After talking to thousands of people about their heating and cooling issues, one of the major problems for heating and cooling is vaulted ceilings. When it comes to vaulted ceilings, its important to keep in mind that the closer the roof is to the insulation, the hotter the house will be. Although an attractive and highly-desired feature, vaulted ceilings usually have little or no insulation at all. However, some of the ways we would correct this problem with our Radiant Barrier product is as follows: • For the newer homes that have false vaulted ceilings with some insulation, we would lay our Radiant Barrier product right over the existing insulation. • For new construction or renovations, before any new roof sheeting is installed, we would drape our Radiant Barrier insulation product over the trusses in the vaulted ceiling area. • If the solutions above are not an option, then removing the old sheet rock from the vaulted ceiling area is necessary. Then our Radiant Barrier product would be stapled to the underside of the trusses, and the sheetrock would then be replaced. • As a final option, we can staple our Radiant Barrier product to the old sheetrock, and add another new, very thin sheetrock over it. Each of the options above will insure that your house will stay nice and cool in the summers, and warm and comfortable in the winters.
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After talking to thousands of people about their heating and cooling issues, one of the major problems for heating and cooling is vaulted ceilings. When it comes to vaulted ceilings, its important to keep in mind that the closer the roof is to the insulation, the hotter the house will be. Although an attractive and highly-desired feature, vaulted ceilings usually have little or no insulation at all. However, some of the ways we would correct this problem with our Radiant Barrier product is as follows: • For the newer homes that have false vaulted ceilings with some insulation, we would lay our Radiant Barrier product right over the existing insulation. • For new construction or renovations, before any new roof sheeting is installed, we would drape our Radiant Barrier insulation product over the trusses in the vaulted ceiling area. • If the solutions above are not an option, then removing the old sheet rock from the vaulted ceiling area is necessary. Then our Radiant Barrier product would be stapled to the underside of the trusses, and the sheetrock would then be replaced. • As a final option, we can staple our Radiant Barrier product to the old sheetrock, and add another new, very thin sheetrock over it. Each of the options above will insure that your house will stay nice and cool in the summers, and warm and comfortable in the winters.
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