It is 1/2" thick, made of "rigid polyiso foam board" with a "triplex facer
(foil-kraft-foil) on the topside and a foil facer on the back side"...
check it out and let me know what you think:
this is interesting because I just did this to a 110 yr house , and
there are alot of things for you to consider, Do you want to put it on
the outside of your house and put siding over it, I removed my cedar
shakes put up 2" celotex foam board with r 14,4 , then 5/8 ' oxb then
shakes, one thing r3 is not much for all that work, It looks like
celotex made it, tell me what you want to do , acheive, and your
I want to put vinyl over top of the Energy Shield. My climate is brutal
(Saskatchewan, Canada - winter for 5-7 months, summers can be quite warm -
this week has us at 30++ Degree Celsius, 86++ Fahrenheit, ). What I want
to achieve? I guess I want to improve the insulation a bit on the house...
did you check out the link I had on my last post?
Cory , Brutal doesnt mean shit, in 82 in chgo for 1 mo never got above
0....always goes to -15, -20,,,, where U B , what U wanta get , r 3
aint shit...........r30 wall is ,,,,,, r35 attic aint shit got r 110
attic......here in mild USA ,...give me more info,,,,,,
Temperature high here in Saskatchewan, +40 degrees Celsius, low -40 Celsius
square footage of house: 850 (bungalo)
We already have fiberglass pink insulation in the walls, I just wanted to
improve insulation a bit....
PS - I'd call you but I don't want to pay for long distance phone charges...
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