In December 2003, we moved into a new 3636 sq
ft., three level home at 350 Skyline Drive in
North Little Rock, AR. The house was insulated
with a soy-based foam, which my research had found
to be the best insulation on the market. In the
summer of 2005, we were not able to cool the house,
despite of having a 5 ton, 4 zoned, hi-efficiency
After cutting holes in the walls and ceilings,
we discovered that the foam had not properly expanded (see photos below).
It was crusty, crumbly, and looked as though it
had worm holes all through it. In the winter,
the heat escaped straight through the walls. In
the summer, the outside heat came inside. We discovered
that the problem was an uneven and poor installation,
along with an improper air mixture. The house
is totally finished and it cannot be cooled. What
would you do?
Thanks to Royce Lewis and Karen Walker, local
HVAC contractors and resident experts in energy, I was directed
to a product that totally solved my problem…Super Therm®.
After applying this ceramic coating to the exterior walls
of my home, my problem was completely solved! Throughout the
very, very hot summer of 2006, we experienced no problem cooling
our home, even on the hottest of days.
As a result of our incredibly positive experience with Super
Therm®, we started Energy Roofs and Walls, LLC and became
the Arkansas distributor for Superior
Let us show you how to make your home or building not only
more comfortable to live in, but also reduce your energy bills
If heat loss or gain is a problem in your home or business,
call Energy Roofs & Walls, LLC today!