Radiant Barriers

Radiant barrier is an effective way to reduce the temperature in your attic and improve the energy efficiency of your home. By reflecting heat away from your home, a radiant barrier can reduce attic temperatures by up to 30 degrees, which can make a significant difference in the overall temperature of your home.

This reduction in heat can also reduce the workload on your HVAC equipment, potentially extending its lifetime and reducing the need for costly repairs. Installing a radiant barrier is also a cost-effective solution to reducing energy bills, as it can help to keep your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. Furthermore, when paired with proper insulation and ventilation, a radiant barrier can create up to 40% savings and benefits, including improved indoor air quality, reduced moisture buildup, and increased overall comfort.

Overall, a radiant barrier is a smart investment for Utah homeowners looking to improve their home's energy efficiency, reduce their energy costs, and create a more comfortable living environment.

Reduce Attic Temperature
Up To 30 degrees

When you block the heat from the sun and allow it to escape through your roof vent, you reduce attic temperatures by up to 30-degrees. This reduction means that your HVAC system will have to cycle on less frequently, meaning less wear-and-tear on the system and lower energy bills.

Reduce Energy Bills

We have seen significant reductions in energy bills with installation of radiant barriers.


The radiant barrier is a cost-effective way to improve your home's energy usage.

Pair With Top Off & Solar Fan
To Experience Major Savings!

Squeeze the most out of your home's energy efficiency by pairing with a Solar Fan and maximize your utility bill reductions.

Expand The Lifetime Of HVAC & Roof

Radiant barriers help to expand the lifetime of your air conditioning and roof, preventing future maintenance/repair costs.

Radiant Barrier

Get A Free Inspection & Estimate
During our free inspection and estimate, our team of knowledgeable experts will thoroughly assess your needs and provide a comprehensive, transparent overview of solutions, products, and pricing options.
Install Radiant Barrier
To start the process, we will hang the radiant barrier on the underside of the joists, extending from the peak of the roof to the soffit. We will make sure to leave a 6-8 inch gap between the roof decking and the barrier to allow the hot air to be reflected and stored for maximum effectiveness.
Blow In The New Insulation
Our team will apply an even layer of fiberglass-based loose-fill insulation throughout your entire attic, ensuring that every nook and cranny is properly covered and well-insulated.
Uninstalling Previous Venting
Next, we will uninstall the old vent from the roof, and if necessary, we will expand the hole to install the new solar attic fan. Once it is in place, we will secure it with screws and tar to prevent any potential roof leaks.
Project Clean Up
Our team will ensure that all tools, equipment, and trash are cleaned up and removed from your property, leaving the work area tidy and ready for the final inspection.
Final Walk Through With Project Manager
After the work is complete, your project manager will return to the site to conduct a final inspection, answer any questions you may have, and either take you up into the attic or provide pictures of the work that was completed on your project.

Customer testimonials

We rely on our customers for testimonials, here are some for you.

"Very professional and convenient. Did a great job installing radiant barrier, insulation and solar fan. Highly recommend."

Dennis S.

Salt Lake City

"Good Attic came out to install insulation and radiant barrier in my home. I have to say it’s obvious that Patrick cares greatly for the customer.

He was on it with quickness and personally ensured everything was taken care of to my liking. The job turned out great and the customer service even better. Great Job!"

Ryan G.

Salt Lake City

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will it take to install radiant barrier?

For most projects, we can be completed in 2-days. This includes our removal, cleaning, and project inspection.

Do I need both radiant barrier and attic insulation?

Yes! While radiant barriers reflect heat from the sun, it doesn't seal your attic like other insulation products. Either blown-in insulation or spray foam insulation can help with this.

Do radiant barriers affect cell phone or TV signal?

No. A radiant barrier does not affect your cell phone or TV signal strength.

Get a Free Estimate

Get a free, no-obligation estimate today and experience the difference that quality makes.

2450 N Triumph Blvd
Suite 102
Lehi, UT 84043
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