Let’s face it. Mortgages are expensive. Homeowners insurance is expensive. That couch and 52″ flat screen TV? Both expensive items. Why don’t we look at the air we pay so much to heat (in the winter) and cool (in the summer) the same way? Why don’t we take the same care with protecting that investment?

Maybe the answer is because we can’t see it, smell it, or touch it. But the fact remains that most of us pay thousands each year in order to be comfortable when we eat, sleep, and live our lives. It’s time we took care of that, and radiant barrier perforated can be a place to start. That warm, toasty air that you’re enjoying is trying to escape right through your attic back outside. Traditional attic insulation can’t stop the air from escaping. Traditional mass insulation slows down heat by absorbing it; once the insulation has absorbed all it can hold, the heated air continues to rise and, well, is gone. That’s where radiant barrier perforated comes in.

When used in addition to traditional mass insulation, this lightweight, highly reflective and durable product will reflect heat right back into your living spaces. You’ll stay warmer but be able to turn the thermostat down! And in the summer you can stay cooler when you staple radiant barrier perforated up against the attic joists. Heated air from the outside will try to penetrate the attic through the roof but will be stopped cold by the radiant barrier and reflected back outside. The result is that your home will stay cooler without all that hot air making your HVAC system working harder. How’s that for protection?

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