Energy Shieldz Paint Additive

Looking for an easy and inexpensive way to save on your home's energy costs? Energy Shieldz Paint Additive by Energy Solutions of America is made up of a complex blend of ceramic microspheres. Once this additive has been mixed and applied to the walls and ceilings of a home, it acts as a thermal radiant barrier.

Energy Shieldz Paint Additive is designed to mix with any type of paint, including:

  • latex house paint
  • industrial coating
  • roof coating
  • epoxy
  • urethane
  • even high temperature paint!

Energy Shieldz products are specifically designed to reduce unwanted summertime heat gain and unwanted winter time heat loss from buildings to which they have been applied. Our paint additive acts in a manner similar to our multi-layer reflective insulation. Both products reflect heat, thereby enabling a more comfortable and temperature-stable environment with less heating and cooling requirements.

Energy Solutions of America's products are often imitated but never duplicated by competitors.

This specially formulated product reflects heat from your home during the harsh summer months, but also keeps your home-generated heat inside during the cold winter months. Energy Shieldz Paint Additive can be used to coat and insulate the interior and exterior of a home to maximize its protection and lower your energy costs.

Our product decreases heat intake, lowers the amount of heat loss, and has even reduced heat gain by as much as 40 percent!

Our Energy Shieldz Paint Additive: How it Works

Energy Shieldz is the only paint additive proven over and over again to make ordinary house paint reflect heat and perform as a radiant barrier. Energy Shieldz mixed into ordinary paint has the ability to block a substantial amount of that radiant energy that accounts for the 75% winter heat loss and 93% summer heat gain in conventional structures.

Conventional insulation materials like fiberglass, cellulose, rock wool and Styrofoam (no matter how thick), have almost no ability to block radiant heat energy which can account for as much as 93 percent of summer heat gain and up to 75 percent winter heat loss in conventional structures. These products are only designed to slow down (resist) conduction heat energy. Insulation once saturated with heat will simply allow remaining heat to pass through. Ever notice in the summer, it's 10 PM or so, and you touch one of the walls in your home that butts up to the outside, the sun has been down for hours, but the wall is still hot! That's because the wall has been absorbing heat all day and is passing it through the wall to the inside of your home.

Remember: R-value means "resistance". If a product "resists", it does not stop radiant heat transfer. R-value material only deals with conductive heat transfer.

The average 2,500 sq ft home located in a moderate winter zone in the U.S. requires 5 million BTUs per month to heat and in excess of 7 million BTUs to heat in a severe winter zone. To be able to economically and easily reduce this consumption by 20% would mean a reduction of one million to almost one and one half million BTUs per home, at an average potential annual household savings in excess of $650.00! In the South, you see identical results with air conditioning load reduction and corresponding drop in electrical consumption.

Please contact a Energy Solutions of America representative today for more information or to request a quote.