Star Guard Crawl Space Wall Insulation System Near Springdale, Fort Smith, Fayetteville and Bentonville
A superior solution for sealing and insulating your home's crawl space
Do you have crawl space humidity? Star Guard Crawl Space Wall Insulation is a great way to seal off your walls while also saving money on your energy bills!
Star Guard combines highly effective insulation with a built-in radiant heat barrier surface. This gives your crawl space walls an unbroken plane of R-10 insulation.
The waterproof polystyrene insulation that makes up Star Guard will hold back moisture from your crawl space walls and direct flooding water down to your drainage and sump pump system.
Star Guard is bug resistant and comes with a 25 year warranty!
For a free quote on sealing and insulating your crawl space, contact us today! We serve Springdale, Fort Smith, Fayetteville, Bentonville, and many nearby areas in Arkansas.
Quality insulating for crawl spaces
Star Guard is a 2 inch thick styrofoam board insulation with a foil face that is made in the USA. Combined with its silver radiant heat barrier on the visible surface, it provides an insulation rating that can exceed R-10 on your crawl space walls. This insulation can be customized for special projects or local code requirements, making it a versatile, effective solution.
If you're interested in keeping your crawl space dry to help prevent mold, rot, and musty odors, this is the product for you! Star Guard also creates a vapor barrier on your crawl space walls that keeps moisture from making its way into your crawl space, where that moisture would help mold, rot, and mildew grow.
Star Guard is part of a crawl space repair system that includes our Vapor Barrier. We also have several crawl space waterproofing products such as our Pit Boss Sump Pump system to control flooding, our QuikFlo Drainage System, the only drainage system made specifically for crawl spaces, and our durable Simple Drain drainage matting.
- Brings Crawl Space Up To Current National Energy Code
- Radiant Heat Barrier On Visible Side
- Closed-Cell Insulation Will Not Soak Up Moisture Like Other Options
- Economical Insulation Option For Crawl Space Environment
What NOT to do
Far too often, we see crawl spaces vented, with fiberglass insulation on the ceiling.
Crawl space vents bring humid air into a home during the summertime, where it's cooled in the crawl space.
As this air cools, the relative humidity of the air rises, and the excess moisture is left on surfaces in the crawl space in the form of condensation.
Some of this moisture ends up on the fiberglass insulation in your crawl space. Wet or damp fiberglass insulation does not insulate as well as dry insulation, and the added weight will pull it from the ceiling, leaving it in messy, useless piles on the floor.
Wet insulation can actually become a food source for mold and rot which will also grow on any other organic material in your crawl space, including your wood framing.
Additionally, while you're insulating your floor, you probably have utilities in your crawl space, such as your water heater, furnace, heating ducts, and hot water pipes. If you allow the cold winter air into your home through crawl space vents, these heat-generating utilities will be forced to work much harder.
In short, crawl space vents and fiberglass insulation simply do not work!