Prodex Total Works Great In Hot And Cold Climates!
Prodex Total - The One Solution to Heat, Cold, Condensation and Airflow.
My wife and I bought an old commercial building to rehab about 8 years ago. Virtually all of the first floor and 1/3 of the top floor were gutted to the stick structure. We know energy would continue to become more expensive and that insulation was going to be one of our best investments.
We had not heard of Prodex but in researching products it seemed one of the best products for the money. We bought and installed it, we are glad we did. We looked into spray foam but could not afford the cost. The Prodex with the fiberglass in the walls seems to be working as well as foam would have.
One of the benefits we appreciate more than we thought we would is the sound deadening qualities. We live on Main Street yet the noise levels are lower than when we lived in the country.
We have a nephew in construction who was very skeptical about the product until we had been living here for a while. He was amazed at the heat retention in winter and conversely, the heat repulsion in summer. Two small window air conditioners cool the whole two bedroom apartment we live in. He has installed it on his new home.
We are grateful to have found your product, Prodex must be one of the best values for the dollar today.
Tom and Karen JonesOctober 16th, 2014
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