Foamax Basement Wall Insulation & Finishing Panels
Superior foam insulation solution for a dry basement
Insulating your basement walls with Foamax provides comfort and energy bill savings, while making your walls look clean and bright. Foamax is an advanced foam insulation panel that reduces condensation for exceptional moisture protection.
If you’re interested in learning more about installing Foamax on your basement walls, contact Dry Basements Plus today for your free estimate in Wixom, Novi, Brighton or nearby.
Advantages of Foamax basement wall panels
Foamax is a polyisocyanurate foam insulation panel with a white foil finish on the front and foil vapor barrier on the back. The wall insulation panel offers multiple benefits and high-performance features:
- High insulation value
- Pays for itself – great investment
- Makes your basement much warmer
- Brightens your basement
- Can be left exposed – doesn’t need to be finished
- Wall leaks are drained to a perimeter drainage system below – learn more about our WaterGuard drainage system
If you’re planning on turning your basement into a finished space, we recommend covering Foamax with one of our durable finished basement wall solutions.
Why insulate your basement walls?
If you’re considering finishing or remodeling your basement, it’s important that you first solve humidity or dampness problems. Finishing your basement without dealing with these issues can leave you with mold and mildew problems and expensive rot and structural damage. Even if you aren’t finishing your basement, this is a problem that should be addressed since it can turn into a much more costly problem down the road.
How does insulation solve a basement condensation problem?
Basement condensation is a common problem that’s caused when warm, moist air comes in contact with the cool surface of the walls. As the walls cool the air, water droplets form on the walls, giving you a damp basement.
The source of your damp basement problem could be a water leak or moisture coming through the concrete foundation. Water can also come from a leaking pipe, toilet, sink or shower. High humidity from cooking, showering and drying clothes can also make your basement damp.
Insulating the basement walls prevents the moist air from coming in contact with the cool walls, stopping condensation from forming in the summer. Basement wall insulation also helps keep the heat you paid for from escaping to the outdoors in the winter.
Get a free estimate
To schedule your free in-home consultation and estimate in Michigan, call Dry Basements Plus at 1-844-225-4248 today! We will discuss all of our waterproof, insulated basement wall panel options to help you choose the best solution for your home.