Rigid foam board insulation is often used in new construction units. Foam board is also sometimes used to insulate unfinished foundational walls.
This form of insulation is relatively cheap, and the installation process is clean and relatively easy. But its usefulness is limited in that it can only be installed in the more open areas of the house such as the ceiling and walls. This leaves crawl spaces and cavities not conducive to foam board.
Foam boards do not effectively cover and fill all cracks and crevices like spray foam might, however its rigidity can add to the structural integrity of your wells.
Our experts at Sugar Land Insulation will measure every section of your attic and walls to determine a game plan that will best fit your needs and your budget.