Stop Radiant Heat at the Roof for a More Energy Efficient Home
If you’ve ever spent time in a stuffy attic on a hot summer day, you’ve experienced the effects of radiant heat. The roof absorbs the heat, which transfers to other attic surfaces, including air ducts and flooring. This makes your home harder to keep cool, puts the efficiency of your HVAC system to the test, and likely raises your utility bills. This white paper, sponsored by Huber Engineered Woods, takes a look at one roofing product that creates a radiant barrier, making your home more comfortable and energy efficient.