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Backyard Revolution

por Alisa Princy (2019-10-19)


In both cases, installing reflective Backyard Revolution Review insulation in your home's attic can help you to save money on your energy bills. In fact, you will begin to save the very day you complete the installation! As if that wasn't benefit enough, you can also save wear and tear on your home's heating and cooling system when you install radiant barrier. In the summer, your central air will run less often because your home will stay cooler. In the winter, your home will maintain a more consistent temperature, so your furnace can go longer in between cycles. Traditional insulation absorbs heat, which serves to keep air from escaping through your walls or ceilings. While it definitely serves its purpose, there is a way you can augment the effectiveness of the fiberglass or cellulose you already have in your home: reflective foil insulation. This material does what its name implies: it reflects radiant heat. Also referred to as radiant barrier, this material resembles regular kitchen aluminum foil, except it has a backing that makes it more durable. The backing could be any number of materials and might include heavy Kraft paper, plastic or even fabric. Although traditionally applied to locations in the attic to keep air from getting out or getting in, reflective foil can also be used in other areas of your home to help save energy. For example, simply wrap your water heater with radiant barrier and you can enjoy a savings of approximately $5 per month. While this savings doesn't seem like a lot on the surface, that adds up to $60 per year. Considering this is a cost savings you can expect to see year after year, it's a good investment of a little bit of time and money. If you really want to see your energy savings rise, the best place to install radiant barrier is in the attic. In fact, there are two locations in the attic in which it is commonly used to help with energy savings. In one case, it is used over the top of fiberglass or cellulose and works to stop heat from escaping by pushing it back down into your home's living spaces. Secondly, it is used on the roof rafters to prevent hot air from entering your home during the summer. Estimates indicate that using the material in this manner can block up to 97% of the radiant heat that is absorbed by your roof. This equates to an attic that is up to 30 degrees cooler in the summer.

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