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Dallas, TX Radiant Barrier Installation

Dallas Radiant Barrier You may already have a well running air conditioner in your home, but may be hesitant to put it to full use during the summer because of the high bills you’ll be receiving later on. If you’re looking to stay cool in your home this summer and save some money, then consider looking in to a radiant barrier. A radiant barrier is a type of reflective insulation that assists in reflect radiant heat away from your home or office. One of Aramendia’s many specializations is radiant barrier installation for Dallas business and homeowners who don’t want to have to choose between their comfort and their finances. Give your bank account and air conditioning unit a little rest this summer, and look into alternative methods for keeping cool in the scorching Dallas heat this summer.

Other Air Conditioning Services We Offer

  • Air Conditioning Service
  • Central Air Conditioning
  • Air Conditioner Installation
  • Air Conditioner Maintenance
  • Air Conditioner Troubleshooting
  • Commercial Air Conditioning
  • HVAC Contractor
  • Heating and Cooling Products
  • Indoor Air Quality

Fast, Efficient Radiant Barrier Installation

Aramendia has been in the air conditioning business for over 22 years and is completely family-owned and operated. We put pride and a lot of work in to what we do, so our customers can have the best experience possible. When you’re ready for reflective insulation, give us a call to set up a service appointment. Our radiant barriers are highly effective in keeping the heat outside, where it belongs so that your air conditioner doesn’t have to work any harder than it has to at keeping your employees and family cool. Our spray-on radiant barriers are called HeatBloc-Ultra and are designed with the following benefits as:
  • Quick and easy installation
  • No moisture trapped inside of your home
  • No unpleasant smells
  • 15% savings on your air conditioning bills
  • .19 emissivity rating
  • Friendly on the environment
  • more efficiency


The insulation in your attic is great in the winter, but it’s not really serving a purpose during the summer. Insulation is made of fiberglass which acts like a heat sponge during the summer. Eventually, that fiberglass will be unable to hold any more of the heat and will radiate the excess heat into your home. This is one of the reasons it feels like stepping into a sauna whenever you go up into your attic during the summer months. A radiant barrier acts like a shield and keeps all of that heat from being absorbed into your insulation and pouring out into your home, which keeps your air conditioner from working so hard to control all of the excess heat. If you have an older home that’s drafty, reflective insulation could be a very budget friendly option. It’s even possible that your radiant barrier can qualify you for an energy tax credit. If you plan on selling your home, radiant barrier installation can make your home much more appealing to potential buyers because of the many benefits it comes with. Instead of thinking about the immediate cost of a radiant barrier, think about the long term savings and earnings and the fact that it will practically pay for itself.


We’ll send one of our highly qualified technicians out to your business or home to explain everythingbefore getting started. Because all of our technicians are certified and experienced, you can be sure that they’ll do the radiant barrier installation right, the first time.  Save yourself some time by calling “the good guys” first. We look forward to working with you! When you’re ready to save money this sweltering summer season, contact Aramendia at (469) 522-3291 and get a free estimate on radiant barrier installation.
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