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Foil-faced rigid foam and spray foam can be used to insulate a basement on the interior; use good moisture management techniques to keep the basement dry
Precast concrete basement walls come to the site with integrated rigid foam insulation and steel-faced concrete studs.
Rigid foam insulation is installed along the exterior edge of an existing foundation slab
The basement is constructed with pre-cast concrete walls lined with R-21.3 foil-faced rigid foam while an R-10 layer of XPS rigid foam covers the ground under the slab.
The basement walls are wrapped with 3 inches of XPS rigid foam that will be taped at the seams then covered with a dimpled plastic water barrier.
The basement walls’ interior framing is set in 3 inches from the concrete to allow space for closed-cell foam that is sprayed directly on the concrete, then blown cellulose is added to fill the wall cavity.
The conditioned basement is insulated on the interior with 1 inch of polyiso R-6.3 rigid insulation.
The daylight basement walls are made of concrete walls with integrated rigid foam and steel-faced concrete studs.
The poured concrete basement walls are insulated along the inside with 2.5 inches of extruded polystyrene insulation.
The rim band connecting the insulated precast concrete basement walls to the floor joists above is spray foamed to provide air sealing and insulation in this hard-to-seal juncture.