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Radiant Barrier Siding and Roof Decking

Summer is right around the corner! Looking for a way to keep things cool when it heats up outside? We use radiant barrier siding and roof decking from industry leader LP on our Premier and Premier PRO buildings. This high-tech material helps block radiant heat from entering and can keep the building (and all of your possessions inside) up to 30 degrees cooler!

And the benefits of this material don’t end there. The shiny interior surface not only reflects heat back out of the building, but also reflects the light inside…making your building brighter…even with light from windows or skylights.

Plus, the siding material is treated to resist insect and moisture damage. Concerned about the environment? These LP prodcuts are environmentally friendly (the wood is harvested from sustainable, self-regenerating Aspen forests). And to top it off, the siding carries a manufacturer’s 5/50 Year Limited Warranty.

4 replies
  1. Teresa
    Teresa says:

    Just got a tuff shed with radiant barrier and I want to make into office . Would I still need to put in insulation before I put up the Sheetrock ?

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    • Tuff Shed Rep
      Tuff Shed Rep says:

      Hi Teresa,

      With the radiant barrier you won’t need to add any additional insulation. Thank you for taking the time to check in!

      Reply
  2. Jasmin
    Jasmin says:

    I have a shed on my property that I’m turning into a kennel. It has the white papery lining inside (the ceiling is silver inside). If I want to heat/cool the shed will I need to insulate it further? What kind of insulation will I need?

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    • Tuff Shed Rep
      Tuff Shed Rep says:

      Hi Jasmin, thanks for your comment. When it comes to insulating with our Radiant Barrier, we do have a few requirements to follow. We recommend speaking with your local Tuff Shed team about your plans for the kennel; they’ll be able to provide the best advice for climate control. Let us know if you have any other questions!

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