Crawl spaces are a huge market in the USA. In states like Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, and many others, crawl spaces are commonly found in newly built homes. Crawl space renovation is another popular niche, as many owners of existing crawl spaces want to minimize heat loss and moisture issues below their homes. […]
Halo advanced rigid insulation foam boards can come in handy if you want to minimize echo in a room or decouple a partition or exterior wall while adding insulation and a vapor barrier if needed. Halo’s products excel at blocking heat flow and vapor, mitigating Radon ingress, and serving many other functions that improve health, comfort, and energy efficiency.
Our residential codes go far in ensuring energy efficiency but leave home comfort out of the equation. So it’s up to you, the builder, to ensure that buyers feel well when they live in the homes you construct.
Halo’s Interra rigid insulation excels at insulating walls, floors, and ceilings — it offers a stable, long-term R-Value, acts as a vapor barrier when needed, and reflects heat back inside if you leave an air gap.
Halo’s insulation products provide top thermal resistance values, durability, flexibility, and other characteristics that are well-suited for several common residential applications. Learn more today!
We’re committed to equipping you with all the right tools and information before you build with Halo. These installation guides, as well as our interactive webcasts, should help you kick off your next project.
Halo Subterra is a below-ground rigid insulation that is offered at a variety of compressive strengths, starting at 16 psi.
Can Foam Board Insulation Be Used Between Studs Instead of Batt Insulation? This application is not typically recommended for the following reasons: Rigid foam board pieces are difficult to fit snugly between studs so you would have to spray foam to fill any gaps. Unlike loose-fill or batt, foam board insulation can’t easily be cut […]
Learn how to insulate and add subflooring to your existing concrete slab. This is a far less tangled process than you think and can add great retail value to your home!
What is the difference between Halo Exterra and ZIP Sheathing? Halo Exterra are rigid foam board insulation panels that feature a graphite polystyrene (GPS) foam core that is laminated on both sides with a layer of perforated polypropylene film. Halo Exterra panels marry a water-resistive barrier (WRB) to continuous exterior insulation, eliminating thermal bridging as […]