If you have ever been involved in a renovation project, chances are you had to consider the “R-Value” of certain building materials. But what does that number mean and why is it so important, especially on insulation products?
Simply put, the R-Value is a way to measure how insulating a material is, which affects its efficiency against temperature variations. A higher value means better insulation. This is especially important on vital elements such as house siding and roofing.
Vinyl and aluminium siding have different R-Values, depending on the material’s thickness. Usually a higher R-Value comes at a higher initial cost, but might save you money on the long-term since your house will become more insulated and energy efficient.
Make sure you consult with our specialists before deciding which materials
are the best fit for your needs and budget.