Attic & Garage Solutions of Texas Where You can Access our Life Lift Systems, Attic and Garage Solutions, Green Energy Solutions all From One Professional Company
Loose-fill fiber glass and recycled green insulation utilizes a professional blowing machine for installation in open spaces and to fill hard-to-reach areas like corners, edges and around framing. A premium blown-in fiber glass or green insulation does not settle or decay, and can effectively provide insulation for the life of the home. It can provide R-values from R-11 to R-60. We work with about 4 major USA manufacturers for blown in insulation, Owens Corning, Certain Teed , Johns Manville, and Green Fiber, in order to give our customers the best options available for R-value, quality, safety, and pricing.
Please give us a call so we can come out and show you our products and services, and we will also show you how proper insulation can save you as much as 20 % on your electric bills!
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High Strength, Double-Sided Radiant Barrier.
Solar Foil Reflects 95% of the Sunlight Back to the Sky, Saving you 15-20% on your Utility Bills.
Solar Foil ™ is the industry leader in (perforated) radiant barrier. It meets all the most current codes and standards for radiant barriers including: the newest Fire Code (ASTM E84-10) and new Corrosively Testing (ASTM D3310-00). At 29.95 lbs per 1000 sf roll, Solar FOIL™ is a heavier weight product to withstand the test of time. Solar FOIL™ is a perforated radiant barrier for use in attics, walls, house wraps and more. Solar FOIL™ is double sided with a highly reflective film on both sides.
Solar FOIL™ is ENERGY STAR® Qualified.
Solar FOIL™ meets all current codes and standards.
*** This product may qualify for a 10% credit on your taxes ***
Please Call: 214-995-8466 for Installation Services and pricing.
By adding radiant barrier solar shield and insulation to the proper R-Value to your attic, it can lower your attic temperatures by as much 40 degrees in the summer and lower your cooling and heating cost by as much as 30 percent.