Radiant Vs Fiberglass

Why a radiant barrier is more effective than a fiberglass wrap? Radiant barrier insulation systems reflect radiant heat energy instead of trying to absorb it. A pure aluminum radiant barrier reflective insulation is unaffected by humidity and will continue to perform at a consistent level no matter how humid it may be. A fiberglass water heater wrap tries to absorb or “slow down” conductive (in contact with) heat transfer, however it has no effect on radiant heat transfer. The largest portion of heat loss through a water heater is through radiant heat.

Prodex is a Foil-Foam-Foil multi (5) layered product that contains no harmful fibers to breath or cause skin irritation. 

Actual fiberglass warnings:








All of our Hot Water Heater Blankets are cut from Prodex Radiant Insulation to custom fit your individual Hot Water Tank.  Please note that we have found in the “Deep South” most tape will not hold blankets on heater tanks in attics. .  With this said we secure our hot water heater blankets with heavy duty nylon ties instead of relying on the usual taping methods.  Our thinking is that “tape” may also be an issue in extremely cold situations as well, therefore the nylon ties should also be a plus for our northern neighbors.

We sell and ship within the continuous 48 states for pricing starting at $45.99 including shipping.  However we are currently offering a $79.99 Introductory Price for installations on hot water heater tanks upwards to 60 gallons.  Call us today for a Free Estimate or click the order now link for more information.

Product Line

> Phifer Solar Screens

> Roll-Up Sun Shades

> Prodex Water Heater Blankets

> Attic Tent Insulators

All backed by documented proof to save you energy by helping your home's Heating and AC run more efficiently.

Service Area

Baton Rouge, Gonzales, Prairieville, Baker, Zachary, Central, Denham Springs, Livingston, Hammond, Mandeville, Covington, Metairie, Lutcher, Laplace, New Orleans. These are just a few of the cities currently serviced throughout South Louisiana.