Low-E Attic Blanket Insulation

Low-E Attic Blanket Insulation

Price €259.00
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Model: Low-E Attic Blanket Insulation
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LOW-E ATTIC BLANKET: (Price includes free shipping on the island of Ireland)

Low-E Attic Blanket is a great product for your attic that can be easily installed by anyone with general home repair skills.  

  • The product is perforated to allow moisture to escape. 
  • This means that you can just roll it right out on top of your attic floor. 
  • No need to staple to the under side of your rafters. 
  • This great product will help keep your heating bills lower as well as keeping you more comfortable. 
  • No More Heating Your Attic! 
  • The same holds true for the summer months. 


Double sided aluminum foil laminated to 1/8” (nominal thickness) polyethylene foam perforated

WIDTH: 48” X LENGTH: 125’

R-Value* ( attic floor application ): R-5.5 down R-2.3 up

PERM RATING: ASTM E-96: 5.18 or 51.55 grams/ (day-m²) (based on single sided house-wrap)



Note: ESP LOW-E ATTIC BLANKET is designed for use in residential attic floor spaces only.

* R-value determined when placed on top side of ceiling joist or existing insulation in joist area.

R-value includes core material value and low emittance air film value for upward and downward heat flow respectively. Like a radiant barrier, Low-E products also block 97% of radiant heat.

Please Note: Do not leave product exposed when placed on both walls and ceiling of a conditioned space if ceiling height of space is less than 10 feet. In conditioned spaces where product is being used on both walls and ceiling, and ceiling height is less than 10 feet, surfaces should be covered with a proper thermal barrier.

WARNING: Although ESP LOW-E Insulation Products are all ASTM fire tested; it is recommended that they or any insulation material should not be exposed to open flame or other ignition sources of sufficient intensity during shipment, storage or installation.

Caution: Aluminum is an electrical conductor. Please use caution when working around electrical sources including overhead power lines. Carefully inspect electrical junction boxes and check for frayed wires before beginning installation.

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 08 November, 2011.

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