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InSoFast InSerts

Since releasing our Side Wall InSerts last year we’ve seen customers from all over the country use them to insulate their shipping containers. This month InSoFast introduces two new variations of our InSerts: InSoFast InSerts for End Walls and Ceiling applications. These new InSerts are custom designed to fit the varying depths of the container’s

A DIY Shipping Container Home

Back in 2014 we discussed the debt free sustainable lifestyle associated with The Tiny House Movement and Shipping Container Architecture. Throughout the past several years the movement seems to have moved along even further. HGTV has released several “Tiny House” shows and our Container Home customer base has grown from tiny to not so tiny.

InSoFast PLUS: Adding Extra Insulation

It’s easy to increase your R-Value beyond R-10 code minimums while maintaining the engineered benefits of continuous InSoFast panels. Simply layer rigid foam insulation board over top of InSoFast panels, a technique we’ve dubbed InSoFast PLUS. This saves money by utilizing locally obtained rigid foam to enhance the R-Value. Additionally, PLUS projects can be completed

A Basement Cost Comparison

How does InSoFast measure up when it comes to cost and labor? This page shows three typical basement remodeling situations and draws a comparison between the “Big Box” method and the InSoFast method for handling those situations. 440 sq-ft 840 sq-ft 1,640 sq-ft We check out factors like the cost, weight, and delivery of materials

What Lies Beneath: A Basement Transformation

When Carla sent us project photos from her recently completed basement project, it was initially difficult to even process the transformation. The walls went from rough to incredibly sleek. Her pre-InSoFast basement certainly brought back a few specific youthful memories. Did you ever fearfully tip toe down your childhood home’s creaky basement steps to the

Interview: An InSoFast Passive House

Although code minimums vary from state to state, InSoFast EX 2.5‘s R-10 capabilities fit the bill in terms of meeting the energy codes for most projects. We’ve also made our panels adaptable with the InSoFast PLUS option, just in case you’re determined to go above and beyond the minimums. That is exactly what a recent

4 Reasons to Choose EX For Your Basement Project

Many installers choose our UX 2.0 panel for their basement projects. It’s a perfect product for the application and it has all the right features in just the right amounts: R-8.5 continuous insulation, rot-resistant framing, drainage channels, electrical raceways and a simple, stackable interlocking design. The UX panels are designed to be the most cost-effective

10 Videos To Watch Before Installing InSoFast

When we founded our company back in 2006, one of our core goals was to make insulation simple. Soon after the launch we started our Youtube channel with informative videos about our product specifications and installation tips. Chances are if you have an InSoFast question, you can find a detailed video on our channel that

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