Before beginning any demolition work in your quest to insulate an existing house, read on to discover how InSoFast insulation can be applied directly to your interior walls.
InSoFast insulation panels are made of closed-cell, non-porous Expanded Polystyrene foam that is injection-molded into specially engineered panels. Our designs are meant to serve the efforts of homeowners and professionals alike.
Whether you live in an older home or would simply like to add a bit of coziness and lower utility costs, add a system of insulation to the interior walls of your home.
The utility costs of heating and cooling your home are quite a substantial percentage of your home’s overhead. Adding insulation will obviously make the HVAC system more efficient, and InSoFast insulation panels simplify an otherwise burdensome effort.
If the noises coming from the playroom, family room, or teenager’s bedroom are simply too much to bear, consider the benefits of soundproofing that a system of insulation can bring.
When moisture becomes caught inside the wall cavity of a home, mold and mildew are often the result. The EPS foam panels made by InSoFast, LLC, are non-porous and feature built-in drainage channels that direct moisture away from the wall.
InSoFast insulation panels come in two product lines for interior purposes. Choose between either UX 2.0 or EXi 2.5 panels.
The UX 2.0 panel produces an R-value of 8.5, referring to the resistance to thermal energy loss. Each panel is 2’ long and 4’ wide with a 2” thickness. The EPS foam composing the panel is chemically and physically stable and will remain as it is indefinitely.
The panel features a flat surface with exposed stud facings, a rot-resistant frame created by the built-in studs, moisture control channels, service raceways, and a stackable, lightweight design. The UX 2.0 panel offers affordability and sufficiency for all base code regs.
The EXi interior panel provides 20% more insulating strength. The panel is ½” thicker and has an R-value of 10.5 that outperforms traditional batt insulation labeled as R-15.
The process of installing these panels requires simply applying the panels to the wall in a running bond pattern using construction adhesive along the studs. You’ll need to modify the panels around windows, pipes, and at the corners and ceilings. This modification can be completed with either a utility knife or a saw. It couldn’t be simpler.
If you’d like to learn more about how to insulate interior walls with InSoFast insulation panels in an existing house, check out our website or give us a call at (888) 396-9677.