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House Insulation Keeping Home Warn, Cool and Dry

The Best House Insulation Protects From Cold, Heat, Moisture and Air. 

Cold wet winters, hot summers and strong winds characterize the typical conditions a house insulation must address. 

Insulation that loses R-value due to moisture, allows air passage, neither prevents condensation nor repels the summer heat should NOT be the insulation you select for your home.

Traditional insulation types such as fiberglass and cellulose lose R-value when exposed to humidity - There is always humidity in a house. They do not prevent radiant heat gain. They also do not prevent air passage.

You need an insulation to perform when you need it most - During a cold wet winters, hot summers and moist windy conditions. 

Prodex Total = Insulation + Radiant Barrier Vapor Barrier + Air Barrier

All in One Product!

Insulation Performance In House

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Prodex Total Reflective Insulation reduces the transfer of heat across air space by the use of two surfaces having high thermal reflectance and low emittance. This thermal insulation uses closed cell foam, two reinforced foil surfaces and trapped airspaces to form an efficient insulation system. It is used as a stand-alone and supplement insulation.

 The R-value of reflective insulation and mass insulation is based on the same fundamental equation (The ability to stop heat transfer). Reflective Insulation: Fact vs. Fiction

Prodex Difference Vs. Mass Insulation In House

  • R-value is unaffected by humidity
  • Prevents 97% of radiant heat transfer
  • Vapor barrier
  • Prevents condensation
  • Prevents air seepage
  • Does not promote mold or mildew
  • Does not provide for nesting of rodents, bugs or birds
  • Seals around nails (no leak)
  • Made with 100% recyclable virgin raw materials.

How To Insulate A House

Below is a link to the install instructions and the house applications for insulation:

Under concrete, wall, roof, attic, duct, crawlspace, house-wrap, garage, ceiling, basement, more...

Heat, Cold and Condensation in House

Houses require and insulation system that solves the cold, heat and condensation demands. Any home that uses fiberglass rather than Prodex Total will incur condensation and loss of R-value as a consequence of moisture in the fibers. The building will also get hot on sunny days from radiant heat transfer.

Condensation - It can seem like a tropical rain forest inside an unprotected home. It's worse on those days where there is a greater contrast between temperatures at night vs. day. A temperature difference between outside and inside your home will create condensation - Similar to what happens when you leave a cold can of beer outside on a hot day.  

  • Heat - Mid-summer sun rays hitting the roof of a house radiates the heat inside (especially metal roofs). It makes it unbearably hot and humid inside. 
  • Cold - Winter temperatures on the exterior sheathing turns it cold. The cold sheathing sometimes creates the effect of an ice box making colder inside the house than out. 

Why Do I have Ice Dams Inside My Roof?

Temperature differences between inside and outside your home can create condensation. The condensation that forms under roofing can make it seem like it's raining inside in the summer of frosting in the winter.

Prodex eliminates the moisture (condensation) from forming on the sheathing. It does this by making the temperature of the inside of the sheathing approximately the same as the outside. When the heat or cold from outside comes through the sheathing it hits the outside reinforce foil of Prodex and is reflected back upwards through the underside of the sheathing. This process keeps the sheathing temperature consistent on both sides. In addition, the inside layer of reinforced foil in Prodex reflects away the heat (heater) or cold (air-conditioning) from inside the house from getting to the sheathing. This also helps in preventing condensation. 

 R-value In A Lab

You need an insulation that doesn't lose its thermal protection when you need it most - In the humidity of a winter. Fiberglass and cellulose R-value tests are done with the parameters of no humidity and no air. Maybe that exists somewhere in the universe, but not in your house.

The Prodex R-value is not affected by humidity. Other insulations such as fiberglass lose R-value once damp - And it will get damp due to normal humidity levels. Once fiberglass insulation gets damp, it will stay damp. Not only will you have trapped moisture in the blanket causing rot, oxidation, mold etc., the damp blanket will provide less and less R value as the moisture builds. Couple this with the fact that fiberglass insulation does not prevent radiant heat transfer (primary source of heat flow) and you can see why fiberglass insulation is not the recommended as a stand-alone insulation for house.  

