See why ROXUL Insulation is the superior choice for your next home insulation project! It's so easy to install! With its dense structure, you can make straight, clean cuts to fit around piping, drain pipes, electrical boxes and non-standard stud spacing for optimal thermal performance.
For sound control between the floors of your home, include insulating the ceiling as part of your renovation plans. Properly insulating your ceilings with ROXUL SAFE'n'SOUND® will reduce the sound transmission of footsteps, voices and other sounds.
When insulating around pot lights, keep in mind that this type of lighting generally falls into two categories: IC-rated and non-IC-rated. IC-rated refers to "insulation contact" and means the insulation can be in direct contact with the light's hot metal housing. Most IC-rated housings can take a maximum 75-watt bulb.
With life getting louder around the home - more televisions, computers, video games, cell phones - soundproofing is becoming a must-have requirement. ROXUL SAFE'n'SOUND® semi-rigid batts can be easily installed in all interior walls to more effectively reduce airflow and reduce sound transmission. Adding SAFE'n'SOUND® insulation to your interior walls and ceiling can also improve the resell value of your home.
If you want to increase your home comfort and save energy all year round, start by reducing heat loss through your attic, which is probably the most cost-effective place to add insulation.
Insulating the basement header is an often forgotten part of a home renovation project. A header refers to the typical 8-inch gap between the top of the basement's concrete wall and floor above. When left exposed, the header space can cause drafts and make your furnace work harder.
To reduce overall heating and cooling costs, insulate your interior basement foundation walls by installing a combination of two ROXUL insulation products: ROXUL COMFORTBOARD™ 80 and ROXUL COMFORTBATT® (thermal insulation).