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Showing you how you can retro fit you home with spray on foam insulation..

Applying roofing foam to a 100 year old downtown Breckenridge TX..

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On location during the construction of a new home with a little about everything including foam, blow in and radiant barrier.

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VIDEO - How to prepare for Record high temperatures ...

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On location at a hunting lodge discussing insulation options..

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On location in Scotland Texas, information about insulating BIG buildings..

Surviving the heat waves in the Texoma Area....

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Pt. 3 On location Scotland with New Construction.

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When Foam is not an option -- installing a Bib system of insulation.

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Discussing the benefits of foam insulation for your home or business.

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About Absolute
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We bring a personal and effective approach
to every project we work on, which is why
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Absolute

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How it all started. There are so many people who want to save energy but are not sure how to accomplish this. Justin knew that he had to form a company to make energy saving strategies clear and easily available to every homeowner. In 2007, after a lot of in-depth research, Absolute Insulation Products was established servicing the Wichita Falls area.

Today, Absolute Insulation Products services Texas and Oklahoma, to assist commercial, small business owners and homeowners save on the energy bills while being "earth friendly" We are passionate about energy efficiency and green remodeling. We practice a "full envelope" approach to assess each home or business as an individual system making for the perfect and custom solution. We specialize in doing energy and comfort assessments quickly and efficiently. But Absolute Insulation Products doesn't stop with the assessment; they also do the work, enabling homeowners and business owners to get maximum energy and cost-saving results with minimum hassle.

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The following are our most commonly asked questions. If you do not see your question here give us a call at 940-642-4487, we would be happy to answer any questions you have about insulating your property and saving money!

What does insulation actually do for my home?
Insulation keeps your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter, because insulation resists the flow of heat. Heat is a form of energy and always seeks a cooler area flowing out of the home in the winter and into the home in the summer. By reducing heat flow, a properly insulated home uses less energy for heating and cooling. In addition to being an energy saver, insulation also acts as a sound absorber. When installed in walls and ceilings, it can reduce the transmission of sound from one room to another or from the outside. In today's noise laden environments, more and more homeowners are soundproofing their homes. A well insulated home increases the overall comfort of the home and adds to its resale value. Whether your home is new or old, it pays to insulate.
What areas of my home should be insulated?
Insulation is not just for attics and outside walls. Insulation should also be installed in other areas of your home such as any ceilings with unheated spaces, the basement walls, the floors above vented crawl spaces, any cathedral ceilings, the floors over unheated garages or porches.
How do I know how much insulation I need?
We provide free estimates. AIP follows the guidelines for recommended levels of insulation based on climate zones. These recommendations are from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the International Energy Conservation Code which is the model building code for the United States.
What is Radiant Barrier?
Heat penetrates buildings in three ways: conduction, convection and radiation. Conduction is direct heat flow through a solid object such as a wall or a ceiling. Convection is heat movement through air, occurring when air is warmed. The warm expands, becoming less dense and rising. Radiation is the transfer of heat by electromagnetic waves known as thermal radiation. Thermal radiation is a form of invisible light that travels through the air from a warm to a cool surface. Warm surfaces, such as roof decks warmed by the sun, will radiate or emit their heat to cooler interior building surfaces. Radiant barriers address heat flows by radiation. A radiant barrier is a low-e surface placed in the path of thermal radiation that blocks heat transfer.
Do I need Radiant Barrier if my home is well insulated?
A radiant barrier system can stop 97 percent of the thermal radiation across an attic space. If it is not stopped, that radiant energy would be absorbed by the ceiling insulation and eventually be transferred to the living space below. The Solar Collector, Quarterly Newsletter of the Florida Solar Energy Center. The heat storage capacity of reflective insulation is low. As a result, it does not store heat during summer days, only to pass it on down into the rooms of the house from the attic at night when coolness is most apt to be desired from the point of view of sleeping comfort.
Can my home be retro fitted with insulation? And what are the benefits?
Yes! Your home will be easier to heat and cool, and stay warmer or cooler longer, your family's health will be better protected and you will reduce your impact on the environment.

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Foam Insulation
Foam Insulation provides an effective air seal which reduces energy loss and improves indoor air quality. Adds to your home’s resale value, too. You can actually feel the difference in your everyday quality of life! If you’re concerned about comfort and energy savings in your new home, Foam insulation is your best choice, it provides best-in-class performance. Foam insulation performs like no other insulation.

Save on your energy bills. Foam insulation expands to fill every opening that can potentially leak air, resulting in a more energy-efficient living environment; in fact, Foam meets the requirements for an ENERGY STAR® Home.

Enjoy cleaner air. Foam insulation reduces the penetration of moisture, outdoor allergens and pollutants that can affect the comfort of your family.

Keep out unwanted noises. Foam insulation helps diminish the sounds from outside (wind and traffic) and inside (plumbing and playrooms) your home.

Boost your home’s resale value. Home inspections and lower energy bills will confirm Foam insulation superior thermal efficiency.

