Foam Board Insulation Installers
You may have heard about the benefits of foam board insulation for use in both new home insulation, commercial insulation, and existing home insulation projects. This type of insulation is essentially made of a material that is similar to Styrofoam, and it is cut into insulation panels that fit neatly into different spaces in your building.
If you need rigid foam insulation material to help you reduce your energy consumption, save you money, and keep your living space comfortable, this is a great option to consider.
What is Foam Board Insulation?
Foam board insulation is made from Expanded Polystyrene (EPS). This material is a type of insulation sheet used in a variety of applications, including residential and commercial insulation. Expanded polystyrene is roughly 95% air and 5% plastic, making it an attractive option for home or construction foam. It is very light and easy to cut to the necessary dimensions, and it also does a great job of helping you regulate interior temperatures—saving you money by keeping energy bills low.
Foam board insulation is incredibly versatile—it can almost be challenging to even know where to start! But don’t let the possibilities limit your imagination. Some of the best uses for expanded polystyrene in residential and commercial insulation projects include:
- Insulating attic vents
- Insulating cavity walls
- Filling concrete voids
- Perimeter insulation
- Exterior insulation systems
- Brick ledge insulation
Insulation Board from Allweather Insulation
If you think foam board insulation is the right material for your project, Allweather Insulation can give you a proper installation so you can start reaping the benefits immediately. We use and sell expanded polystyrene in all sizes, and in thicknesses from ½” to 17”.
With so many applications in both residential and commercial properties, it’s no wonder that foam insulation panels are so popular. If you or someone you know is looking to use expanded polystyrene on an upcoming home improvement project, contact our office today! Our team of experienced professionals will be happy to walk you through every step of the installation process and answer any questions you might have.