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RADIANT FLOOR INSULATION

Radiant Floor Insulation Options

Radiant floor heating is becoming more common in new home construction. There are many floor insulation options—concrete floor insulation, under floor insulation, crawl space floor insulation, sub floor insulation, mobile home floor insulation, in floor heating insulation, hardwood floor insulation, to name a few. 

  • Effective in extreme temperatures both hot and cold
  • Waterproof, Non-absorbent surface Strong but clean,
  • Strong but clean, lightweight and flexible

We Stock PEX Tubing!

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Hitz Laminated

LAMINATED EPS

With our laminated EPS (Expanded Polystyrene Foam) Panels, polyethylene is applied to the EPS sheet. We recommend using these where moisture is a concern. In an area where there is a high concentration of moisture in the soil, panels with polyethylene are typically used to provide a barrier. This makes them great for radiant floor insulation Panels are available in a wide range of sizes, thicknesses, and compressive strengths. 

Rigid Foam Insulation

NON-LAMINATED EPS

This versatile rigid foam board can be used for new and retrofit construction. It's weatherproofing protection barrier allows for below grade, under a slab, crawl space, perimeter insulation, drainage board, and radiant heated floors. This is the most economical product that is offered. However, it is not the right fit for every project.  Panels are available in a wide range of sizes, thicknesses, and compressive strengths.

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HITZ HALTER

After months of testing in real-life applications, we feel that Hitz Halter is the highest quality product there is! With 3X stronger film, 40% better insulation integrity (better stability and performance), and 100% virgin material Hitz Halter is designed especially for radiant floor heat.  It simplifies rebar spacing, tapes together easily, and comes fan folded for one-man installation - A real time and energy saver! For more information on this product click on the Hitz Halter page.

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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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(330) 279-2345

8685 Township Rd 561,

Holmesville, OH 44633

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Saturday: Closed

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