Adding a radiant barrier to your attic will reflect heat and help your air conditioning system run more efficiently.
The temperature of your attic has a huge impact on your home's comfort and energy efficiency, and during the summer months the attic is the hottest part of your home. If you have ductwork in your attic, it will heat up as well and force your air conditioner to run longer to get your home to the right temperature.
Radiant barriers are the ideal solution to this problem. At Klaus Roofing Systems by Carolina Energy Conservation, we can install a radiant barrier to reflect heat as it enters your roof, keeping your attic cooler and helping your AC run more efficiently. If you're interested in radiant barrier installation for your home, give us a call today to get a free estimate in Myrtle Beach, Conway, Little River and nearby.
The purpose of a radiant barrier is to reflect heat. In the summer, the sun heats up your roof and attic, which makes the rest of the home warmer. When you have ductwork in your attic, the problem is compounded as ducts are heated up and cool air from the air conditioner must pass through hot ductwork.
Radiant barriers prevent these problems by limiting heat transfer into the attic. Here are some good reasons to install a radiant barrier in your home:
If you have issues with expensive utility bills and uncomfortably hot rooms, a radiant barrier could be the solution you need. Klaus Roofing Systems by Carolina Energy Conservation can evaluate your home and recommend the right energy saving solutions for your needs, including radiant barriers, air sealing, and attic insulation.
Call us today at 1-844-407-0710 or contact us online to get started with a free estimate for radiant barrier installation. We offer all our services in Myrtle Beach, Conway, Little River, Murrells Inlet, Longs, Georgetown, North Myrtle Beach, Galivants Ferry, Mullins, Gresham and throughout the surrounding areas.