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Radiant Barrier Complements Existing Insulation

Radiant Barrier saves energy in hot or cold climates. Radiant Barrier installed in an attic blocks 95 percent of the heat radiating through the roof.

Radiant Barrier complements existing insulation already installed in a residence or building.

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Attic Stair Cover Benefits

Traditional attic stair covers do a good job of sealing the attic from the interior living space from convective heat. However, they do nothing to stop radiant heat from passing through their product into the home during the summer months.

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Retaining Heat in the Winter

Because heat always gravitates toward cold, retaining heat inside a structure during the winter months can be challenging. Heat will radiant out through open doors, walls, windows, basements and attics, seeking to warm the outside ambient temperature. Your heater then attempts to replace the heat leaving the structure.

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What to Know When Calculating Insulation Costs

Energy costs continue to rise each year in the United States. Insulation is one of the least expensive solutions to the problem. However, determining the cost of building insulation can be complicated, so it’s important to know how the price is calculated before making the investment.

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A Condensed Look at Over 50 Years of Radiant Barrier Research

Where’s the best place to install radiant barrier? What kind of performance can be expected? How does it work in different climates? How does it compare to the paints? These are just a few of the questions addressed, spanning decades of research from numerous independent sources.

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Metal Building Reflective Insulation

Metal buildings are popular in commercial, industrial and agricultural applications because of low construction cost. Tempshield® Reflective Insulation radiant barrier regulates heat gain or loss and helps minimize condensation.

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Things to Know When Completing Your Own Home Energy Audit

One of the most effective ways to save energy is to conduct a home energy audit. An audit can help reveal where you may be losing the most energy and the parts of your home where you should make updates to increase efficiency. If you have never conducted your own in-home energy audit, there are a few things you should know before you begin.

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