Interra is a far better bet if you’re looking for overall quality, performance, and stable R-Values. Spray foam, on the other hand, works well if you want to save time on installation, but it can be more costly overall.
Radon is a hazardous, radioactive gas that’s prevalent across much of North America. But while our building codes have a working solution, what if we told you that there’s a product that performs 7 times better at stopping Radon ingress? This post will examine the test results comparing the Radon-retarding properties of Halo’s Subterra Plus versus the current code requirement.
See how attention to detail and the right insulation products helped student-builders construct a beautiful (and airtight) home benefiting the YMCA.
Halo’s Interra Plus panels are more than just a “green choice” Sustainable construction is no longer a trend. As more […]
In this blog post, we’ll discuss how the insulation value of extruded polystyrene (XPS) rigid insulation actually decreases over […]
Halo® Exterra®, a foam board insulation for above-grade exterior insulation applications is also designed to be a water-resistive barrier (which […]
How can you reduce construction costs on the job site? GCs and trades want to keep expenses low so that […]
Get a sneak peak at our recent Halo® Exterra® Webcast Click below to start the sneak peak:https://buildwithhalo.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Halo-Video-Snippet.mp4 Interested in Learning […]