a good fit for this insulation system. An in-home Energy Audit is also a great way to determine if your attic space is a good fit. If you are questioning the integrity of your home’s attic insulation, please feel free to give us a call for a free in-home estimate.

Benefits of Radiant Barrier Insulation

Lower energy costs

All of our customers will experience a high amount of energy savings as a result of significantly reduced heat gain. Benefits to a household budget can be great: This small investment can make a dramatic change in a home, especially in homes built earlier than the 1980’s. Simply saving money can be one of the most appealing factors to many homeowners.


Those who are motivated by helping the environment will be happy knowing that attic insulation will help the environment. The energy saved with this service means less need for power plants to produce said energy. Reducing the amount of energy we consume can have a big effect on our local ecosystems.


Who doesn’t like to be comfortable in their own home? Radiant barrier will have a huge impact on the comfort of your home in the summer months. Radiant barriers can reduce attic temperatures 20 degrees to 35 degrees. This will have a huge effect on helping the areas below to stay cooler in the summer. If you have that one room that you can’t seem to keep cool no matter what you set your thermostat to, you might have an insulation problem.

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