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How Radiant Barrier Works - AtticFoil® Reflects Heat Coming Off The Roof
 
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http://AtticFoil.com - How Radiant Barrier Foil Insulation Works In An Attic. Radiant barrier works by reflecting heat coming off the roof. Normally the heat travels across the attic by radiation and is absorbed by the attic insulation. Normal attic insulation only helps to reduce conductive heat (R-Value) flow. Eventually the insulation heats up and the heat is transferred into the home. A radiant barrier will REFLECT the heat coming off the roof and make the INSULATION COOLER. By reducing the insulation temperature, it reduces heat flow into the home.
Radiant Barrier Installation - How To Install Radiant Barrier
 
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http://AtticFoil.com - Radiant Barrier Installation - Open-Ridge Staple-Up Method This video shows the professional installers from www.GreenLows.com installing heavyweight double-sided AtticFoil Radiant Barrier Foil Insulation. The Open-Ridge or staple up method is usually the best installation method for warm or hot climates. The concept is pretty simple. The roof gets hot and is converted to radiant energy (heat). Radiant heat travels at the speed of light until it is either absorbed or reflected. Normally, the heat is absorbed by attic insulation. By installing radiant barrier attic foil, the radiant heat being emitted by the roof is reflected BEFORE it has the chance to be absorbed by the attic insulation. The result is cooler insulation, less heat gain into the home and a more efficient and comfortable home. Order Radiant Barrier Online: http://AtticFoil.com Visit http://AtticFoil.com for complete information on Do-It-Yourself Radiant Barrier Foil installations, tips and tricks.
Does Radiant Barrier Damage Shingles?
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/install-questions/shingleroof-temperatures.html A common question that we get at AtticFoil.com is whether a radiant barrier will damage the roof or shingles. The short answer is "No." The Department Of Energy has done testing and concluded that shingles temperature increase between 2º-10º degrees with the use of a radiant barrier. We decided to put it to the test on a hot summer day in Texas. Considering that the shingles were in the 170º temperature range, we had an increase of about 6-7º over the radiant barrier foil insulation. This small increase in temperature should have a minimal to no affect on shingle life considering that typical roofing materials are designed to handle constant temperatures close to 200 degrees.
How To Install Radiant Barrier AtticFoil - Part 1
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/applications-a-uses/attic-applications.html Mega Installation Video for Installing AtticFoil Radiant Barrier Foil. This is the first video in a 3 part series; part one discusses the two main goals with installing any radiant barrier and why just adding more insulation won't solve your radiant heat load problem.
AtticFoil® Compared To eShield, Reflectix and Other Bubble Foil Insulation
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/knowledge-base/227-how-does-atticfoil-compare-to-eshield-prodex-bubble-foil-etc.html How Does AtticFoil® compare to products like Solarguard, eShield insulation, bubble foil products, and other foil/foam/fiberglass type products. Some products CLAIM to have an r-value of over 11 and are ONLY about 1/4" thick. What is never mentioned is that in order to get the R-11 value, the product MUST be installed INSIDE a 2 x4 wood frame and have 3/4" plywood on BOTH sides. It is the ENTIRE assembly or "system" that achieves an R-11 in a heat flow down test. This requires over 3 inches of "dead" air. Radiant barrier products installed in a ventilated attic are NEVER installed in this method, therefore can not achieve an R-11 value as advertised. In this video Ed Fritz - the owner of http://www.AtticFoil.com/ reads the FINE PRINT and clearly explains how other products can claim to achieve an r-value of 11 and only be 1/4" thick.
Radiant Barrier Foil Insulation - Why Is Air Gap or Space Required?
 
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http://AtticFoil.com - Why Is An Air Space Required For Radiant Barrier? Ed Fritz, the owner of http://AtticFoil.com illustrates why you MUST have an air gap on at least one side of the radiant barrier foil insulation for it to be effective. In fact, without an air gap, heat flow is actually accelerated through conduction or conductive heat flow. Ed also explains and demonstrates the difference between reflectivity and emissivity. This video gives tips on adding radiant barrier to walls and why you cannot put radiant barrier directly between the shingles and your roofing felt or deck when you re-roof with new shingles. Radiant Barrier Decking works off of emissivity rather than reflectivity. Visit http://AtticFoil.com for complete information on Do-It-Yourself Radiant Barrier installations, tips and trricks. http://AtticFoil.com - - -Order Online 24 hrs/day - - -
26 Inch Wide Radiant Barrier For Truss Attics - Tips from AtticFoil.com
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/applications-a-uses/attic-applications/truss-attic-staple-up.html 26" wide Radiant Barrier Attic Foil Insulation is the material to use in a truss attic. The foil is easy to install, has minimal cutting and Ed shows you some tips on how to get the best installation.
Radiant Barrier - Short Installation Summary
 
