Renovating with Benchmark EPS Foam Insulation
Benchmark Foam Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) an ideal choice with added cost savings
When old or abandoned buildings are slated to be renovated, often times the building needs work to be considered “up to code.” Expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam insulation is commonly used in retrofitting or refurbishing many types of buildings, even when thermal resistance may not be required.
Benchmark Foam EPS has been part of several renovation projects, including roof decks that needed to be “filled” to turn a flat roof into a sloped roof, to promote proper drainage. One obstruction in roof decks that is easily handled with EPS is HVAC units and other structures. Unlike alternatives, EPS can be easily cut and shaped to account for the various roadblocks in an otherwise open area.
PreFirred EPS from Benchmark Foam has been used to finish basement walls and remodeling projects where the interior or exterior building walls need a facelift with the added bonus of insulating power. PreFirred EPS comes in standard 4’ x 8’ foam sheets with built-in firring strips, but can be ordered in custom sizes and thicknesses, making it an ideal solution.
When planning your renovation projects, contact the Benchmark Foam team at 800-658-3444, 605-886-8084 or email@example.com to learn about products that offer energy efficiency and cost savings. All our products are backed with an On-Time Delivery Guarantee to keep your project on schedule.