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Fiberglass Cellulose Insulation

The most basic, cost effective way to lower your home's energy usage and improve the comfort level of your home, heat flows naturally from a warm space to a cooler space. The majority of heat transfer takes place in the attic. It's the role of insulation to prevent this unwanted circulation throughout your home. Combined with proper ventilation and a radiant barrier, proper insulation helps your home maintain a comfortable uniform temperature throughout the year with significantly less use of heating and cooling systems. As a bonus insulation can also act as a sound absorber to help make your home quieter.

Spraying Insulation

Radiant Barrier Insulation

Spraying Radiant Barrier Insulation

MR Roofing Construction is Denver's' leading Radiant Barrier Contractor and we are proud to install LO/MIT Radiant Barrier products.

Radiant Barrier Paint is a silver colored low-E (low emissivity) coating applied to the underside of your roof decking inside the attic.

What are the benefits of radiant barriers in attics?

Radiant heat accounts for 93% of the heat gain in your home.
LO/MIT radiant barrier spray stops the majority of the sun's heat from ever entering the Attic. LO/MIT produces the lowest emissivity available in sprayed radiant barrier products; 0.24 or less.

 This means LO/MIT blocks at least 76% of the radiant heat trying to enter your attic.

LO/MIT does not trap water (like some Latex based coatings) so you need not worry about mold problems

Radiant Barrier

SOLEC's LO/MIT is an Energy Star Product. ENERGY STAR is the symbol for energy efficiency, as designated by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). LO/MIT Radiant Barrier Spray was used by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) to develop the international standard for Interior Radiation Control Coatings (ASTM C 1321-98) and is the ONLY product on the market in compliance.

 

Attic Ventilation

Did you know?

  • Many manufacturers' warranties (of the roofing materials) become void if an attic is not properly vented.
  • A balanced ventilation system will reduce your utility costs and lengthen the life of your roof and HVAC system.
  • Proper ventilation can prevent mold and mildew and other temperature and moisture related problems.

Roof Venting

One of the most important things for any homeowner to consider is proper attic ventilation. We find that very few homes have proper ventilation. They are usually under-vented and almost always not in balance (providing appropriate amount of roof top exhaust equal to air intake).This is most critical during the high temperature months of the year.

Attic ventilation is often overlooked by Metro Denver roofing contractors because most do not understand the the dynamics of air movement and are untrained in knowing how to fix an unbalanced system. Our staff is technically trained to specify the right system for each home or building and to install it properly.

Why Vent?
Attic ventilation might seem like a minor consideration, but when properly installed, it can extend the life of your attic and roof structure -- saving you hundreds of dollars in repair costs.

Ventilation

 

During warmer months, ventilation helps keep attics cool. It helps prevent hot, moist summer air from warping the roof sheathing. It also stops shingles from deteriorating prematurely. What's more, fresh air in the attic makes a home much easier to cool, which can result in lower energy costs.

In winter months, ventilation helps reduce moisture to keep attics dry. It stops water from backing up under shingles, damaging insulation, and rotting the roof structure itself. It also helps prevent ice dams from forming. Ice dams occur in areas where snowfall and cold temperatures are common and pose a special problem because they prevent melt water from running off the roof. They can even cause leaks inside your home, resulting in drywall damage.


If you are looking for ventilation on your roof, please call us at 720-384-8007
 or request a complimentary consultation and estimate by clicking on the free estimate tab to the right.

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