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NON-LAMINATED RIGID FOAM INSULATION

NON-LAMINATED RIGID FOAM INSULATION (EPS)

An alternative to (the more common) blanket or roll batt insulation, rigid foam insulation adds layers of thermal resistance to your home’s exterior walls, roof, and foundation. The main difference being that  Rigid Foam has a closed-cell structure rather than the open cell structure of the blanket insulation. This allows for a higher R-value which means better insulation and it is more resistant to water damage and air leaks. 

Rigid Foam Insulation has many applications, from the foundation to the roof and is an effective barrier against moisture. We offer our Rigid Foam Insulation with a clear film on both sides, or in a plain finish. You can learn more about EPS and Rigid Foam Insulation by clicking here.

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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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