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Rigid Foam Insulation

Rigid Foam Insulation

Rigid foam can be used in walls, roofs, and foundations, for retrofits or new construction. Most varieties of foam have a higher R-value per inch than fiberglass, cotton, or cellulose.

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Structural Insulated Panels

Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs)

These panels consist of an insulating foam core sandwiched between two structural pieces of OSB. SIPs can be fabricated to fit nearly any building design.

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Nail Base Insulation

Nail Base Panels

Nail base panels are an easy way to add continuous insulation and air sealing to older homes as part of a comprehensive energy retrofit plan or as an energy conservation measure when replacing siding. 

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Ice Storage House

Ice Storage Houses

  • Get it delivered – ready to use - 6′ h x 8′ w 10’1 – Inside measurement.
  • 12″ EPS insulation for the top, bottom & sides wrapped in Performance Star.
  • Can be custom ordered.
  • Doors also sold separately.
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Learn More About Hitz Halter

APPLICATIONS

  • Radiant floor heat
  • Basement walls
  • Sidewalks
  • Tremendous Energy Savings!
  • Radiant Floor heat is 33% more efficient than conventional hot air if installed properly

EASY INSTALLATION

  • Designed Especially for Radiant Floor heat
  • Pex tubing placement made easy
  • Rebar spacing simplified
  • Easily taped together
  • 4′ x 24′ fan folded for one man installation
  • Hitz Halter, your radiant floor installation time saver!

GREAT ADVANTAGES

  • 3x stronger poly film on both sides
  • Insecticide: no more termites or ants
  • Easier to ship – 4′ x 4′ x 8′ tall
  • Shrink wrapped skid with runners
  • Forklift friendly
  • Storage friendly

Product

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

I give this firm a 5 star rating. They are the nicest people to deal with. They go out of their way to make you happy, and the work they do is awesome. Absolutely love our panels for our home. Smarter financially and goes up quick. Will not stick build again! Thank you Vernon and the guys, for such A+ service.

XPS foam is made by melting polystyrene pellets and extruding them into rigid panels. It is a dense and strong product that has a higher R-value per inch than EPS foam. XPS foam is often in below-grade applications, such as foundation walls, as well as in roofing and other applications.

Benefits of XPS foam:

  • Dense and strong, with high compressive strength
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Resistant to mold and mildew
  • Higher R-value per inch than EPS foam

Situations for the of XPS foam:

Below-grade applications, such as foundation walls and slabs

Roofing and other applications where high compressive strength is needed

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8685 Township Rd 561,

Holmesville, OH 44633

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