Insulation & Air Sealing
The tape helps improve the integrity of the building envelope by reducing air and moisture penetrations.
The tape creates a permanent air/vapor seal that prevents air and moisture leaks.
It acts as a breathable air and water barrier while providing continuous exterior insulation.
It is suited for areas with large temperature swings and/or areas where heat, humidity, sun, and rain are prevalent.
This adhesive with high vapor permeability reduces the odds of water and air leakages due to membrane penetration.
It is hand-tearable for easy application and can contribute to LEED credits applications.
ProSeal is also suitable for year-round use, viable in temperatures as low as 23° F.
ResidentialComplete includes air, water, and vapor barriers, minimizes thermal bridging and can save homeowners about 25 percent on heating and cooling.
This product will not settle, shrink, or expand over time, ensuring a long-lasting air seal. Channel Fill is available in both disposable and refillable sizes.
ProPink EcoTouch is GreenGuard Gold-certified for indoor air quality, contributing to numerous green certifications.
This closed-cell spray foam insulation product from Icynene is a 100-percent water-blown insulation.
Two foil facers sit around a uniform, closed-cell, polyisocyanurate foam core that provides protection against thermal bridging and water, vapor, and air infiltration.
The transition membrane is compatible with all StoGuard vapor-permeable and vapor-impermeable membranes.
With the full lineup, homeowners can protect their entire house from moisture damage from the basement to the roof.
All boards are manufactured without CFCs or HCFCs, giving them zero ozone-depletion potential and making them environmentally friendly.
With energy prices increasing across every sector with no immediate relief in sight, consumers are expected to pay more to keep their homes comfortable.
CertainTeed becomes one of the first insulation manufacturers to provide third-party verification of its product's environmental performance from manufacturing to end-of-life impact.
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency?s Energy Star program, air leaks account for 25 to 40 percent of the energy used to heat and cool a typical residence. Insulating and air sealing with SPF can dramatically reduce a home?s energy use, which in turn lowers its carbon footprint.
Advancements in weather-resistant barriers keep things tight yet ventilated to save energy.
Our first hurdles were the insulation listings and specs submitted by the architect to the planners. With the help of our cellulose manufacturer, we were able to locate listings that would satisfy every wall assembly except the floors.