Should you insulate your basement walls with InSoFast insulation panels, you’ll have a warmer, cozier, and more lasting abode.
InSoFast insulation panels are an affordable measure for DIYers looking for a product with remarkable quality and affordable costs. These patented and patent-pending panels meet all energy regulations and outperform traditional batt insulation with higher R-values on the label.
With a system of InSoFast insulation in place in your basement, you can easily apply drywall and paneling on your own. This project is one that you can handle independently, meaning you save money on labor as well as materials.
When making plans to insulate your basement, it’s as important to consider what not to choose as it is to select the perfect material.
Fiberglass might seem like the obvious choice since it’s so commonly used. It is an affordable option, and while tedious, the project isn’t so complicated that a handy homeowner can’t complete it independently.
Not only is fiberglass insulation difficult to install, but it also doesn’t resist degradation, mold, mildew, or rot. The fiberglass absorbs water and becomes useless, settling and promoting mold and mildew.
Another option for insulation would be spray foam. This insulation is powerful and can fill every inch of empty space, but it requires professional installation and is quite an expensive project.
Achieve the best combination of value, price, and easy installation with InSoFast insulation panels. They’re made of closed-cell, injection-molded Expanded Polystyrene foam and provide continuous, airtight insulation coverage.
The base level InSoFast insulation panel is the UX 2.0 panel line. These panels are 2’ long, 4’ wide, and 2” thick. The panel has an R-8.5 degree of resistance to thermal energy loss and outperforms competing insulation labeled as R-13.
The panels have several features that make them beneficial including the following:
Installing InSoFast insulation panels into your basement is a simple matter that can be completed independently with few implements. A utility knife, a saw, a caulking gun, construction adhesive, and canned spray foam insulation complete the short list of materials required for the project.
To prepare yourself for your basement insulation project, browse our collection of videos and articles that we host on our website. You’ll find plenty of material for inspiration, troubleshooting, and instructions.
Should you want to insulate your basement walls, find confidence in the quality and simple installation that InSoFast insulation panels provide. To place your order, call (888) 501-7899. We’re always pleased to assist our customers in their home improvement efforts.