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Customer Reviews for Owens Corning FOAMULAR 150 2 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. R-10 Scored Squared Edge Rigid Foam Board Insulation Sheathing

Internet #100320352

Model #45W

Store SKU #409926

  • Saves energy and resists moisture with limited lifetime warranty
  • Scored edge easily snaps into smaller boards for best fit
  • Strong, lightweight pink foam panels don't require special tools

Customer Reviews

  • 4.8
    out of 176 reviews
  • 100% recommend this product
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I have used this insulation on several projects
This 2 inch foam insulation has been used on several projects in the last 10 years. Last year I built a 6 ft by 9 ft temporary RV to use on a job, now I use it as a storage shed. This year I am building a 5 ft by 12 ft trailer and I'm using it again because it worded so well. Sadly the price has increased by about 33% from $32 to around $39 but still worth it to me.
by TexasBob
1 person found this helpful
I've used this product for several applications. In this case I have a room under our front porc...
I've used this product for several applications. In this case I have a room under our front porch, which is mostly underground; I want to turn it into a wine cellar. Doing this will help control the temperature enough to store wire, I hope. It won't be anything fancy, but I figured using this rigid insulation will not take up as much space & I don't need to build any kind of stud wall to install it. I am gluing it to the walls with a construction adhesive specifically for foam insulation. It does need to be clamped in place in order to the glue to hold the foam as I intended. To cut the product I simply score it with a utility knife on both sides & snap it like dry wall. I routed out a channel for wiring, which worked well.
by MarkFred
1 person found this helpful
Very easy to install ... durable (walked on it after and my 270 husband did not dent it).
Very easy to install ... durable (walked on it after and my 270 husband did not dent it).
by RandGFarms
1 person found this helpful
Nice to work with. Seems to cut cleaner with a utility knife than the Dow Styrofoam. It also seem...
Nice to work with. Seems to cut cleaner with a utility knife than the Dow Styrofoam. It also seems to a little denser and less prone to damage.
by Jeff
1 person found this helpful
Excellent product that's easy to work with.
Excellent product that's easy to work with.
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
We installed Foamular 150 2 inches 4x8 ft into our house's attic. It seems that the space covered...
We installed Foamular 150 2 inches 4x8 ft into our house's attic. It seems that the space covered be immediately warmer and look better. Attached is the photo of our action using the product. ZH13
by ZH13
After researching the net for insulation not only for a crawl space and a basement I felt this wo...
After researching the net for insulation not only for a crawl space and a basement I felt this would be the best product for the application. This was easy cutting this Formular 150 R-10 2" insulation in any dimension via a Olfa knife, circular saw and or a table saw. I completed most of my cuts prior to installation and installation was much easier and time efficient. I have already completed the installation 11/23/18 on the crawl space (encapsulated the crawl) and have already observed a savings in heating costs by 18% and the floors are much warmer by 8 degrees. I no longer smell the dank crawl space and the interior environment of the house has improved 100%. I am not encapsulating the basement; however, I will use this on all of the walls and fascia boards to effectively do the same as the crawl. I have calculated the return on investment at approximately 18 to 24 months. I would highly recommend this product and it definitely met my expectations.
by RonL
2 people found this helpful
Easy to work with.
Easy to work with.
by Rv
I am re-insulating my attic by adding R-30 un-faced rolls perpendicular to the ceiling joists. I ...
I am re-insulating my attic by adding R-30 un-faced rolls perpendicular to the ceiling joists. I used the 2" foam to build an attic stairway insulated cover. I built a frame with hinges to attach it too - if I ever build another one, I may just glue the foam together w/o the frame to see if it will work by itself.
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I'm so happy to see thicker versions of this product at my Home Depot! I use this stuff to air s...
I'm so happy to see thicker versions of this product at my Home Depot! I use this stuff to air seal walls and ceiling spots. Cut to size and then seal in w/ my Great Stuff PRO gun. On brick walls I fill the void between brick and studs with ROXUL safe n sound and then seal the stud void w/ foam. This gives me a fire block, fills the void eliminating a home for bugs/critters, makes wall air/water tight. Also if you expose studs go ahead and treat them w/ borate to kill any termites that try to nibble on your framing..just paint the bottom 2-3ft w/ it. This 2 inch variant of the Foamular translates to less cutting for me. It takes 3 inches to fill a 2x4 stud wall, I wish they sold the 3" thickness then I'd only have to cut one time. This does does dull utility knives quickly just a heads up buy an extra pack of blades. Attached picture shows this product along with the other foam that has a radiant barrier. I use 2 layers of foamular along w/ the radiant barrier version in most areas.
by KungfuMonkey
6 people found this helpful
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