R-50 Systems: Building Envelope Solutions
Positively Impact Retrofitting of Existing Structures and New Construction.
Amidst soaring energy and roof replacement costs, along with increased regulation and requirements, there is a perfect opportunity for an innovative roofing insulation solution.
As a leader in thermal technology, R-50 Systems identified this gap and filled it with a superior, high-performing insulation product: Rich-E-Board™.
R-50. Helps Generate Sales for New Buildings and Retrofits.
In a recent article by the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA) not only does code-level insulation good for protecting the environment by reducing energy produced carbon emissions, code-level insulation also helps generate business sales, and build satisfied clients by reducing sustainable operating costs. R-50 Systems helps your business by meeting the latest building energy and efficiency codes, which means tighter and better insulated buildings.
R-50 Systems goes beyond meeting the legal minimum code requirement – R-50 delivers long-term customer value by helping your firm to design and construct beyond code — with minimal extraneous costs and improved construction efficiencies that offers your buildings that are more energy efficient, quieter and healthier, which can give you a competitive advantage.
Did You Know…
If every large hotel in North America used code-level insulation (R-50 in particular), this could
save enough energy each year to heat 15,000 Olympic-size swimming pools for 30 YEARS!
Rich-E-Board™ is the Most Advanced Insulation Technology on the Market Today.
The 1.5” profile, vacuum-sealed, high R-value, compact fiberglass insulation panel meets and exceeds all local/regional, national and federal guidelines while offering superior fireproof, water- and mold-resistant capabilities.
R-50 Systems understood the potential for a drastic reduction in long-term energy costs by improving the thermal performance of the roof/wall building envelope. Beyond simply reducing energy loss, the lightweight low-profile panel also creates additional short-term savings in re-roofing, total replacement, structural retrofitting, construction and shipping costs.
Developing a product that was a 99% recyclable helped to inject sustainability while reducing the environmental footprint and landfill space. Additionally, the water-resistant panel is perfect for insulation needs under green, vegetative roofs.
With both residential and commercial/industrial applications, this U.S.-fabricated panel can be scaled to suit R-value requirements and will fit low slope roof applications without sacrificing higher R-value insulation needs or requirements.