Insulation, Backers & Wraps
Wide variety of materials and brands for design and installation of insulation, backers and wraps
Are you looking for insulation for a new project or replacing existing insulation with insulation that is easily cut, non-combustible, versatile, green-geared, and has excellent sound absorbency and high R-value?
We have an extensive selection of insulation styles at our fingertips with everything from Insulated Boards to House Wraps and Roof Underlayment.
Premier Insulation Prodcts
- Rigid Foam Insulated Boards
- Blanket & Loose Fill Fiberglass Insulation
- Weather Resistant House Wraps
- Waterproof Roof Underlayment
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What makes rigid foam insulation different? The key difference between rigid foam insulation and traditional insulation is, as you might expect, the strength of the material. Unlike batt and blown insulation, rigid foam won’t blow or shift out of place once it’s installed. It also is water and pest resistant, making it perfect for basements and crawl spaces.
What is Fiberglass Insulation? Fiberglass – which consists of extremely fine glass fibers – is an insulation material that is found in most homes. It is commonly used in two different types of insulation – blanket which is batts and rolls, and loose fill. It is also available as rigid boards and duct insulation.
Currently manufacturers produce medium- and high-density fiberglass batt insulation products that have a slightly higher R-Value than standard batts, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Fiberglass can be placed in unfinished walls, floors and ceilings. It is fitted between studs, joists, and beams.
A woven and synthetic material wrapped around the plywood of a homes exterior. House wraps work as a weather resistant barrier for you home and prevents the infiltration of air and water but allows the escape of water vapor to prevent rot and mold within your home.
Roofing underlayment is a water-resistant or waterproof barrier material that is installed directly onto your roof deck. It is applied under all other roofing materials as an added layer of protection from severe weather. Roofing underlayment provides your roof with an extra layer of protection that shingles alone can’t match.