Miramar is in southern Broward County, Florida. Cut My Kilowatts has been able to save Miramar home and business owners energy dollars. A Energy Attic Radiant Barrier insulation system is Engineered specifically for your Miramar home. We will then install the radiant barrier by stapling it to the rafters and taping all the seams with aluminum tape. It is the most effective method because it prevents the heat from entering the attic and heating up or cooling down the duct work so that your air stays closer to the same temperature as it was when it left the unit. It also makes the units work less hard which will increase the life of your Miramar home air conditioning system.
The line between repair and replacement is not always as clear–cut as we would like. There is often a number of ways to go about solving a problem, and it depends upon what your needs and budget are. We offer turnkey solutions that are comprehensive in scope, and we make sure our customers know the root–cause of the problem before we go about fixing it. In short, we want you to have options in Miramar. If you find that you’re paying for duct repair too often, or that your ducts are so damaged that they are unable to be repaired, we can make sure that your Miramar duct replacement is taken care of quickly and thoroughly so that you enjoy minimal downtime.
When you work with Cut My Kilowatts, expect integrity and a respectful partnership. You can expect the best possible in Miramar, within your budget and your timeframe. In Miramar call us at 954-939-1500 or click here for more information.
Cut My Kilowatts’ unique construction is specially designed to reduce radiant heat gain in Miramar homes or loss in commercial and residential applications. The bubble core and the metalized film (outer layer) provide the perfect combination of heat reflection and thickness that outperforms other materials which rely on mass (thickness) for their thermal values and performance. Aluminum foil is one of the best vapor barrier products used in Miramar buildings. Neither liquid water nor water vapor goes through it. This can be a great product when there is a roof leak above a radiant barrier, and the foil directs the water to the exterior of the building, reducing the damage from the leak. On the other hand, foil installed over the insulation on an attic floor could trap moisture, which then condenses and drips into the insulation. Some products are perforated with a lot of small holes to help reduce this potential problem.
The reason this type of insulation is called “radiant barrier insulation” in the first place is because it eliminates radiant heat. When the sun beats down on your Miramar home, its rays are what create radiant heat or radiant energy. This type of heat accounts for a lot of the heat gain in your home. Heat can also be gained through conductive and convective heat—insulation such as fiberglass and cellulose prevent this heat gain. But radiant barrier insulation prevents radiant heat build up in your Miramar attic, which other types of insulation cannot do.