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http://www.AtticFoil.com - Short Summary of How Radiant Barrier Foil Insulation Works In An Attic. Radiant barrier works by reflecting heat coming off the roof. Normally the heat travels across the attic by radiation and is absorbed by the attic insulation. Normal attic insulation only helps to reduce conductive heat (R-Value) flow. Eventually the insulation heats up and the heat is transferred into the home. A radiant barrier will REFLECT the heat coming off the roof and make the INSULATION COOLER. By reducing the insulation temperature, it reduces heat flow into the home. This video addresses the concept of radiant barrier, how to staple it up, partial verses full coverage and attic ventilation.
Reflectix® Radiant Barrier Vs. AtticFoil® Heavyweight Radiant Barrier
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/knowledge-base/227-how-does-atticfoil-compare-to-eshield-prodex-bubble-foil-etc.html - Ed compares AtticFoil® radiant barrier and Reflectix® side by side. The weight, durability and strength and the cost easily put AtticFoil in a category all its own; there is no question about it: AtticFoil is the best radiant barrier foil you can buy. http://www.atticfoil.com/knowledge-base/227-how-does-atticfoil-compare-to-eshield-prodex-bubble-foil-etc.html
Radiant Barrier Department Of Energy - Reflectivity vs Emissivity
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/technical-information/dept-of-energy-test-results.html Depending on which side of the double-sided product the air gap is one, AtticFoil will either use reflectivity to reflect heat, or emissivity to block it. Radiant barrier decking (ex. TechShield or Solar Board) uses emissivity, where as stapling AtticFoil to the bottom of the rafters uses reflectivity and is more effective at reducing heat transfer.
How to Install Radiant Barrier AtticFoil - Part 2
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/applications-a-uses/attic-applications.html This is the 2nd part in a 3 part video series on installing AtticFoil Radiant Barrier Foil. In this video, Ed covers the supplies needed for a complete installation, the proper gaps needed in the installation and some tips and tricks to make installation easy.
Radiant Barrier For Truss Attics
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/applications-a-uses/attic-applications/truss-attic-staple-up.html It IS possible to install AtticFoil quickly and easily in a truss built attic using our 26" wide AtticFoil radiant barrier foil rolls. Watch the video for more tips on this type of installation.
Enerflex® Radiant Barrier From Home Depot vs. AtticFoil® Radiant Barrier Direct
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/ Ed compares AtticFoil® Radiant Barrier to Enerflex® Radiant Barrier From Home Depot. He explains how the difference in installation between the two makes AtticFoil a better choice for maximum coverage AND it costs about 3 times LESS than the radiant barrier from a local distributor.
How To Install Radiant Barrier In A Cathedral Ceiling
 
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http://AtticFoil.com - Radiant Barrier Installation - How To Install Radiant Barrier In A Cathedral Ceiling This video shows how to get a radiant barrier into a cathedral ceiling if you are building a bonus room or finishing out an attic space. Order Radiant Barrier Online: http://AtticFoil.com Visit http://AtticFoil.com for complete information on Do-It-Yourself Radiant Barrier Foil installations, tips and tricks.
Installing Radiant Barrier Insulation in a Shed, Barn or Garage
 
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http://warehousefoil.com/applications-and-uses/barns-and-sheds.html Ed explains how to install radiant barrier foil insulation in a basic shed assembly. He covers the two installation methods for keeping heat out/in depending on your climate. ***Thumbs up for more commercial application videos!
Improving R-value with Radiant Barrier Over Insulation
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/applications-a-uses/attic-applications/lay-out.html Ed discusses the biggest energy efficiency mistake in residential homes and how to easily fix it so your home is more comfortable and energy efficient all year long.
Bubble Foil Scams - False Claims About 11 R-Value By Other Products
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/knowledge-base/227-how-does-atticfoil-compare-to-eshield-prodex-bubble-foil-etc.html How Does AtticFoil® compare to products like Solarguard, eShield insulation, bubble foil products, and other foil/foam/fiberglass type products. Some products CLAIM to have an r-value of over 11 and are ONLY about 1/4" thick. What is never mentioned is that in order to get the R-11 value, the product MUST be installed INSIDE a 2 x4 wood frame and have 3/4" plywood on BOTH sides. It is the ENTIRE assembly or "system" that achieves an R-11 in a heat flow down test. This requires over 3 inches of "dead" air. The term "up to 11.6 R-value" is also used. Radiant barrier products installed in a ventilated attic are NEVER installed in this method, therefore can not achieve an R-11 value as advertised. In this video Ed Fritz - the owner of http://www.AtticFoil.com/ demonstrates how a total the R-11 test result is achieved. The R-11 is achieved by taking a product and incorporating it into a "system" or "assembly" using 2x4 wood framing and 3/4" plywood. The ENTIRE system is then tested for downward heat flow.
RoofingFoil - Single Vs. Double Sided For Metal & Tile Roofing Systems
 
