Liquidfoil Attic Barrier by Henry Company

April 14, 2011

Reduce cooling costs by 15%.

Liquidfoil Attic Barrier by Henry Company is a liquid-applied, low-emissivity radiant heart barrier.  Liquidfoil is an efficient heat reflector that keeps approximately 80% of radiant heat out of the attic.

Liquidfoil is easy to install and is ideal for attics, wall cavities, metal buildings and other buildings subject to high heating and cooling costs, as well as buildings with no HVAC system and buildings for which installing insulation is impractical.  It can be applied to drywall, masonry, concrete, ceiling tile, plaster and previously painted surfaces.    

Henry LiquidFoil Attic Barrier installs in one day and is two to three times faster to install than insulation and sheet-applied barriers.

For more information, visit www.henry.com

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