Metal roofing is a popular choice for many commercial or non-commercial roofers, but without the proper insulation, it can be
The Poly Molding blog is where articles and posts relating to construction, architecture, and the arts are regularly posted… information about interesting uses of expanded polystyrene materials. If you have an interesting project involving our Geofoam and/or EPS products, we would love to hear about it. Just email us some information and a few photo’s and we’ll not only post and give you editorial credit but a link to your website as well.
Geofoam, a lightweight, durable, and efficient material, is an excellent option to reduce project timelines and ease the site preparation
Since the 1930s, EPS Geofoam has been in commercial usage. The discovery of EPS, which is 30 times lighter than in-expanded polystyrene, gave rise to a slew of new applications, including several applications in the construction sector.
Geofoam is garnering widespread praise for its stability, reliability and longevity in the context of construction. Geofoam is now considered to be one of the top materials used for the construction and support of piers and other water-based structures.
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As the world gravitates towards more sustainable practices, geofoam is the emerging star in the construction industry. Read on to discover the ways in which geofoam is saving the earth.
Time is money, so it’s important to ensure that the construction process goes as smoothly as possible. Read on to find out how EPS geofoam saves time and accelerates construction projects.
Drive along highways, and you’ll sometimes notice slopes or inclined grounds. Slopes play a significant role in
Green construction projects are booming, with an increased demand for buildings and structures that are environmentally responsible and utilizes resources