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Should you use a single or double sided radiant barrier roofing underlayment? http://www.RoofingFoil.com Ed explains the difference between the single and double sided radiant barrier RoofingFoil and the correct time and applications for using each product. Buy RoofingFoil here: http://roofingfoil.com/buy-roofingfoil-radiant-barrier/
Radiant Barrier Paint vs. Foil - What's The Difference?
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/install-questions/paint-vs-foil.html - Radiant Barrier Paint vs. Radiant Barrier Foil - Which is better? How to compare radiant barrier foil insulation to radiant barrier paints. The paints technically are not "Radiant Barriers" since they do not reflect over 90% of the radiant heat. Radiant Barrier Attic Foil ALWAYS reflects 97% of the radiant heat. Different radiant barrier paint reflect between 15-75%. Plus variables like painting the rafters, how thin the paint is applied or if water is added to the paint can affect the final effectiveness. This video goes through the different variables with installing radiant barrier spray paint so you can get a good understanding of the differences between radiant barrier paint and radiant barrier foil insulation. Order Radiant Barrier Online: http://AtticFoil.com Visit http://AtticFoil.com for complete information on Do-It-Yourself Radiant Barrier Foil installations, tips and trricks. http://AtticFoil.com
Radiant Barrier Wall Installation - How To Install Inside Walls
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/applications-a-uses/walls/outside.html How to install radiant barrier foil insulation inside a wall. Radiant barrier inside a wall will greatly reduce the heat flow on West, South and East facing walls. This video show how to install AtticFoil® Radiant Barrier inside a wall application to help keep the heat out.
RoofingFoil - WATCH THIS BEFORE you buy a METAL or TILE ROOF!!
 
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If you're about to install a metal, tile or some type of slate roofing system that has a built-in air space, you have to install a radiant barrier! To find out why, watch this quick video. Ed shows how easy RoofingFoil is to install and what a big impact installing a radiant barrier in your new roof can make on both the comfort and effiency of your home or business.
Metal Roofing And Radiant Barrier Foil Insulation
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/applications-a-uses/under-raised-roofs.html Installing AtticFoil radiant barrier foil under a metal roof is quick and easy. Ed shows you how simply adding a radiant barrier to certain roofing systems (such as metal roofs and tile roofs) can drastically improve the comfort of the home. The heat radiates toward the roof deck and 97% of the radiant energy is bounced back. It's efficient, easy and effective - guaranteed. The battens create the necessary air space to make the system work. This is the same for concrete or slate shingles. This is a GREAT SYSTEM.
RoofingFoil - Solid vs. Perforated - Metal Roofing Underlayment Guide
 
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In this video Ed explains the differenc between the SOLID Vapor Barrier RoofingFoil and the PERFORATED RoofingFoil product which is NOT a vapor barrier. http://www.RoofingFoil.com
Radiant Heat vs Conductive Heat - Why An Air Space Is Required For A Radiant Barrier To Work
 
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http://www.AtticFoil.com/ - This video illustrates the difference between radiant heat flow and conductive heat flow. Why an air space is REQUIRED on one side of the radiant barrier to work. Without an air space heat will flow directly through the foil by conduction. This is why you CANNOT put foil directly under shingles without an airspace and get any benefit. http://www.atticfoil.com/applications-a-uses/under-raised-roofs.html - Radiant barrier will work under raised tile or metal roofs.
Attic Ventilation Troubleshooting and Radiant Barrier
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/install-questions/attic-ventilation.html In this video Ed discusses the #1 attic ventilation problem we hear about from customers every day. Watch this short video to learn more about attic ventilation and radiant barrier working together to make your home more comfortable and energy efficient. ***THUMBS UP if you like videos with tips and tricks for energy efficiency.
DIY - "Green" Energy Barrier With AtticFoil® Over Attic Insulation
 
