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Radiant Barrier Menlo Park

Radiant Barrier Menlo Park

We use a 3-part Energy Reduction System (ERS System) to make your home or office as energy efficient as possible, save you money on heating and cooling costs, reduce your carbon footprint on the environment and improve indoor air quality.

We provide long-term, real solutions that increase your home’s sustainability and protect your family throughout the year.

The best way to determine which insulation products are right for your attic is to schedule an in-home assessment. We can take a look at your attic environment and recommend the right insulation. You can choose from fiberglass, wool, and cellulose insulation.

The purpose of an energy attic audit is to prevent you from wasting money on inadequate or outdated insulation products. We perform a thorough inspection of your attic to determine how you can protect your home and lower your energy costs. We assess every area of your attic, test for proper ventilation, and perform thermal heat tests. All of our audits are honest, accurate, and have your home’s best interest in mind.

Radiant barrier reflects 97% of thermal heat in your attic. By keeping the heat from getting into your home, you save up to 40% in energy costs. Radiant barrier is easy to install, non-toxic, and noncarcinogenic. It also exceeds all fire and smoke safety codes. Once installed, radiant barrier requires little to no maintenance over the years.

We offer thermographic imaging, solar-powered attic vents, air conditioning units & duct sealing, radiant barrier duct wrapping. All of our services are designed to improve insulation, ventilation, air quality, and energy savings. We offer a comprehensive package of attic services so that you only have to work with one company.

About Our Radiant Barrier Company

At Here, our mission is to improve the areas in your home that truly count: air quality, comfort, efficiency. We provide long-term, real solutions that increase your home’s sustainability and protect your family throughout the year.

Which insulation is best for my home?

The best way to determine which insulation products are right for your attic is to schedule an in-home assessment. We can take a look at your attic environment and recommend the right insulation. You can choose from fiberglass, wool, and cellulose insulation.

What are the benefits of radiant barrier?

Radiant barrier reflects 97% of thermal heat in your attic. By keeping the heat from getting into your home, you save up to 40% in energy costs. Radiant barrier is easy to install, non-toxic, and noncarcinogenic. It also exceeds all fire and smoke safety codes. Once installed, radiant barrier requires little to no maintenance over the years.

What other products and services do you offer?

We offer thermographic imaging, solar-powered attic vents, air conditioning units & duct sealing, radiant barrier duct wrapping. All of our services are designed to improve insulation, ventilation, air quality, and energy savings. We offer a comprehensive package of attic services so that you only have to work with one company.

What does an energy attic audit include?

The purpose of an energy attic audit is to prevent you from wasting money on inadequate or outdated insulation products. We perform a thorough inspection of your attic to determine how you can protect your home and lower your energy costs. We assess every area of your attic, test for proper ventilation, and perform thermal heat tests. All of our audits are honest, accurate, and have your home’s best interest in mind.

The most efficient method was the radiant barrier applied to the rafters. Since this particular experiment did not have A/C ducts in the attic, homes with attic ducts could see even greater savings in the summer. Radiant barrier on the rafters is the preferred method of installing a retrofit radiant barrier by the US Department of Energy, ENERGY STAR, California Title 24, ASTM International, RIMA International, and others.

WHY SHOULD AIR DUCTS BE REPAIRED OR REPLACED?

Air ducts get damaged from a number of factors such as age, poor design, and rodent damage.

Damaged duct work or air duct leaks affect the indoor environment in two main ways:

Cold air is lost before it effectively cools the indoor space. This makes your HVAC system work harder, using more energy and driving your utility bills up.

Leaks in the duct work introduce contaminants to the circulating air. This includes mold, dust, mites, pollen, bacteria, asbestos and other allergens.