Walls

Many of the reasons EPS is suitable for roofs also apply to walls.  An additional benefit in wall applications is the material does not sustain mold and mildew growth.  Common EPS insulation wall applications include:  cavity walls, interior walls, exterior sheathing, gable ends and within EIFS.  In cavity walls, EPS products with factory-laminated, polymeric, metallic-reflective facers not only help shed water to reduce moisture buildup, but also boost the wall assembly’s R-value.  To minimize labor requirements, building professionals can order EPS cavity wall insulation in job-specific thicknesses and pre-scored at any interval to accommodate brick wall ties.  Learn more about Insulfoam wall applications and product information.

InsulWall R-Tech  |  Race Pace Bicycles:  Baltimore, MD

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With five Baltimore area locations, 36-year old bike retailer Race Pace Bicycles isn’t slowing down.  The company’s Ellicott City store has relocated to a nearby site to give it more room.  The new location utilizes R-Tech insulation as the exterior wall insulation for the building’s metal wall panel system.  Read project profile (pdf).

 

R-Tech Wall System  |  Deep Residential Retrofit:  Phoenix, AZ

Arizona Deep Retrofil_profile coverThis Arizona residential became the first project to be certified under the Phoenix Green Construction Code, receiving a Gold rating from the program.  Starting as a 1951 home that was stripped and abandoned for over 5 years, the project team’s goals were to turn this 50’s style home into a sustainable residence.  Insulfoam R-Tech was chosen to reach its goals of large reduction in energy use and reduce landfill waste during the construction process.  Read project profile (pdf)

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