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http://AtticFoil.com - How Attic Insulation & Radiant Barrier Work Together in Cold Climates This video shows the benefits of combining radiant barrier attic foil with attic insulation will create a green energy barrier in your attic. Installing radiant barrier attic foil along with good attic insulation will help to make your home more comfortable and energy efficient. A radiant barrier will reduce radiant heat loss and reduce air flow in the insulation which reduces the R-Value of the attic insulation. Order Radiant Barrier Online: http://AtticFoil.com Visit http://AtticFoil.com for complete information on Do-It-Yourself Radiant Barrier Foil installations, tips and tricks.
Metal Building Insulation - WareHouseFoil.com
 
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http://www.warehousefoil.com/ Adding a radiant barrier to a non-conditioned metal building (warehouse, shed, barn, garage, airplane hangar, etc.) will keep 97% of radiant heat OUT of the building so it feels cooler. It's the best way to insulate a metal building from heat gain in the summer. Complete installation guides and application ideas can be found at www.warehousefoil.com.
Why SuperPerf™ Radiant Barrier Over Attic Insulation?
 
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Our new SuperPerf™ Radiant Barrier is designed to use in a cold/mixed climate when you want to add a radiant barrier foil on top of the existing insulation on your attic floor. If you're worried that putting a radiant barrier over your insulation will trap moisture and cause problems, you're not alone! Some radiant barrier foils WILL trap moisture below and you definitely don't want those! Watch the video to learn about the features of our new SuperPerf™ and why it's going to be the best solution to your energy efficiency and comfort issues in the attic! How to Install SuperPerf™ AtticFoil® here: https://goo.gl/yj4M5Y Buy the new SuperPerf™ (or view pricing options) here: https://goo.gl/yI7NBL Request a FREE sample packet that includes the new SuperPerf™ here: https://goo.gl/vVv470
Biggest Attic Insulation Scam... REVEALED!
 
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http://bythebaginsulation.com/ The problem of fluffing is rampant among attic insulation companies and Ed is going to tell you all about it! Watch the video and learn how you can know what to ask for to prevent this scam from happening to you. Get R-value recommendations: http://bythebaginsulation.com/coverage-charts/ Find an installing attic insulation contractor: http://bythebaginsulation.com/find-an-installer/ Read through the most commonly asked questions about attic insulation: http://bythebaginsulation.com/frequently-asked-questions/
Radiant Barrier Installation Directly Over Attic Insulation
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/applications-a-uses/attic-applications/lay-out.html In this video Ed shows you how to install AtticFoil radiant barrier foil over (on top of) your existing insulation to maximize the benefit in the cold months of winter. 1/2 face respirator with P100 filter available here: http://www.amazon.com/3M-Series-Facepiece-Respirator-Medium/dp/B000FTEDMM WHY you should install radiant barrier AtticFoil over your insulation VIDEO here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qm-N2JEsQMc
RoofingFoil - How To Install A Radiant Barrier In Metal Or Tile Roofs
 
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How to install a radiant barrier under metal or tile roofing systems: http://www.RoofingFoil.com Installing a radiant barrier is one of the easiest, low cost, and fastest way to make a metal or tile roof super energy efficient and extend the life of the underlayments and roofing deck. In this video Ed shows the four most common installation methods for installing a radiant barrier. Under battens, direct to roof deck, under battens and counter battens and between battens and counter battens. No matter what type of roof you are installing: tile, metal, standing seam metal, stone coated steel, or a corrogated product, RoofingFoil will make the roof better.
SuperPerf™ Radiant Barrier Compared To Original AtticFoil®
 
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This video compares the similarities and the differences between our original radiant barrier AtticFoil® and our new SuperPerf™ foil that has been punched (versus a micro-perforation) to create an ultra permeable product that will not trap moisture. SuperPerf™ is perfect for applications where foil is installed over existing attic insulation on the attic floor in cold or mixed climates. How to Install SuperPerf™ AtticFoil® here: https://goo.gl/yj4M5Y Buy the new SuperPerf™ (or view pricing options) here: https://goo.gl/yI7NBL Request a FREE sample packet that includes the new SuperPerf™ here: https://goo.gl/vVv470
How To install Radiant Barrier AtticFoil - Part 3
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/applications-a-uses/attic-applications.html Part 3 of the Mega Installation Video series. In this final installment, Ed discusses how do deal with obstacles in the attic and attic ventilation to maximize the effectiveness of your radiant barrier foil installation.
Garage and Metal Building Insulation - New Foil With White Vinyl On One Side
 
