If the existing walls do not have a layer of structural sheathing, they may require bracing per local building codes. If corner bracing is used, you will need to take steps to ensure all Exterra panels are flush with those Exterra panels installed at the corners.
Halo Subterra is a below-ground rigid insulation that is offered at a variety of compressive strengths, starting at 16 psi.
Discover how Halo is powered by Graphite Polystyrene (GPS) and the benefits of our Neopor core. GPS provides a long-term thermal performance of R5 per nominal inch (1.06″) while offering a minuscule embodied carbon footprint compared to XPS.
Can Foam Board Insulation Be Used Between Studs Instead of Batt Insulation? This application is not typically recommended for the […]
What is the difference between Halo Exterra and ZIP Sheathing? Halo Exterra are rigid foam board insulation panels that feature […]
HOW DO YOU PROTECT FOAM BOARD INSULATION FROM TERMITES AND ANTS? For above-grade applications, it is best to protect Halo Exterra foam […]
Can I Use Foam Board Insulation With Batt Insulation? Yes, foam board insulation is an excellent complement to batt insulation. […]