Model # 3023

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Reach Barrier 48 in. x 250 ft. Silvertanium Reflective Attic Insulation Roll
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Reach Barrier

48 in. x 250 ft. Silvertanium Reflective Attic Insulation Roll

  • Stops 95% of radiant heat
  • Pliable and easy to use
  • 4 ft. x 250 ft. Silvertanium Reflective Attic Insulation Roll
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Product Overview

  • Stops 95% of radiant heat
  • Pliable and easy to use
  • 4 ft. x 250 ft. Silvertanium Reflective Attic Insulation Roll
A low cost energy saving improvement to your home, this Silvertanium Reflective Attic Insulation Roll is non-laminated and pliable. The easy to use material is designed to stop 95% of radiant heat. For use in attic spaces, exterior and interior walls, interior masonry walls, radiant floors, metal and steel buildings, crawl spaces and garage ceilings.

Product Overview

  • Stops 95% of radiant heat
  • Pliable and easy to use
  • 4 ft. x 250 ft. Silvertanium Reflective Attic Insulation Roll
Model #: 3023
Internet #: 203536782

A low cost energy saving improvement to your home, this Silvertanium Reflective Attic Insulation Roll is non-laminated and pliable. The easy to use material is designed to stop 95% of radiant heat. For use in attic spaces, exterior and interior walls, interior masonry walls, radiant floors, metal and steel buildings, crawl spaces and garage ceilings.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
1000
Product Length (ft.)
250 ft
Product Thickness (in.)
0.006 in
Product Width (in.)
48

Details

Insulation Features
Formaldehyde Free
Insulation Type
Radiant Barrier
Product Weight (lb.)
22lb
Returnable
90-Day
Sheet or Roll
Roll

Warranty / Certifications

Warranty Information
90-Day Limited Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
1000
Product Length (ft.)
250 ft
Product Thickness (in.)
0.006 in
Product Width (in.)
48

Details

Insulation Features
Formaldehyde Free
Insulation Type
Radiant Barrier
Product Weight (lb.)
22lb
Returnable
90-Day
Sheet or Roll
Roll

Warranty / Certifications

Warranty Information
90-Day Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

Can this be used over blown in insulation?

I live in a condo that has minimal blown in insulation. The rafters are all visible. Can I install this on top of the blown in insulation, stapling at the rafters, meaning not on the slanted roof rafters but on the ceiling rafters...meaning it will lay flat on top of the ceiling rafters. There will be an air space between the blown in insulation because there is so little of it. (hope this makes some sense to someone! LOL)
Asked by: Buddhafan
Short answer, No!!! The ceiling joists (not rafters) generally are flat (do not slope) and have sheetrock nailed on the living space side and are open to the attic with unfaced insulation between the ceiling joists and unfaced insulation does not have a moisture barrier so it can breath and dry out as needed. If you place anything water tight over the top of the joists it will increase moisture and cause problems. Your best course of action is to add more insulation making sure you don't cover any painted recessed ceiling can lights because they may tend to overheat. This type can light is painted white on the attic side and is normally round but can be square and these lights are often found inside bath ventilation fans. If you are not sure do not cover them and keep insulation a few inches away from the sides of the can. You should cover ceiling can lights that are INSULATION CONTACT (IC) rated, the IC type are usually silver/bare metal, not painted. If you want to use the "Reach-Barrier" attach it to the underside of the sloped roof rafters which are normally not insulated to reflect the heat that radiates from above through the roofing material, i.e. metal, asphalt, fiberglass, which can get very hot on sunny days.
Answered by: Hillside
Date published: 2019-02-05

We have a sun room that was built atop a garage. The floor is always cold. If you are standing i...

We have a sun room that was built atop a garage. The floor is always cold. If you are standing in the garage and look up, you can see that there is some insulation between the joists (probably not enough). Would it be better to add more insulation or try this radiant barrier material?
Asked by: Mike
Not sure I understand how/where you are thinking of putting this product. This barrier is to stop infrared energy from passing thru. It is best suited on the joists that hold your roof sheathing, not on the ones that are over your ceiling.
Answered by: James
Date published: 2018-01-07

Can this be used on the under side of floor joists to radiate the radiant heat upwards

Asked by: Todd
what increase in R-value would you estimate if this were used in conjunction with Rigid Pink 1" - 2" floor insulation?
Answered by: vehicleguy
Date published: 2019-01-26

Hi Can the radiant barrier be used over the fiberglass insulation and sheetrock?