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http://warehousefoil.com/index.php/products/48-wide-foil-plus-white-vinyl-perforated.html Ed introduces our latest product: Heavyweight NO-Tear Radiant Barrier Foil with a bright, white vinyl on one side. This product was designed for the interior of metal buildings, sheds, barns, airplane hanger and warehouses to reflect the heat but provide a clean white interior finish.
Radiant Barrier Questions - How To Get Accurate Attic Air Temperature
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/products/48-standard.html Radiant Barrier Foil Question: I have two thermometers in my attic but one is always reading about fifteen degrees hotter than the other. When I bring the thermometers inside, both read the same temperature. What is going on? To answer, Ed Fritz, owner of AtticFoil Radiant Barrier Supply, explains the difference between surface temperatures & air temperatures, and offers advice on how to get the most accurate reading from your thermometers.
Radiant Barrier Savings?
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/how-radiant-barrier-works/expected-savings.html - In this video Ed Fritz describes how saving can vary greatly based on the shape of a home.
Radiant Barrier Questions  - Does Partial Coverage Work?
 
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Radiant Barrier Foil Question: Will AtticFoil radiant barrier still be effective if I can only cover part of my attic space? To answer, Ed Fritz, owner of AtticFoil Radiant Barrier Supply, explains the cumulative effect of foil and why partial coverage is better than none.
Radiant Barrier Questions - Attic Temperature and Radiant Barrier
 
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Radiant Barrier Foil Question: How much cooler should my attic be after installing a radiant barrier? To answer, Ed Fritz, owner of AtticFoil Radiant Barrier Supply, explains the variables of heat gain and air flow and how they contribute to your attic's air temperature.
Choosing the Best Radiant Barrier Install Method
 
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You've heard about AtticFoil brand foil insulation, you've done your research, you've measured and bought your foil and now it's time to install it. But which method is the best one? Should you staple the foil up on the bottom of the roof rafters/trusses? Or should you lay it on the attic floor, over the insulation? You've seen both and aren't sure what's the best way to do it. Watch this video to find out which method is best for your home and why and if you want more info, visit the website: https://atticfoil.com/index.php/installation/best-install-method/ *Staple Up Method Instructions: https://atticfoil.com/index.php/installation/staple-up-installation/ *Staple Up Method - Truss Attic Instructions: https://atticfoil.com/index.php/installation/staple-up-installation-trusses/ *Over the Insulation Method Instructions: https://atticfoil.com/index.php/installation/over-the-insulation-install/ *Tall Attic Method Instructions: https://atticfoil.com/index.php/installation/flat-top-install/ **How to Measure Your Attic for Radiant Barrier: https://atticfoil.com/index.php/installation/how-to-measure-your-attic/
Radiant Barrier Secrets - How To Stay Cool Inside Your Attic
 
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http://AtticFoil.com - Secrets To Staying Cool Inside Your Attic. Tricks The Professional Radiant Barrier Installers Use. You can install radiant barrier foil insulation like a pro if you know a couple of tips, tricks or secrets. Watch the video to learn two tricks that will let you stay in your attic all day even on the hottest day of the year. Order Radiant Barrier Online: http://AtticFoil.com Radiant Barrier Installation Tips & Tricks http://atticfoil.com/radiant%20barrier%20trick.htm
AtticFoil FAQ Fridays Episode 01: Air Gaps, Ridge Venting and Adding More Insulation
 
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This series focuses on frequently asked questions (FAQs) that we receive from customers just like you. This episode addresses how to install the foil with the proper air gaps, how to properly handle ventilation (whether you have it or not), and what to do when you are installing foil now, but want to add more insulation to your attic later. Previous FAQ videos: https://goo.gl/awutuJ For a full list of FAQs, visit our site: https://goo.gl/LPHmp7
Metal Building Insulation - How To Install Radiant Barrier
 
