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Bubble Foil Insulation

4 Products

Single Bubble Insulation

Available in 3 sizes and 2 color options
Starting at
SKU: EF2510-48-125

Double Bubble Insulation

Avail. in 2 color options & 4 size options
Starting at
SKU: EF2220-48-075

Under Slab Insulation

Available in 2 sizes
Starting at
SKU: EF1620-48-075

Floor Joist Insulation

Available in 2 sizes
Starting at
SKU: EF2222-16-125

Double Bubble Insulation - Our most popular bubble insulation that is used for applications in metal buildings, pole barns, basements, crawl spaces and many other places that require a vapor barrier. Double bubble has a double layer of polyethylene bubbles to act an extra thermal barrier to prevent condesation.

Single Bubble Insulation - Single Bubble insulation is an economic alternative compared to our double bubble product. It is also 96% reflective which means it does the exact same job at preventing radiant heat gains in your building. With only a single layer of polyehtylene bubbles, we recommend single bubble insulation for less extreme climates.

Under Slab Insulation - Just like it's name sounds, our under slab insulation has been designed specifically for installation under concrete slabs. The metalized foil in under slab insulation is sandwiched between a layer of polyethylene bubbles on each side to protect it. This is the ONLY product that we sell that is rated for use under concrete slabs.

Between Joist Insulation - Between joist insulation is made from the same material as our top selling double bubble product. The only thing that makes this product special is that it is pre-cut to either 16" or 24" widths and includes staple tabs along both sides for easily attaching it between floor joists.

To see how Radiant Barrier works, visit our How It Works page.