By installing a Radiant Heat Barrier in your attic you
can reduce your heating and cooling cost by up to 40%

much does this cost me?

We currently have a special where we will
install a
Green Energy Barrier in your home for only $2.00 a sq. ft. (Regularly $4.15 a sq. ft.)
(limited supply of material available, once supply is gone $2.00 offer is over)

Installation time is generally one to two days.

After installation most HVAC systems save enough money on the monthly bill to pay for the radiant heat barrier in 18 months or less.

can I find out if this is for me?
Call us, we love tough questions and are a local company serving Guilford, Forsyth & Alamance Counties.  Our number is 800-934-8405.

Call today for a FREE Attic Energy Savings Consultation and learn how a Green Energy Barrier can lower monthly heating or cooling bills!

Read all the information below and discover why a Green Energy Barrier should be installed in your attic!


does a
Green Energy Barrier work?

Reflective Insulation simply acts as a radiant heat barrier by reflecting radiant heat back in the direction which it came from. So, in the summer, when the majority of heat comes in through the roof, a reflective heat barrier will reflect the sunís heat BEFORE it penetrates your home. In the winter, as heat rises and tries to escape from the ceiling and roof, a reflective heat barrier will reflect that heat back into your home.

can a
Green Energy Barrier help me?
Here is a breakdown in percentages of how an average size home in North Carolina uses a typical energy dollar.
  • 55% is spent on heating and air conditioning
  • 20% is spent on water heating
  • 16% is spent on lights, TV, freezer, refrigerator
  •  9%  is spent on cooking, washer-dryer

A Green Energy Barrier lets your HVAC unit work less while keeping your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.

do I know this is for real?
Appalachian State University Energy Center conducted a study in Summer 2009 which measured the advantages of adding radiant barriers to home attics. The study found that there was a 23-degree drop in the peak attic temperature!

In addition to this significant drop in temperature, they found that the air conditioning system ran approximately 20% less during the seven hours of peak attic heat, which represented a 57% efficiency improvement in the cooled air being delivered through the home's air ducts.

For more information on this study, please visit Appalachian State University Energy Center.

We will gladly demonstrate this very experiment
in your home so you can see and feel the difference for yourself!

do I get a Federal Tax Credits for Radiant Barrier Insulation purchased & installed in 2011

On Friday, December 17, 2010, President Obama signed the "Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010" which extends the IRS Section 25 tax credit for energy efficient credits offered for a radiant heat barrier.
The highlights are:

  • The tax credits have been extended to the end of 2011.

  • The tax credit has been reduced from 30% to 10%.

  • The maximum credit has been reduced from $1500 to $500 for the 5 year period (2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, and 2011) for all improvements combined (for example, if you have already claimed a 25c tax credit of $500 or more, you would not be eligible to make a tax credit claim in 2011).

Radiant Barrier Tax Credit Summary:

  • For a radiant barrier to qualify, its primary purpose must be to insulate.

  • Must be "placed in service" from January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2011.

  • Installation costs are not included.

  • Must be for taxpayers principal residence.

  • Improvements made in 2011 will be claimed on your 2011 taxes (filed by April 15, 2012) ó use IRS Tax Form 5695 (2009 version)

  • For tax purposes, save your receipt

  • Must be expected to last 5 years OR have a 2 year warranty.


Call 800-934-8405 today for a FREE Attic Energy Savings Consultation!
We are based out of High Point, NC


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