Rated 4.3 out of 5Â by 3
Rated 4 out of 5Â by VeraZ Decent - but lost its Energy Star rating
The product is decent. Watch out when installing - you need to do it right on the fisrt go: once twisted, the wires that allow you to attach the panel between the rafters bend irretreivably, and the panel is no longer usable. Interestingly, the product lost its Energy Star rating, right around the time when HD had it on sale summer of 2014 - a fact not advertized by the manufacturer OR the distributor. The attic temperature did drop, though not drastically, as the product only handles one of three types of heat transmission, so this is an OK long term investment. Challenging to install in pre-built homes, especially where attic space is limited and the angle between the rafters and the "floor" is very sharp. Granted any installation of another product under such conditions would have been challenging. Overall pleased with product.
July 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by JuanT Enerflex is easy to install
In Texas the weather is hott. I puuchased and installed this and it was simple to put up. Highly recommend. Attic temp is now much lower.
September 9, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5Â by nappyfan Good value. Should save me $
I actually have a remote temp sensor in my attic. Before installing Enerflex, I recorded attic temps 40 degrees above the outside temps. After Enerflex, my readings are more like 20 degrees above outside temps. I think I'll see a noticable difference in cooling costs, this first year. Enerflex was easy to install, although the roofing nails protruding down through the sheathing made it a bit harder. We'll see if they stay in place after next winter's winds give them a test.
June 2, 2013