Rigid foam insulation can be installed against foundation walls with adhesive and masonry fasteners.
Many houses have basement insulation in the form of fiberglass batts that are installed between basement ceiling joists. But this insulation is for the upstairs space; it does nothing to make your basement more comfortable and energy efficient. The other limitation of fiberglass insulation is that it can't stop air leakage that causes comfort, energy and moisture problems.
Dr. Energy Saver offers a variety of insulation solutions designed specifically for the basement environment. Your local Dr. Energy Saver contractor can inspect your home and help you decide on the best insulation plan for your basement.
One-step solution. ThermalDry® Decking combines rigid foam floor insulation with moisture-proof & mold-proof subflooring.
Given the problems with fiberglass insulation in the basement, Dr. Energy Saver developed an alternative solution using rigid foam insulation. Unlike fiberglass batts, rigid foam insulation won't absorb moisture, compress, lose R-value or fall out of place. It has ideal characteristics for use in the basement, which is why we recommend three innovative basement insulation products.
When your foundation walls are insulated with rigid foam, your Dr. Energy Saver contractor can also seal and insulate the rim joist in your basement or crawl space to eliminate this major source of air infiltration.
If you're tired of drafts, uncomfortable rooms, and expensive heating and cooling costs, Dr. Energy Saver is here to help. Our basement insulation services will ensure that your home is as efficient and comfortable as possible. Contact your local dealer today for an estimate!