Basement Wall Insulation

An uninsulated basement can cause significant energy loss in a house which is why building codes typically require basement wall insulation for unfinished basements, new construction or remodeling projects. Basement Wall Insulation is the ideal solution for unfinished basements. While poured concrete or block walls create a strong foundation, they provide little R-value. As always, be sure to check your local building code requirements.

Key Benefits
Can help increase home comfort year-round by reducing energy loss
Sound Control
Can help reduce sound transmission when installed properly
Quality Design
The facing is Class A fire rated and can help brighten your room
Meets the IECC Code for a continuous R-value
Insulation for Unfinished Basements
You can use Basement Wall Insulation in new construction or to retrofit existing homes. It’s sold in blankets (48 inches), which give you the flexibility to apply the insulation horizontally in two rows across the top and bottom half of a basement wall or vertically to cover a full wall.
Basement Wall Insulation
Designed for unfinished basements, ensuring proper thermal performance to help reduce energy loss.
48"; 88"
Basement Wall Insulation
Designed for use in unfinished basements, Basement Wall Insulation’s perforated facing allows the product to meet building code requirements as it is not a vapor retarder but provides a clean, finished appearance. This design enables you to insulate interior basement walls without the cost of framing or finishing them, and it uses our ECOSE® Technology, the world’s first bio-based binder.
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Basement Wall Insulation meets the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) standards for a continuous R-value with a Class A fire rating. Please check with your local code official for approval.
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The ability to resist heat flow — insulation's thermal resistance.
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Thermal Properties
Ability to enhance a thermal enclosure for comfort and efficiency.
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Insulating For Sound
Sound absorption characteristics, helping reduce noise transmission.
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