Quality Foil Insulation

The marketplace with regard to insulation, be it pertaining to remodelling purposes or for a new venture or home, leaves the customer with a massive amount homework to do.

Exactly where should you buy your foil insulation? Precisely what great price? What amount should you fork out?

They are all concerns that you should be dwelling on. If you’re possibly not, you’re asking to get stung. Today, there are a lot of suppliers of insulation, within Australia and globally, that are selling inadequate quality insulation. Their products do not carry good service, nor do they have any sort of certification to meet any Australian standards.

For anyone who is likely to spend the money to enhance the house, or to make your new house or venture worthwhile, shouldn’t you spend money on a product that will deliver?

In my opinion, there are numerous respectable suppliers of foil insulation in Australia and across the Melbourne area. I won’t go in to identifying each as that is definitely not the point. I am sure you have heard of many of the ‘bigger’ brands on the market for their top quality products. However, in my recent renovation of my home I was searching for affordable aluminium foil insulation that wouldn’t send me broke – but that could nonetheless do the job perfectly.

After investing many hours, exploring over the internet and on various message boards, I found a small Melbourne established foil insulation supplier that have their product on sale, which is called ‘Radiant Shield’ and you can find their a brief video concerning their particular insulation roll on their YouTube video at Radiant Barrier

I placed a small sample order of just one roll with their insulation to test out what it looks like and felt in comparison to a lot of the alternative bigger companies. As soon as it got here We were pleased to see their professional logo on the roll with their phone numbers and some brief information concerning the specifications of the roll. But this wasn’t the real test, yet.

I put in the one roll I had in a very compact shed, a couple of metres by a few metres that’s in my back yard. I don’t usually go in there frequently, but I know that during the summertime it gets hot in there. After the installation of the foil insulation in there, and leaving the recommended 30mm to 40mm air gap I felt a really major recognizable change in the heat on a warm to hot day. There was without a doubt this insulation was definitely doing some thing to stop the heat from getting back in. At that point, I was sold and continued with my personal original designed project of remodeling my residence and applying insulation in it.

I’m still along the way of finishing off the renovation with this ‘Radiant Shield’ material by the Melbourne provider Solavis, but from my modest experiment, it seems this stuff really works and I just needed to let anyone else be aware that they did not have to pay so much for other insulation, when this does the work at a reduced price.

I’ll be aiming to publish yet another update once I have successfully finished my installment, and perhaps even a short video clip or a few photographs.