Insulating Your Basement with Rigid Foam Panels

One way to insulate your basement walls without losing valuable space is INSULPINK® rigid foam panels. In this short video, we’ll show you just how easy it is.

Once installed, cover the panels with an interior finish material, such as drywall, and you’ve transformed your basement into an insulated, energy-efficient living space.

Check out our whole series of projects to see all of the quick and easy energy-saving upgrades you can do yourself.

Still have questions? We’re here to help. Call 1-800-GET-PINK®, or ask at the Home Depot near you.

Insulation Facts

Insulation Facts

Common Belief: Insulating the ceiling will just force more heat to leak out of the windows.

Truth: Adding insulation to one part of a home won't increase the "pressure" on heat losses through other parts. However, poorly insulated areas will continue to be major sources of heat/cooling loss. Reduce heating and cooling costs by ensuring that each area of your home is insulated to the R-values recommended by the U.S. Department of Energy.