Enjoy comfort and peace of mind. Foam insulation takes care of the drafts or hot/cold spots that can negatively affect your daily life.

Fiberglass Insulation
Fiberglass insulation improve building energy efficiency and reduce building energy consumption for the life of the structure. As a result, they help conserve nonrenewable energy sources, decrease dependence on foreign oil and lower greenhouse gas emissions. In addition, the recycled content of CertainTeed fiber glass insulation meets the EPA Recovered Material Guideline for fiber glass products, 20-25% consisting of pre-consumer and post-consumer glass cullet.
Cellulose Insualtion
Cellulose Insulation is one of the greenest products in the world. Cellulose insulation is made from recycled newsprint and other paper sources, paper that might otherwise end up in landfills, releasing greenhouse gases as it decomposed. If all the paper currently being put into landfills each year were converted to cellulose insulation, it would save approximately eight million tons of CO2 emissions. That’s the equivalent of taking every car off the road in New Mexico and Nevada.
Radiant Barrier
Radiant barrier coating is a water-based, low emissivity (low-e) product and an excellent replacement for foil or metallized plastic film radiant barriers. In many situations,

HeatBloc-75 is the only economical way to retrofit a radiant barrier since it may be safely applied in enclosed areas at a low cost.

Blocks 75% of the sun's heat from your home

Substantially reduces energy costs

Keeps your home in the shade

Low emissivity, high reflectivity

Permeable, does not trap moisture

Does not block cellular or antennae signals as can occur with foil products

Excellent investment, normally saves 8-12% of AC costs, improves comfort levels

Improves efficiency of existing insulation

Increase the value of your home

Radiant Barrier - FAQ

WHAT IS HeatBloc-75? HeatBloc-75 is an aluminum colored, water-based, low emissivity (low-e) coating. When applied to building materials such as plywood, OSB or plasterboard, HeatBloc-75 lowers their surface emissivity to 0.25 or lower, thereby blocking 75% of the radiant heat trying to enter the home. It is classified by ASTM as an Interior Radiation Control Coating (IRCC) and may be effectively used as an interior radiant barrier.

HOW DOES HeatBloc-75 WORK? HeatBloc-75 radiant barrier works by changing the emissivity of the surface where it is applied. Building products such as wood, brick, and plasterboard have high emissivities (0.7-0.95). When heated, they radiate most of their heat to cooler surfaces by allowing the heat to penetrate the roof into the attic and from the attic into the house. HeatBloc-75 lowers their surface emissivity to 0.25, lessening their ability to radiate heat and therefore letting less heat penetrate the roof into the attic.

WHAT IS A RADIANT BARRIER? Heat penetrates buildings in three ways: conduction, convection and radiation. Radiation is the transfer of heat by electromagnetic waves known as thermal radiation. Thermal radiation is a form of invisible light that travels through the air from a warm to a cool surface. Warm surfaces, such as roof decks warmed by the sun, will radiate or emit their heat to cooler interior building surfaces. Radiant barriers address heat flows by radiation. A radiant barrier is a low-e surface placed in the path of thermal radiation that blocks heat transfer.

WHAT IS EMISSIVITY? Emissivity is the ability of a surface to radiate or emit energy in the form of long wave electromagnetic radiation. It is represented by a value from 0 to 1. The closer the value is to 1, the less effective the surface is at impeding radiant heat transfer. Wood has an emissivity of 0.90. Thus, when wood is heated above the temperature of surrounding surfaces, it will tend to transfer 90% of its heat energy by radiation. HeatBloc-75, when applied to most non-porous surfaces, will decrease the surface emissivity to 0.25 or lower, allowing only 25% of the heat energy to be transferred by radiation.

DOES HeatBloc-75 DEGRADE OVER TIME? HeatBloc-75 does not lose its effectiveness over time like some radiant barriers. Foils can tear and require the staples to penetrate the barrier. Foil chips can accumulate dust, which diminishes their effectiveness.

IS HeatBloc-75 PERMEABLE TO WATER? Yes! HeatBloc-75 allows water vapor to permeate, and does not trap water vapor within roof decks or sidewalls. This is vitally important in attic conditions.

CAN HeatBloc-75 BE USED WITH RADIANT HEATING SYSTEMS? Yes. It is an effective heat reflector when used behind wood stoves or on walls adjacent to ceiling mounted radiant heaters in commercial applications.

IS ATTIC VENTILATION IMPORTANT? Absolutely! Radiant barriers only control radiant heat loads. Good attic ventilation helps control convection loads. Together they raise the comfort levels and lower cooling costs. Venting to allow 2.5 air changes per hour should be specified as a minimum.

DO RADIANT BARRIERS LOWER HEATING COSTS? Yes, but only modestly. They are most effective at lowering cooling costs.

DO RADIANT BARRIERS HAVE AN "R" VALUE? No. R-values apply only to solid insulation or to insulating systems that control heat flows other than radiation. In independent testing of the product at the University of Kansas, the R-value of the insulation, after applying HeatBloc-75 to the roof deck, increased by 87% to 98%.

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