Fiberglass batt insulation is not recommended for basements when placed between the basement ceiling/living floor joists or in crawl spaces
Old insulation materials are inevitably compressed when the crawl space is in constant contact with moisture. Eventually, this compaction leads to gaps between the material and the surrounding materials, causing loss of all insulation benefits.
Fiberglass batts are an ineffective home energy solution. However, Spray Foam Insulation Today provides several other insulation products that will improve the energy efficiency of your home, including polyurethane foam insulation that can be installed in ceilings or anywhere
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If you want your basement to stay strong and firm, these cost-effective and quick-setting solutions will help: use rigid foam insulation against the walls of the basement (which also become your foundation) and then seal them with adhesive materials and masonry fasteners.
ThermalDry™ decking is proven water and mold-resistant floor protection system comprised of moisture-resistant subflooring and rigid foam insulation for optimum thermal performance. You can reduce your worries about dampness & mold while still having a highly durable, comfortable home.
Rigid foam is a new and exciting innovation for wall and floor insulation.
Rigid foam insulation is gaining more attention these days because it doesn't compress over time, meaning it'll never lose its R-value. It's ideal for installation in either the basement or attic and one of its most popular types is SilverGlo or ThermalDry.
Basement panels get installed in the basement and make your home even more energy-efficient. They contain particles that reflect heat, which helps you use less energy for heating your home. The R-value they provide is also among the best.
The foam panels contain insulation that was originally designed to regulate the temperature inside your home. Located between these two materials is a radiant barrier that protects the basement from excess heat.
Investing in gap sealing & insulation might make sense if you want to live comfortably and save money, too. Add insulation between the floor & walls, as well as the floor & ceiling, for maximum energy efficiency.
If you're planning to remodel the basement and want a finished floor that will keep your feet warm in the winter, ThermalDry™ insulated floor decking is a logical choice.
These eco-friendly, affordable home insulation squares are designed using two materials that work together to provide the best protection. They're also easy to install and come in 2x2 ft sizes.
This is a good idea because you can install both the insulation and subflooring in one go.
With insulation, our experts can seal and insulate the basement & crawl space. Eliminating air that can escape is essential for keeping your family safe.
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