Construction and Insulation Products
In the construction industry, Foam-Control is among the most versatile, energy efficient, and cost effective insulators available, delivering extremely high, stable R-values. Depend on Foam-Control to do the job—practically any job—from the ground up: perimeter foundation and underslab insulation, wall sheathing, EIFS insulation, roof insulation, concrete insulation/void filler, ICF insulation, Geofoam and just about any construction application you can imagine. The advantages to using Foam-Control products include:
- State-of-the-art insulation and energy efficiency
- Variety of density, thickness, size
- UL QA monitored, tested, certified, listed
- Unlimited fabrication possibilities
- Building code recognized
- Warranted R-value
- Perform Guard® termite protection available
- Cost effective
- Long-lasting, strong, and stable
- Contains no CFC, HCFC, HFC, or formaldehyde
Stands up to the elements, yet it’s good for the environment.
Cost effective thermal design is among the highest priorities in construction. Foam-Control insulation products are available in a range of densities necessary to provide energy efficiency, structural integrity, and cost-effectiveness. They’re proven to lower energy costs, saving both money and precious resources.
Foam-Control molded polystyrene insulation is used for all types of Foam-Control construction. Foam-Control has a 35-year history of proven performance.
Thermal Performance of Foam-Control.
Cost effective thermal design is among the highest priorities in construction. Thermal resistance (R-value) of an insulation assembly is the determining factor in thermal performance. Foam-Control provides optimum cost value when compared to other rigid insulations of the same R-value design.
Strength Characteristics of Foam-Control.
Foam-Control insulation products are available in a range of densities necessary to provide both structural integrity and cost effectiveness. Other rigid insulation products fail to provide this design flexibility due to limited density availability, and therefore cost more.