What people say about us
“The day the reflective insulation was installed in my attic I could tell the difference. It was very hot in Concord the day of install. As the day went by I noticed my AC was not coming on. I have been very happy about my decision to buy your product. ”
Don P., Concord, CA- 2010
“We have noticed about a couple hundred dollars difference in our monthly PG&E bill. Our home is more comfortable. Our air conditioner and heater run less. Everyone with your company did what they promised. We have recommended you to our friends and family.”
Debbie, Lodi, CA- September 2009
“I can’t believe the difference this has made in the comfort of my home, and the difference it has made in the cost of heating my home. So far I’m saving about 30% of my heating bills over the last year.”
Marian, Northern CA- 2010
Energy-saving solutions for home & business:
- Reflective and traditional insulation
- Reflective insulation coating
- Nanotechnology window film
- Solar attic fans
- Solar electric systems
- Home weatherization
- Emergency Gas Savers
Comfort and Energy Tips
- Minimize ceiling and attic heat retention during summer by upgrading your insulation.
Up to 83% of heat gain in the summer is through the ceiling and roof. Reflective insulation reflects the sun’s heat before it penetrates your home. You use less A/C and your home is more comfortable.
- Minimize winter heat loss by upgrading your insulation.
Your ceiling and roof release heat during the winter. Hot air rises and escapes through your roof but reflective insulation in your attic reflects heat back into your home. You spend less money on heating while staying warm and comfortable.
- Increase air circulation with a solar attic fan.
A solar attic fan along with your air conditioner increases home comfort. It can lower your energy bills and extend the life of your A/C. When attic temperatures rise in the summer, proper ventilation can reduce high temps by up to 50°F. With an attic fan you can be just as comfortable with the thermostat set to 78° as you would with A/C alone at 72°.