We provide a range of wall insulation solutions for both internal and external walls delivering thermal, sound and fire protection.
Our insulation solutions for external wall systems cover rainscreens, overcladding, external façades, masonry cavity walls, and wood and metal frame constructions.
We also have a full portfolio for internal and separating wall insulation solutions, which prevent the transfer of noise from room to room, act as a fire barrier and deliver thermal performance.
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The Cogeco Amphitheatre is an award winning new outdoor auditorium located in Trois-Rivières Quebec. The project is the result of an open anonymous architectural competition won by Atelier Paul Laurendeau in 2011 to endow the city with a new public infrastructure to host summer shows and festivals.
Rush University Medical Center is a 14 story hospital that caters to critical care, surgical, diagnostic and therapeutic services for Chicago and surrounding areas. The architect used input from employees and patients to design this state-of- the-art building that has become one of the nations most advanced hospitals.
Located in the heart of the City of Toronto, The Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Condominium is an upscale establishment that lives up to its name. Completed in February 2011, this 53 floor postmodern building epitomizes quality both inside the walls and out.
Winner of a 2013 “Canadian Green Building Technical Achievement Award” and featured in SAB Magazine, The Belmont, originally constructed in 1986, is a 13-storey residential building on the west side of Vancouver.
Absolute World is a skyscraper complex made up of five towers in the Absolute City Centre developed by Fernbrook Homes and Cityzen Development Group in Mississauga, Ontario. Standing at 50 and 56 stories,
The Nova Scotia Power [NSP] Corporate Headquarters occupies a decommissioned generating plant in a prominent location in downtown Halifax, with significant frontage on the public board-walk that lines the western edge of Halifax harbor.
The new Humber River Regional Hospital includes construction of a new facility on a new site in north-western Toronto, one of the most culturally diverse and fastest-growing communities in Canada.
Layering. That is the key to the Scandinavian principle of residential construction. The idea that layering insulation in different stages within the wall assembly eliminates thermal bridging and creates an energy efficient, continuously insulated, air-tight envelope has been part of building practices in Sweden and other parts of Scandinavia for years.
Next Generation Living Homes by Babyfoot Development is a super-insulated home design that incorporates ecofriendly resources; creating a peaceful living space with a considerably decreased environmental footprint.
Doug Tarry Homes, based out of St. Thomas Ontario, is a premium custom home builder with a mandate to build quality homes. They focus not just on the quality of the finishings but on the quality of the construction and its components long after the keys are handed over to the customers.
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ROXUL SAFE’n’SOUND® is designed specifically for sound attenuation. The density and thickness of the product is optimised for acoustical performance. SAFE’n’SOUND® is not branded with an R value as it’s typically used in interior partition walls that do not require an R value. Therefore, SAFE’n’SOUND® would not pass an inspection if used in an exterior wall.
ROXUL COMFORTBATT® is used in exterior walls and so the quality control performed on the product is done to meet the standards required per R value labelling. It is also branded with an R value and so would pass a home inspection so long as the R value as per the building code is met. Like all our products, ROXUL COMFORTBATT® is made out of mineral wool and therefore offers some acoustical performance.
The fastener type used should be appropriate to the substrate [concrete wall, wood stud, etc.] Please refer to the fastener guideline document found on our website.
You can use a construction grade glue/adhesive to temporarily attach the insulation in a situation where the stud wall is being built on top/after the insulation. In this case, the stud wall would hold the insulation in place. We do not recommend permanently attaching the insulation using glue as this may cause the insulation to peel/fall off once the glue dries.
Yes, you can but if inspected, would not pass the inspection as a product with a labelled R value is required.