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http://www.WareHouseFoil.com/ A basic overview for installing WareHouseFoil radiant barrier in any non-conditioned (no A/C or heat) structure. This works for warehouses, barns, sheds, airplane hangars, storage units, garages, etc. The main goal is to get a continuous layer of WareHouseFoil under the roof between the roof and the interior of the building. Doing this will prevent 97% of radiant heat gain and produce a cooler building. Complete installation guide is here: http://www.warehousefoil.com/index.php/applications-and-uses/277-install-guide-for-non-conditioned-buildings.html
RoofingFoil - Contractor Guide For Metal & Tile Roofing
 
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Why every metal or tile roof should have a radiant barrier installed: http://www.RoofingFoil.com Ed Explains why radiant barrier in "raised" roofing systems like metal and tile are becoming the fastest growing installation method by many roofing contractors. Also, how installing a radiant barrier will make your customer happier, more comfortable and help send you more roofing refferals.
Radiant Barrier Questions - Size of Gaps At Top & Bottom Of Attic?
 
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Radiant Barrier Foil Question: I'm installing AtticFoil radiant barrier using the staple-up method. How much of a gap should I leave at the tops and the bottoms of the foil to allow for proper ventilation? To answer, Ed Fritz, owner of AtticFoil Radiant Barrier Supply, explains the basics of attic ventilation and how it works best when you have a radiant barrier.
Radiant Barrier Questions - Can I REALLY Install It Myself?
 
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Radiant Barrier Foil Question: I'm interested in installing a radiant barrier - can I really install it myself? Just how difficult is it? To answer, Ed Fritz, owner of AtticFoil Radiant Barrier Supply, directs the customer to the website, www.AtticFoil.com, to get tips, tricks, pictures, videos & testimonials of customers who have done it on their own. He also gives his top 2 tips for taking on this do-it-yourself project and how to get started on your own.
Attic Insulation Products - Radiant Barrier Foils
 
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The top 3 most popular foil insulation products for attic installations. Featuring: * The Original, best-selling AtticFoil™: https://goo.gl/KQrSfF * Our exclusive SuperPerf™ foil for cold/mixed climates: https://goo.gl/Bi5uDo * Contractor-grade, budget foil for price conscious customers: https://goo.gl/8t2boz All of our foil products are made with 99.9% PURE aluminum! No metalized films sold here! Pure aluminum reflects 97% of radiant heat and has NO issues with oxidation. For more info about metalized films vs pure aluminum radiant barriers, check this page on our website: https://goo.gl/XVMCJa Want to see these products in person? Request a sample packet on our website here: https://goo.gl/M2SX9d
Attic Insulation - Quick How To Install SuperPerf™ Radiant Barrier
 
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If you live in a cold climate and want to install foil attic insulation, then AtticFoil®'s exclusively designed SuperPerf™ is right for you. This product is made to go on top of attic insulation, on the attic floor and it's designed with large perforations to allow water vapor to easily escape so your attic stays dry. For more info, visit the complete install page here: https://goo.gl/yj4M5Y Buy the new SuperPerf™ (or view pricing options) here: https://goo.gl/yI7NBL Request a FREE sample packet that includes the new SuperPerf™ here: https://goo.gl/vVv470
Radiant Barrier Product Line - AtticFoil.com
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/products - Complete AtticFoil Radiant Barrier Product Line: In this video, Ed describes the different products sold at AtticFoil.com. He covers the 26" wide radiant barrier foil, the 48" wide radiant barrier foil and the exclusive 60" wide radiant barrier foil. Ed also explains the ideal applications for installing each of the widths and offers tips for the DIY crowd.
SUPERCHARGE Your Attic Insulation With SuperPerf Radiant Barrier!
 
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SuperPerf™ was designed to be installed over (or on top of) your existing attic insulation, on the attic floor. The perforations in this product are larger than our original AtticFoil® to allow for greater vapor transmission (breathability). If you're in a cold/mixed climate, above the central USA and you're installing it on the attic floor, this is the product for you! Read How to Install SuperPerf™ AtticFoil® here: https://goo.gl/yj4M5Y Buy the new SuperPerf™ (or view pricing options) here: https://goo.gl/yI7NBL Request a FREE sample packet that includes the new SuperPerf™ here: https://goo.gl/vVv470
eShield Attic Energy Barrier Compared To AtticFoil Radiant Barrier
 
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http://www.atticfoil.com/knowledge-base/227-how-does-atticfoil-compare-to-eshield-prodex-bubble-foil-etc.html Ed shows why stapling up products with fiberglass in a vented attic does not really produce any additional R-value. All foil products will reflect the heat, but you want more R-value on the floor of the attic.

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