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Why RMAX to insulate your floor?

Homeowners are increasingly becoming more aware about their insulation choices. With a rising volume of online reviews and social media conversations talking about different brands in the insulation niche, the age of substandard, dubious insulation products is almost over. This increased alertness among consumers also means that good, trustworthy brands with an enviable track get immediately highlighted. RMAX is one such insulation brand—consistently gaining from opinionated, well-informed, happy customers. Its market reputation is constantly rising in terms of enviable insulation performance that helps to reduce the energy bills, at very reasonable prices.

Get Familiar with RMAX Features and Benefits:

It is necessary to understand what RMAX offers rather than merely believing our word for it. For starters, you need to understand that there are different insulation criterion for slabs, walls, floors, and ceilings. These are often available in a readymade, ready-to-fix format.

RMAX offers such hassle-free insulation solutions and the more comprehensive, personalized options too. The idea is to address each consumer demand by providing the perfect insulation solution. Some salient features of this brand that you should know:

•    RMAX insulation carry high R values—enables less EPS in comparison to other insulating materials.
•    RMAX offers very impressive lifetime insulation attributes.
•    RMAX products can be completely recycled—the brand oversees its own recycling facilities! This means eco-friendly insulation.
•    RMAX materials have the highest resistance and the capability to withstand damaging effects of moisture.
•    RMAX insulation solutions are lightweight but with extraordinarily high strength-to-weight ratio.
•    RMAX uses organic materials that do not decompose—keeps away the rodents, termites, and ants.
•    RMAX is versatile—the best combination of strength, insulation, and ease of application.

RMAX Helps You Steer Clear of Floor Insulation Issues

Rmax insulation helps you overcome typical floor insulation issues that cause substantial loss of heat and might lead to expensive repairs. This includes buckling, crowning, and cupping. Some insulation materials lead to the formation of washboards—uneven surfaces across the width of the flooring material. Here, the edges seem higher and the center tends to sink.

A floor insulation material without the required degree of structural strength often leads to ballooning of the floor. This is also called Buckling—an issue you will not face with RMAX insulation. This also helps to prevent squeaky or noisy floors. A good insulation option like RMAX helps to neutralize issues like moisture seeping in that is often the result of internal condensation.

Concluding Thoughts—Buy With Confidence

RMAX is an affordable insulation solution. It provides an easier way to insulate domestic and commercial properties, even timber-framed homes. It is built from expanded polystyrene and contributes to the overall durability of frames and walls. You also get the assurance of buying from a brand that is popular across the nation.

With millions of homeowners already using RMAX insulation, you can take a sigh of relief, knowing that this is a risk-free option that will last for years. There are no maintenance issues. Though affected by the age & condition of your walls and the climatic conditions, RMAX insulation solutions can easily outlast other options in the marketplace today.

6 thoughts on “Why RMAX to insulate your floor?”

  • Robert Fogg

    Re: RMax 2in x 4ft x 8ft Polyiso Rigid Foam Insulation Board Thermasheath 3 (24 Sheets)

    Hello,
    Can I use this product under a concrete slab in a garage? If so, I would need approx 10 bundles (need 230 sheets). What would be the shipping charge to Maine (04055)?

    Reply
    • Johnpaul

      Hi Robert,

      Yes this product can be used under a concrete slab. We will look into the shipping cost to Maine for you and email you directly with the cost.

      Regards
      Insulation4US

      Reply
  • Wayne

    I have a cement slab floor cottage with flooring atop 2x6 existing frame. What is best way to insulate between floor joists and what are moisture barrier requirements and product reccomendations?

    Reply
    • Johnpaul

      Hi Wayne,

      What I would do would be install Rmax insulation between the joists by cutting the sheets with a utility knife or saw to fit between the joists. Try get a nice tight fit at the sides and joints to ensure as little air leakage as possible caused by gaps. If possible you should install an Insulation Fabric on the underside of the joists to prevent the insulation from falling down but to also control the airflow coming from the underside of the space between the floor and the joists. This fabric will also prevent unnecessary gust of air through any imperfections between the insulation and joists.

      The thickness of Rmax Thermasheath-3 that you use is up you. Obviously the thicker you go with the better the insulation r-value.

      Reply
  • Gene Gantz

    we have a room 12'X28' with a shallow crawl space (8"). The floor is very cold in the winter.I'm thinking about putting 2 inch thick insulation on top of current floor and overlaying it with 1/2" or 3/4" plywood to protect the insulation. I live near Harrisburg, PA. Your thoughts and suggestions will be appreciated. Gene

    Would the above keep the floor warm in the winter? Do you have a better idea? Thank you and please advise.

    Reply
    • Johnpaul

      Hi Gene,

      Typically, this type of insulation is not designed for that type of application. However, I do think it would work but you would need to be careful on point loading the floor in areas. This insulation is designed to have an even distribution of weight across its entirety and just laying plywood over it may cause issues over time. I would suggest that if you want to do that to fix 2x2 timber battens to the floor at 16" centres and then cut your insulation to fit in between the battens then lay your plywood on top of the battens and screw down.

      This to me would be the best alternative. I hope this helps.

      Reply
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