Hi Can the radiant barrier be used over the fiberglass insulation and sheetrock?
Asked by: dkhorse
We placed ours on top of the fiberglass insulation in our attic, garage and barns. We are also planning on placing it on the exterior walls of the barns, before we add the fiberglass insulation in the barns. In time, all the exterior walls in the house will be radiant barrier too. When the walls are open just like the barn, we will put the radiant barrier 1st, then the fiberglass and drywall. It worked so well in the attic, it can only make the rest of the house better.
Answered by: Horsemama2
Date published: 2018-08-10
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Customer Reviews

48 in. x 250 ft. Silvertanium Reflective Attic Insulation Roll is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 108.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well worth the money and time to install! The material is Tarp-like and much thicker and stronger than I thought it would be. I thought it was going to be similar to an emergency blanket but it is actually more like a plastic tarp but with a tighter weave. This means that it is not able to be used as a moisture barrier but that it is also much more durable. The way that I used it was for the attic in my house to help reflect the heat back into the house. I rolled it out across the rafters and placed insulation both above and below the barrier. To validate the improvement I timed how frequently my furnace turned on when it was about 45 degrees outside. Before the Barrier Installation: Every 22 minutes After the Barrier Installation: Every 35 minutes For the purposes of my install it is likely that some of my improvements were due to me fluffing up the old insulation during installation, but there was clearly an improvement with the installation of the barrier as well.
Date published: 2016-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good stuff, worked as expected. Easy to install.... Good stuff, worked as expected. Easy to install.
Date published: 2018-12-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great for blocking heat in attics or sheds. I have installed this in both and am happy wi... Works great for blocking heat in attics or sheds. I have installed this in both and am happy with the reduction of heat.
Date published: 2019-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Material is strong and easy to install. Will know... Material is strong and easy to install. Will know if it cuts electrical costs at the end of the summer.
Date published: 2019-01-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product, easy to install, saving on energy bill Was easy to cut and staple up. Checked temperature before and after installing. Had 135 F. on underside of roof sheeting before and was 115 F. after install on reflective underside. Would recommend to any one trying to save money on energy bills. Did this by myself and was fairly easy after I got the procedure down. I'm 63 and worked in the mornings before it got too hot up in attic. Used tape to measure up rafters and then a string line to line up top of material. Like the video showed, used some colored string on stapler and knife to find them in the insulation.
Date published: 2013-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Silvertanium This is an impressive product. Heat was immediately reflected from the attic as soon as the sheet was applied to the inside of the roof. The silvertanium combined with my attic fan and evaporative cooler kept the house at 72 degrees in 90 degree weather with only an r8 insulation value, after I added the 16" of blown in insulation (total r60) the temperature has sat on 70 with the evaporative cooler on low, even turning off in the evening each night. Prior to the install the evaporative cooler would struggle on high blower all day and night to keep the house in the high 70's at all on 90 degree days in salt lake city. The product is great, installation will vary depending on your attic. If you have extremely low height or a lot of angles and obstacles to cut around, this job can take a lot of time. in my 98 year old brick bungalow it took my dad and I two 8 hour days to install the silvertanium (we are experienced builders), the more accessible areas go quickly once you have the application method down, if you have to lay on your back and extend your arms across rafters in order to staple the bottom edges in an area less then 8 inches tall while inhaling wooly old insulation in a 90-100 degree attic, you might want think hard about whether it is worth it before committing the $$ on the project. In the end it has made a huge difference, The house is very cool and even more economical to cool in an area that requires constant air conditioning in the summer months.
Date published: 2014-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing stuff, & semi modernized to reduce condensation & potential mold growth. They used to make a foil laminated paper years ago, called Eagle Shield. This is the modern version. I remember thinking, "this foil paper can't be worth a darn". Then I cut a hole into it the put a pipe through the roof decking. I could feel the heat spewing out the hole I cut. Put this on your truss rafters just below the roof decking. If you get that Tamco gable peak vent this stuff does double duty venting heat out the attic through the little Tamco gable vents. It works great! The whole attic is cooler. I live in Phoenix Arizona, & have built schools in Bull Head, City, Lake Havasu, & other cities along the river where 125 degrees in the shade is not uncommon. So I have to deal with insane heat, & this product really helps! It is much like the old foil coated Eagle Shield paper, only more durable, & it probably has a better fire rating. The hottest day in Phoenix was 123 degrees, but 115 is pretty typical. Until you have this installed then pop a small hole in it & feel the heat it has trapped on the other side, it is hard to appreciate. After you feel how much heat it holds back it is hard to believe! Amazing stuff! Get a smack stapler & a staple gun & go to it. You won't be disappointed! I promise you that properly installed this stuff works wonders! Less heat in the attic means your AC ducts are cooler, & you use less energy there. Your pipes are cooler, or warmer, depending on the season. Great stuff! Now it breathes better, while holding back heat. The breathability lessens the risk of mold growth from poor drainage or condensation. Truly amazing stuff! We used it in open 19' warehouse ceilings a lot. Adding it to any building is a real plus.
Date published: 2014-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Felt the difference right away Installation wasn't super easy or super difficult. If I could do it over again would start at the peak and work down (unlike installation videos say). Extra gap near vents is ok, but not so much at the peak. Would also probably add extra vent to make it more comfortable to work before starting. Wife felt like the house was cooler the next day (but she might have been making me feel better). Haven't needed the AC since installation.
Date published: 2013-08-15
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