Stop losing heat to your attic with DraftCap.
Your attic access door has little or no insulation above it. This uninsulated portion of your ceiling allows your home's conditioned air to escape through drafts around the attic door causing your heating/cooling system to work harder and drive up your utility bills. Prevent this by insulating your attic entry door with DraftCap.
DraftCap is a lightweight cover that is placed above your attic access door. With an R-value of 11, DraftCap works to keep your living space comfortable in any season. Its solid construction covers the frame of the attic stair door sealing against drafts in summer and winter months. DraftCap is a patented design that is made in the USA. DraftCap can pay for itself in as little as six months.
DraftCap installs easily without tools yet provides easy access into your attic. It is designed to accommodate attic entry doors with pull down stairs and fits homes with 2x6, 2x8, 2x10 and 2x12 ceiling joists. DraftCap's "one size fits all" design is designed to fit standard 25.5" x 54" rough opening attic hatches.
Elima-Draft Magnetic Vent Covers stop cold air drafts through your home's A/C registers.
Another way to reduce home energy costs is to put covers over your A/C vents and air registers. During cold months your A/C vents allow cold drafts to enter your home. Simply closing them does not seal or insulate them. The best way to seal air flow around wall vents and ceiling registers is to use Elima-Draft Insulated A/C Vent Covers. These patent-pending magnetic register covers use EcoFoil reflective bubble insulation to get an R-value 6. Not only do they insulate, they also stop air flow with their tight seal.
The reflective bubble insulation on the inside of Elima-Draft insulated vent covers insulates against radiant heat transfer, reflecting heat back into your living space. The bubble also provides insulating properties against conductive heat similar to insulation in your wall or attic.