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Polystyrene Underfloor Insulation: Expol™ by Foamex

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With numerous polystyrene underfloor insulation materials out in the market today, choosing the right product might seem to be a daunting task. Insulation is one of the most cost-effective ways to save on energy bills. Knowing the product and how insulation works not only guarantees a return of investment, but it also contributes to achieving a sustainable built environment.

Foamex Innovative Polystyrene is one of the national industry leaders, focusing on the various methods of innovating both expanded and extruded polystyrene, for today's building and construction industry. Since 1982, Foamex has supplied a versatile catalogue of polystyrene products across the Australian market, enabling them to build a formidable working relationship with major industry specifiers.

Expol™ polystyrene underfloor insulation is one of the most in-demand products from Foamex's wide range of insulating materials. Foamex positions Expol™ to be the product of choice for residential and commercial applications, as it prevents heat to enter from the outside environment during summer, while preserving convective heat in winter.

Through polystyrene underfloor insulation, consumers can cut down on energy costs of up to 12%, while enjoying a warm and comfortable indoor environment. Expol™ is ideal to use in retrofitting existing structures, and for new installations.

An In-Depth Look on Expol™ Polystyrene Underfloor Insulation

Each polystyrene panel is cut concertina-style on both sides to facilitate compression of up to 20mm for fast and easy installation between the floor joists. It measures 1.2m long and 60mm thick. Expol™ is available in four regular widths (360mm, 410mm, 470mm and 560mm) to ensure a proper fit in most standard beams.



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