It's Hotter Inside My House Than Outside

Ever wonder why it's so hot and humid upstairs in your house in the summer? Roof materials exaggerate the heat of the summer and frigid temperatures of the winter. Metal is a very good conductor of heat and cold. In hot weather, metal sheeting rapidly radiates the sun's heat into a house. In cold weather it rapidly releases the heat out of your house. 

Prodex reflects 97% of the radiant energy (primary source of heat flow) that strikes it. Prodex also reflects back the heat inside your home. Each unit of radiant heat energy that is reflected away from your home in the summer, and each unit that is reflected back during the winter, means less operation of your heating and air conditioning system - Less wear and tear on your equipment - Less money you pay in utility costs.

Confidence In Prodex Insulation For Home 

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  3. Prodex Insulation Reviews on every product page
  4. ICC-ES Recognized - ICC-ES is an evaluation service that takes independent test data for a variety of products and analyses it against a uniform Acceptance Criteria that is recognized internationally.
  5. Over 4 billion square feet sold worldwide.

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Mobile Home Insulation 

The only major difference between a mobile home and a standard home as it relates to insulation is space. You do not have the luxury of space to apply massive insulation. A (0.2 inch, 5mm) or (0.4 inch, 10mm) thick Prodex roll is a perfect match for your house walls.

Comparing Prodex Total Insulation to Rigid Insulation Board, Spray Foam, Fiberglass and Cellulose

chart compares Prodex Insulation to rigid insulation board, fiberglass, cellulose, spray foam...

Spray Foam Insulation Won't Stop Radiant Heat Transfer

In addition to being very expensive, spray foam insulation won't prevent radiant heat transfer (the primary source of heat-flow in and out of your metal building, pole barn or house). Without a radiant barrier, when your roof gets hot it radiates solar-generated heat down. This often results in it being hotter in your building or house than out. It's also suggested you supplement open cell foam with a vapor barrier. Why not get the vapor barrier all in one product? 

Rigid Insulation Board is Too Rigid for Basement Walls!

Rigid foam insulation board is rigid. Because it is inflexible, it does a poor job filling the gaps or cracks that may exist in your walls. As a result, you'll have air passage ways in and out of your home.  Air traveling in an out will bring moisture with it. This can lead to a multitude of problems such as mold, mildew and rot. It also doesn't prevent radiant heat transfer.

More benefits of Prodex Total Insulation

Protect Content From Vapor

Prodex is a class 1 vapor barrier. A vapor barrier (moisture barrier) refers to any material that prevents moisture from passing through the walls or roof of a building. (Vapor Barrier, Class 1. perm<0.1 ).

Prevents Rodents, Bugs and Birds from Nesting

Unlike fiberglass insulation, Prodex does not provide for the nesting of rodents, bugs and birds. Rodents, bugs and birds aren't able to digest the reinforced foil.

Installing House Insulation

It's a lot easier and less expensive to install a roll of Prodex than a bulky 6 inch roll of fiberglass. Installing House Insulation

Prodex Total Deadens Sound of Rain and Hail

Roof materials can exaggerate the sound of rain and hail. Prodex has excellent sound deadening. 

How do I know this is a great product?

BBB and independent Reviews at Site Jabber (links on bottom right of every page). 

To meet the unique insulation requirements of varied weather conditions you need a total insulation system -  Prodex Total Insulation = Insulation + Radiant barrier + Vapor barrier + Air barrier.

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Prodex Total 5m PlusR 175mm (0.2") closed cell polyethylene foam covered on both sides with reinforced reflective foil.prodex insulation cross section


Prodex Total 10M New Tag

Prodex Total 10M Plus: R22. Twice as thick as regular Prodex Total. 10mm (0.4") closed cell polyethylene foam covered on both sides with reinforced reflective foil.


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White Prodex Total 5M PlusR15.3. 5mm (0.2") closed cell polyethylene foam with reflective reinforced foil on one side and plastic white finish film on the other side.


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Rustic Prodex Total 5M R15  5mm (0.2") closed cell polyethylene foam with aluminum foil on one side and wood finish facer on the other side.

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House Insulation Prices

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Updated June 25, 2019

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