You live in warm climate. You have strange opinions about insulation. Those will not work here at all.
But note that heat comes from bees, not from sun.
If you have uninsulated front wall heat escapes via it at night
For your information Finsky, Wisconsin is not a warm climate, it is a temperate climate which means we have warm summers and cold winters, it is not uncommon to reach -30 F. So please don't tell me I live in a warm climate.
Did you ever hear of heat radiation from sunlight transfering heat through a surface? Your quite fond of telling people that they don't know anything or that they have "hobby imagination" whatever the hell that means. A little too fond of it I'm afraid.
Here is a quick lesson:
If a surface absorbs
sunlight energy, where does it go? Does it go out? No it has been absorbed
. Darker colors do this more than lighter ones for example.
If a surface reflects
sunlight energy, where does that energy go? It goes out, reflected off the surface.
such as in the insulation I will be using, it is foil covered foam. So when I ask about the reflection of heat, I don't find that question or concern to be "weird" at all, in fact it is quite logical.
It's really very simple.
PS: The insulation I'm using reflects 97% of radiant heat. It's good stuff. Better than a pillow or whatever you were using...lol