Radiant barrier is similar to foil insulation in that the chief objective of this kind of insulation is to redirect sun heat away from the targeted insulated region. Radiant barrier insulation is normally lightweight and anything weighing more than say 5 times the weight of aluminum should be considered hefty. The radiant barrier insulation San Diego should be mounted on the outside of an insulating stack, so as to prevent reflecting heat back via other layers of insulation, which then would only serve to trap the heat inside the targeted insulated region.
They are different from fireproof barriers by their fundamental goals. They, again, redirect heat away from the insulated region, whereas fireproof barriers try to stop a fire from disseminating across the protected barrier-typically a wall. Though radiant barriers are usually fire retardant, they don’t essentially qualify as so called fireproofing or fireproof materials. It is for this reason that you should unequivocally fireproof an area, on top of simply adding fire retardant materials such as radiant stopper materials. Same goes for sound proofing. Particularly in close urban quarters such as in San Diego, although radiant barriers carry similar soundproofing features to its materials, it isn’t an appropriate soundproofing material, when used exclusively and utterly just for that purpose.