I've had some experience with this. In the winter of 2011, a radiant barrier was installed here. I told the people selling this that it would probably harm indoor OTA reception. What happened here after was different reception in different rooms. In a room with a correct facing window, I believe reception is slightly more reliable than before. In rooms without a correct facing window, VHF signals are degraded quite a lot. I receive only 1 of the 2 VHF stations successfully in 1 of the rooms. I'm using a Mohu Leaf in that room because traditional rabbit ears do not work for either VHF station. This leads me to believe that the barrier has made that room noisier in terms of electrical interference. Some UHF signals were harmed in terms of reliability, but others weren't. Some may have been helped.
I'd guess your reception will be less reliable, but it might still be okay. You'd have to try it to find out. VHF will most likely be the most difficult to receive. Good Luck.