While you’re probably thinking of cold weather and buying presents more than 100-degree days this time of year. If you’ve lived in Texas any length of time you know those days will be back. When they do you’ll once again be dreading your monthly energy bill and hoping your air conditioner can make it through another summer. One way you can fight the heat, and give your air conditioner a break at the same time is by having a radiant barrier installed in your home. The Fort Worth professionals with Global Efficient Energy can install a system which will help shave money off your cooling bills and help your AC last longer.
Why You Need It
As your home absorbs heat the resulting transfer of energy makes your air conditioner work harder in order to keep you comfortable. This not only shortens the lifespan of your cooling system, it also makes your energy bills spike. The harder your AC works of course, the more likely it will be to break down, costing you thousands of dollars. With radiant barrier installation however, less of the sun’s heat will be able to make it through your attic and ceiling so your home will be cooler. You’ll not only be more comfortable, you’ll have more money in your bank account as well.
How It Works
A radiant barrier is made of materials that reflect the sun’s rays redirecting them so they are not absorbed by your home. When a professional installs this type of system correctly your attic and ceiling will be much cooler. We can help increase your comfort and decrease your energy costs no matter what type or size of home you have. We will strategically place your barrier so it does the most efficient job of reflecting thermal radiation away from your house and make sure you are completely satisfied with the results of our work.
At Global Efficient Energy we have the experience and skill necessary to make your radiant barrier installation a success. Give us a call at 1-888-826-7881 or contact us online to learn more or schedule an appointment. Have you ever had this type of system installed in your home? If so, let us know how it’s worked for you by clicking one of the social media icons on this page.