The Home of Q-RITE Below Grade Insulation

Q-RITE™ Helps You Win!

We designed Q-RITE™ with both the contractor, and the customer in mind. The grids and the markings on the film are for easy insulation and pex tubing installation (see illustration below). Why is this important? Because we know that when you save on installation time, you will also save on cost. To ensure that your home is safe for many years, we also treat the product for termite resistance. A safe home requires protection from those little critters that can bring devastating damage. Q-RITE™ is an EPS material which give the the highest R-value per dollar in the industry.

The Q-Rite Design Features

We designed Q-RITE™ with both the contractor, and the customer in mind. The grids and the markings on the film are for easy insulation and pex tubing installation (see illustration below). Why is this important? Because we know that when you save on installation time, you will also save on cost. To ensure that your home is safe for many years, we also treat the product for termite resistance. A safe home requires protection from those little critters that can bring devastating damage. Q-RITE™ is an EPS material which give the the highest R-value per dollar in the industry.

Q-Rite Below Grade Insulation Design Features

What is R-Value?

The R-Value of an insulation is the thermal resistance rating. It is most comonly used in the construction industry to determine a materials resistance to heat transfer. The higher the R-value, the better resistance to thermal heat transfer the material will provide.

On the chart below we have provided the R-value Ratings for Q-RITE™. Q-RITE™ is available in multiple thicknesses, the R-value will increase as the thickness increases. The R-value will also adjust as the temperatures change.

What is the R-Value For Q-Rite?

Q-Rite is available in clear and reflective material, in the following thicknesses: 3/8”,  1/2”,  3/4”,  1”,  1 1/2”,  2”  2 3/8”

Q-Rite Below Grade Insulation R-Value

Why is Q-Rite better?

Studies show that as much as 25% of energy loss from structure can be attributed to a lack of insulation on belowgrade foundations. In belowgrade applications, foam insulation is exposed to moisture and could lose R-Value over time if this moisture is absorbed.

Not all rigid foam insulations publish their long term R-Value. Only one of these materials has a R-Value warranty for 100% of its published R-Value.

Designed For...

• Energy Efficiency

• Termite Resistance

• Easy Installation

“Adding value to others, is the surest way to add value to our own lives.”

- John C Maxwell

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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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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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