There may be an energy leak in your home that is costing you money every day! Heat bypasses the pink insulation in your wall cavity and transfers through the wooden studs, allowing energy to leak through your walls. This process is called thermal bridging.
Nearly 25% of your home’s wall is made up of these studs that typically are not insulated, so it’s like having
one wall of your home with no insulation.
The best time to add insulation to the walls of your home is when new siding is installed. In fact, the U.S. Department of Energy says “When new siding is installed, it is a good idea to consider adding thermal insulation under new siding.”*
Neopor Thermal Insulation contains high-purity graphite particles which reflect radiant heat, significantly improving insulation capacity compared to traditional EPS insulation. Neopor wraps your home in an energy saving blanket of insulation, keeping heat inside in the winter and outside in the summer.
Neopor Thermal Insulation fills the gap behind vinyl siding for improved durability & appearance
While vinyl siding offers many options to make your home more beautiful, adding contoured Neopor® thermal insulation to the siding panel provides additional value and options that were never possible with traditional vinyl:
Streamline Enterprises makes choosing your siding easy. Sit down with one of their trained and knowledgeable staff members to discuss your siding options. They have the tools to help you visualize the perfect style of siding for your home. They will help you with the entire process from start to finish. They will even make installation easy too. Contact Streamline Enterprises for more information!