The Reflective Building Insulation Advantage
Heating and cooling costs are rising every year. It is more important that ever to have an energy efficient, properly insulated building. Reflective building insulation is different from traditional styles of insulation such as cellulose and fiberglass. Traditional insulation attempts to slow the transfer of heat. Eventually, it will heat up to the point where the transfer can not be avoided. RadiantGUARD reflective barrier insulation is not designed to absorb heat. Instead, it reflects it away from your building in the summer or back into your building during the winter.
RadiantGUARD Reflective Barrier Insulation
There are many advantages to the RadiantGUARD, including the fact that it is relatively easy to install. It can be used in new construction or easily added into an existing building. In fact, home installation of RadiantGUARD reflective barrier insulation is often undertaken by do it yourselfers.
Other advantages of RadiantGUARD products include:
- RadiantGUARD reflects 95-97% heat
- Can be installed without removing existing insulation
- Reflective building insulation can cut energy consumption by about 30%
- RadiantGUARD products are 99% aluminum
- Reflective insulation can help extend the life of air conditioners
- Much more effective that spray on reflective insulation products
- Meets California’s Title 24 and ASTM C1313 specifications
RadiantGUARD offers several products specifically designed for various applications to allow you to reap the maximum possible benefit. For example, we offer double bubble insulation specially designed for concrete floors and radiant heat systems as well as water heater insulation kits.
All RadiantGUARD radiant barrier products can be easily reviewed and ordered online. You will also find many tricks and tips to make DIY installation even easier. If you have additional questions or would like to discuss large volume purchases, feel free to contact us via our online contact form, live chats or toll free at (866) 528-8412 during normal business hours (Central time).