Due to an overwhelming response in using our radiant barrier foil in roofing applications, we now have a new website for all roof-related applications of our radiant barrier foil: www.RoofingFoil.com.

 

RoofingFoil™ is the same strong, quality, tear-proof material that we have always offered and it works under any metal or tile roofing system as long as there is an air gap one one side of the foil. This means your standing seam metal roofs, your tile roofs that sit on batten systems or curved tiles, and any other brand that incorporates an air gap is a perfect application for RoofingFoil™! Make your Garard or Decra steel roof an energy efficient COOL ROOF! Regardless of what type of metal or tile you choose, including color, the radiant barrier will REFLECT 97% of the radiant heat from the sun from getting through the roof and into the home. No other product on the market can offer these kinds of proven results.

 

Watch the video below to find out more info on how easy this installation is, and why it’s taking the roofing industry by storm! Then, checkout www.RoofingFoil.com for our other videos including Why Every Metal and Tile Roof Should Have A Radiant Barrier and Should I Install A Vapor Barrier Radiant Barrier In My Metal Roof?

If you have a roofing application that you are considering but aren’t sure if RoofingFoil™ would be a good fit – ask us! You can visit the new website any time at www.RoofingFoil.com or, if you still have questions, we’re just a phone call or email away.

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2 Comments to “RoofingFoil.com – for Roofing Applications with an Air Gap”

  1. Hi Ed,

    Just bought an A frame in Pine AZ. Needs insulation but don’t want to close in the open rafters. Gets to 20-30 degrees in the winter. Do you recommend use of the radiant barrier beneath the metal roof as the only source of insulation?

    Thanks in advance for your help here!
    Maria

    • Ed says:

      For a home, I’d never recommend JUST a radiant barrier since radiant barriers do not take the place of (or provide the same benefits as) regular insulation. I understand not wanting to close up the appearance from the inside of the home, but not using regular insulation in the roof will put you at a disadvantage when you’re trying to keep that room/home cool in the hot months. It might be described as similar to leaving the fridge door slightly cracked. It might take a while for the fridge to let all that cold air escape and it may never fully all leave, but the motor on the fridge will be running non-stop in an effort to keep the inside cool, just like your home would. Regular insulation helps to seal and insulate the roofline, so it’s really a necessary material in a home that you’re heating/cooling.

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