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Energy Shield Insulation offers Attic Insulation, Radiant Barrier and Attic Ventilation for your homes energy efficiency upgrade. Upgrade today and enjoy lower energy bills, longer life for your air conditioner and improved comfort in any season.

Energy Shield Insulation makes efficiency upgrades simple and affordable with our free in-home estimates. Contact us any time to schedule an appointment and our energy efficiency experts will guide you through a home assessment and then offer US Department of Energy recommendations that will lower energy bills and improve comfort in your home.

Benefits:
- Lower energy bills
- Better indoor air quality
- Control moisture
- A safer, healthy home environment
- Superior sound control

Heating and cooling systems consume 50% to 70% of the energy used in the average American home. You will save on your energy costs if you reduce the amount of energy needed for heating and cooling. Insulation helps your home retain heat in cold weather and reject heat in warm seasons.

In much of the housing in America, attic insulation levels are inadequate at best. Many home builders only offer standard (not optimal) levels of attic insulation in order to maintain competitive selling prices. The older the home, the less likely it is to have adequate attic insulation. But even in a newer home, additional attic insulation will save enough money in reduced utility bills to pay for itself. Those savings will continue year after year.

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INSULATION

Energy Shield Insulation

The simplest, most affordable way to lower your home's energy usage and improve the comfort level of your home. Properly insulating and ventilating your attic will help reduce your energy bills. Adding attic insulation can dramatically improve the comfort level of your home or business and provide much needed savings all year long.

How much Insulation for Dallas Fort Worth?

In many areas building codes require a minimum of an R-30; the "Department of Energy" recommends that attics have at least an R-49. The "DOE" is making that recommendation for many areas based upon the extreme heat that those areas experience three months out of the year.

Energy Shield recommends a base level of 12 inches of insulation for an resistance level of R-38. For better protection and savings R-49-R60 (14-20 inches total) would give you a better "coat" in the winter and more protection from cold air loss in the summer.

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RADIANT BARRIER

About Energy Shield Radiant Barriers

Energy Shield Radiant barriers can be used in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. Radiant barriers are materials that are installed in buildings to reduce summer heat gain and winter heat loss, and hence to reduce building heating and cooling energy usage.

The potential benefit of attic radiant barriers is primarily in reducing air-conditioning cooling loads in warm or hot climates. Radiant barriers usually consist of a thin sheet or coating of a highly reflective material, usually aluminum, applied to one or both sides of a number of substrate materials. Our product is the most durable on the market and will stand the test of time.

How Energy Shield Radiant Barriers Work

Radiant barriers perform a function that is similar to that of conventional insulation, in that they reduce the amount of heat that is transferred from the attic into the house. They differ in the way they reduce the heat flow. A radiant barrier reduces the amount of heat radiated across an air space that is adjacent to the radiant barrier.

The primary function of conventional insulation is to trap still air within the insulation, and hence reduce heat transfer by air movement (convection). The insulation fibers or particles also partially block radiation heat transfer through the space occupied by the insulation.

Conventional insulations are usually rated by their R-value. Since the performance of radiant barriers depends on many variables, simple R-value ratings have not yet been developed for them.

Radiant barriers are installed in homes most commonly in attics to reduce summer heat gain and winter heat loss, which helps lower heating and cooling costs. The barriers consist of a highly reflective material that reflects radiant heat rather than absorbing it.

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Areas we service in Fort Worth

Fort Worth

Colleyville

Southlake

Hurst

Arlington

Mansfield

North Richland Hills

Denton

Irving

Grapevine

Grand Prairie

Bedford

Keller

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