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Insulation & Radiant Barriers

Insulation & Duct Work

New Duct Work

  • Blown Insulation - We can blow-in “InsulSafe” fiberglass insulation to attics. Whether adding on to your existing insulation or a new job.
  • Duct Cleaning - Not only do we repair, seal and replace duct work, but we can inspect the interior of your duct work with special cameras and clean it as well. We use "RotoBrush" equipment. Sanitizing is included with our service.

Radiant Barriers

  • What is Radiant Barrier? Heat penetrates buildings in three ways: conduction, convection and radiation. Radiation is the transfer of heat by electromagnetic waves known as radiation. Thermal radiation is a form of invisible light that travels through the air from a warm to a cool surface. Warm surfaces, such as roof decks warmed by the sun, will radiate or emit their heat to cooler interior building surfaces. Radiant barriers address heat flows by radiation. A radiant barrier is a low-e surface placed in the path of thermal radiation that blocks heat transfer.
  • "HeatBloc-Ultra" is an aluminum colored, water-based, low emissivity (low-e) coating. When applied to building materials such as plywood, OSB or plasterboard, HeatBloc-Ultra lowers their surface emissivity to 0.19 or lower, thereby blocking 81% of the radiant heat trying to enter the home.
  • What is Emissivity? Emissivity is the ability of a surface to radiate or emit energy in the form of long wave electromagnetic radiation. It is represented by a value from 0-1. The closer the value is to 1, the less effective the surface is at impeding radiant heat transfer.
    • Wood has an emissivity of 0.90. Thus, when wood is heated above the temperature of surrounding surfaces, it will tend to transfer 90% of its heat energy by radiation.
    • HeatBloc-Ultra, when applied to most non-porous surfaces, will decrease the surface emissivity to 0.19 or lower, allowing only 19% of the heat energy to be transferred by radiation.
  • HeatBloc-Ultra does not lose its effectiveness over time like some radiant barriers. Foils can tear and require the staples to penetrate the barrier. Foil chips can accumulate dust, which diminishes their effectiveness.
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