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48 in. x 25 ft. Double Reflective Insulation

  • Reflective insulation protects against cold, heat, and UV light
  • Provides effective soundproofing by absorbing noise
  • Flexible and lightweight design allows for easy installation
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Product Overview

Everbilt
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Insulation Type
UV Resistant
Keep your property warmer in winter and cooler in summer. Everbilt Insulation reflects thermal rays retaining heat or alternatively keeping living spaces cool. Everbilt Insulation provides an insulating barrier between interior and exterior environments protecting against Cold, Heat and UV Light and can be used in floors, walls and roofs in a variety of structures including finished attics, basements, Interior and exterior walls, garden buildings, recreational vehicles and pet homes. Fiber and irritant free, it is lightweight and flexible for easy installation.
  • Ideal for floors, walls and roofs in a variety of structures including finished attics, basements, interior and exterior walls, garden buildings, recreational vehicles and pet homes
  • Reflects up to 97% of radiant energy, reducing heating and cooling costs
  • No harmful particles or irritants no protective clothing or equipment necessary
  • Reduces noise transmission between rooms for increased privacy and fewer disturbances
  • Everbilt insulation provides an insulating barrier between interior and exterior environments protecting against cold, heat and UV light
  • Non-toxic and non-carcinogenic for a safe and healthy home during and following installation meets ASTM E 84 and ASTM E96 fire and smoke testing standards
  • Reduces heating and cooling costs providing a year-round improvement

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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
100
Product Length (ft.)
25 ft
Product Thickness (in.)
0.25 in
Product Width (in.)
48

Details

Compatible Install Surface
Cement,Concrete,Copper Pipes,Existing Drywall,Existing Insulation,Fiberglass,PVC/CPVC Pipes,Pex Pipes,Plywood,Wood
Install Temperature (F)
-40 to 158
Insulation Features
Condensation Control,Formaldehyde Free,Moisture Retardant,Mold Resistant,No-Dust Material,Soundproofing Insulation,Vapor Retardant,Water Resistant,Wind Breaker
Insulation R-Value
R21
Insulation Type
Radiant Barrier
Product Weight (lb.)
23.53 lb
Sheet or Roll
Roll

Warranty / Certifications

Warranty Information
N/A

Questions & Answers

5Questions10Answers

Can this be used to on an insulated garage door?

Asked by texasaf July 15, 2020
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If you are talking about the insulation being the surface behind this product and it's thick enough to hold a staple and/or the garage door is wood, Yes. If the answer to both of those is no, then the issue becomes getting the product to adhere to the insulation.

I want to use this as a thermal barrier inside of a stone wall. Will it stand up to the concrete pour?

Asked by Rex June 22, 2020
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I asked the my local HD Pros about using this to insulate the attic over my garage and they advised against it, saying it would take several layers to get the kind of R value (insulation rating) to use batting or blown insulation. I would think that as long as you fixed it so it wouldn't move, a concrete pour might be okay, but something strong enough like nails, screws or rivets might tear it under the weight of a concrete pour. Let me know if it works.

I want to cover all my windows in our RV to keep the heat out in the summer and cool in. But in ...

Asked by Frank March 18, 2019
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We use this as a window barrier in our Motorhome and it works great. We cut it to fit the window and attach with heavy duty Velcro.

can this be safely used for an Infra red sauna tent, where the temperatures reach 125 degrees? Wi...

Asked by Mark March 1, 2019
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Without seeing the sauna tent, I would guess that since the ones I've seen have a soft fabric backing, you might be setting yourself up for a serious injury from lethal gases at the very LEAST. These are questions for the manufacturer since as a layman who is not contractor or OSHA construction certified I don't know enough about material tolerances to say for sure. If it were for me, I would use a material that is rated for such a use.

Is this fireproof

Asked by ed January 24, 2019
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Answers

My guess would be no, but that's a question for the manufacturer.

Customer Reviews

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by HomeDepotCustomer
We use it as a heat barrier for the windows in our Motorhome...works great! We cut it to fit and...
We use it as a heat barrier for the windows in our Motorhome...works great! We cut it to fit and attach with heavy duty Velcro.
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I used this product to insulate the back of my garage door. You can buy a kit made with pre-cut ...
I used this product to insulate the back of my garage door. You can buy a kit made with pre-cut panels and fortunately for me, they are all the same size panels, my garage door is not. This roll does not come pre-cut, but is much cheaper and looks like the same material. I used a pair of scissors rather than a utility knife, but either will work(I tried both). The trick is finding some 2 sided tape that will work well sticking to both surfaces. My door is aluminum, so it wasn't easy. Maybe roughing the surface with a small grit sandpaper will help. Like many of my good ideas, I thought about that after I was done. I tried spray on adhesive, and several types of thin gauge super sticky 2-sided tape which didn't work for me. I used the Duck tape brand that is clear, somewhat thick, easier to get the backing off and it's holding up well after almost 2 months. Good Luck and good insulating!
by HolmSkillet
So easy to use, and no mess. It made...
So easy to use, and no mess. It made a lot of difference in the severe cold with our frozen pipes.
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I wrapped the outside of my 4’ X 6’ well...
I wrapped the outside of my 4’ X 6’ well house before our cold snap in north Texas temperatures were -7. It helped keep my pipes from freezing.
by Johnny
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