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Radiaflect™ Reflective Insulation

RadiaflectRadiaflect™ is designed to supplement your existing insulation and dramatically cut energy loss year round. More than 45% of an average home’s wasted energy is lost through the attic, mostly via radiant transfer. Ordinary insulation does little to stop radiant transfer, but Radiaflect cuts it by 97% – making it one of the best ways to lower your cost of home ownership.

Ordinary mass insulation like fiberglass or cellulose is a good start toward making your home energy efficient. But once this insulation tops your attic joists, adding more of the same delivers diminishing returns. Mass insulation slows convective and conductive heat transfer, but it does little to stop radiant transfer, the principal cause of home energy loss. Radiaflect works to supplement the insulation already in your attic by stopping radiant heat transfer.

Save money, energy & taxes

Radiaflect Reflective Insulation pays big dividends from the day it’s installed in your attic by lowering your heating and cooling costs and enhancing the value of your home.

But it also pays at tax time. Radiaflect qualifies for a Federal tax credit, and many states, cities and utilities offer incentives as well.

Developed and manufactured in America

Radiaflect was developed by a pioneer in the field of reflective insulation. It has passed the most demanding performance and safety tests for use as insulation in attics, under concrete slabs, in crawl spaces and as a house wrap under siding. Its patented manufacturing process makes possible the Radiaflect Lifetime Warranty. It was developed in America and every square inch is manufactured in the United States by American workers.


What Radiaflect is & how it can keep your home comfortable, lower energy costs, & qualify for an energy tax credit...


See a full demonstration how radiaflect works and why you just can't get the performance by adding more insulation...


See a side by side comparison between Radiaflect & the standard radiant barrier used by our competitors...


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