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Radiant Barrier San Jose

Radiant Barrier San Jose


Radiant barriers keep the heat from the sun out of your home. Heat is transferred from the sun into your home using three methods: conduction, convection, and radiation. These three types of heat differ in the way that molecules react to heat, but radiation heat (or radiant heat) has to do with the thermal energy that travels as electromagnetic waves. Radiant barrier installation has to do with protecting your home against this third type of heat using reflective materials.


For homes in hot climates, like those of many of our customers in San Jose, a radiant heat barrier can help trap in cold air and help our customers avoid overspending on energy bills as a result of huge air conditioning costs. Radiant barriers work by inhibiting radiant heat gain. Radiant energy from the sun heats your roof. The energy travels through your roof assembly by conduction. The hot surface on the underside of your roof, in your attic, radiates heat onto cooler surfaces in your attic, such as your air ducts and the floor of the attic. Radiant barrier materials work to prevent the radiant energy traveling from the hot roof deck to your air ducts and attic floor.

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This protective layer is created with the help of radiant barrier insulation, which can be installed during new construction as well as in existing homes. Unlike thermal insulation, like fiberglass batts or blown cellulose, radiant barrier insulation has no R-value and is usually made of foil. Radiant barriers are installed in the attic by stapling the material to the underside of the roof deck, normally on the rafters.

We can help protect your Attic

If you happen to live in a relatively hot climate, installing radiant barrier insulation can save a great deal on energy bills. This can both help the environment and help cut costs. Radiant Barrier San Jose can install your attic radiant barrier in the most efficient, cost-saving way possible. That’s why so many commercial and residential clients in high-heat areas trust us and use our professional services. We offer the best solution for cost savings in hot climates. So if you want to save money both in the summer and the winter, get a free estimate from our experts today!

1. Pre-Job Prep & Walk

Starting your attic cleaning job off right is important. The lead tech will walk with you around your home to document the current conditions. We cover all surfaces along the pathway to the attic entrance in an effort to reduce dust exiting the work area.

2. Insulation Removal

Insulation is removed either by hand or by utilizing a commercial 23-HP Gas Powered Insulation Removal Vacuum attached to a 150 ft vacuum hose.

3. Attic Cleaning

Once the insulation has been removed, or if there was no insulation to begin with, we will vacuum the floor of the entire attic using a 23-HP Commercial Vacuum.

4. Sanitizing & Decon

After the insulation has been removed and the attic has been clean we’ll sanitize the attic by use of a fogger to cover all the surfaces in the attic with a family-friendly sanitizer.

5. Job Site Cleanup

Now that the Attic Insulation Service is complete we’ll cleanup our containment and work area to make it look like we were never there.

6. Post Walkthrough

You can rest assured your home is better than we found it after our service. To make sure of this once all the materials, equipment and waste has been loaded on to our trucks the lead tech will walkthrough the entire home with you to ensure there has been no damage to the property.



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.