Residential Below-Grade Insulation

Residential Below-Grade Insulation

Below-grade insulation is important both for the longevity of your structures and the impact on the environment. Lack of foundation insulation on below-grade and under slab projects can account for up to 25% of a structure’s total heat loss. Insulating properly below-grade, can reduce this heat loss and help manage heating and cooling bills.

 

Residential Below-Grade Insulation

Below-grade insulation is important both for the longevity of your structures and the impact on the environment. Lack of foundation insulation on below-grade and under slab projects can account for up to 25% of a structure’s total heat loss. Insulating properly below-grade, can reduce this heat loss and help manage heating and cooling bills.

Below-Grade, Above Average

With an extensive offering of below-grade and under-slab insulating products, Insulfoam and R-Tech® brand expanded polystyrene (EPS) and graphite polystyrene (GPS) insulation products are engineered to stand the test of time. Our products are designed to insulate concrete, foundation walls or slabs, while offering the ability to protect waterproofing or damp proofing (especially during back filling). Insulfoam Below-Grade Foundation Insulation is widely used for both commercial and residential applications, including:

  • Below Grade
  • Under Slab
  • Perimeter Insulation
  • Waterproofing Protective Barrier
  • Drainage Board
  • Radiant Heated Floors

Available from home improvement stores nationwide, R-Tech comes in various thicknesses, panel sizes and fan-fold options (picture unfolding 100 squares insulation in under 5 minutes!). Work without the mess of loose insulation or pesky and painful fiberglass slivers.

Installation

Insulfoam below-grade insulation products are available in a wide variety of sizes to best meet your projects requirements. Specific product installation details and instructions are available for every region, if you are looking for something more specific for your region, please contact your local Insulfoam Rep for the right installation guidelines to support your project.