Airfoam EPS delivers many building envelope insulation products at the highest R-Value per dollar over other foam insulation products. Resilient EPS resists moisture and is ideal for continuous insulation (c.i.) applications with low environmental impacts and stable R-Values. Most Airfoam insulation products are available in various thicknesses & strengths to meet any project requirements - from underslab to the roof.
Airfoam offers a wide range of high-performance EPS roof insulation products for new and re-roofing needs. EPS insulation retains its original R-Value over the long life of buildings while many other foam materials only get 80-90% of original R-Value because the greenhouse gases they use diffuse over time. Airfoam Roof Insulation offers the ultimate in long-term energy efficiency for your roof assembly systems.
Geofoam is a geotechnical fill material used as an alternative to soil or other materials, for soil stabilization, and in many other engineered applications. Extremely lightweight Geofoam is cost effective & fast, usually eliminating pilings, surcharging, preloading, and staging that's often needed with other materials. Geofoam resists moisture, decomposition and many adverse conditions for predictable compressive strengths over long service periods.
Airfoam Flotation Billets provide superior performance for virtually any commercial or residential floatation needs. Ideal for applications in docks, marinas, boathouses, swim rafts and piers, EPS floatation components offer high buoyancy with minimal maintenance. Available with sturdy coatings for long term resistance to water penetration, punctures, and UV-rays, Airfoam EPS Flotation components can be used in fresh and salt water applications.
EPS insulation is the most cost-effective way to add value to buildings.
Research confirms that the best energy solution is to stop wasting it in buildings and nothing comes close to the net income (not cost) of improved building insulation.
"More than half of all Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions in Vancouver come from building operations, so the City has set a target that all new construction will be GHG neutral by 2030." Mayor Gregor Robertson, City of Vancouver