Does EPS meet building regulatory requirements?

EPS styFrene – does it meet building regulatory requirements?

If you’re building from scratch or adding an extension to your existing home, this is for you!

The new National Building Regulations (NBR) requires
– All new buildings and extensions to have thermal insulation installed.
– Roof covering materials (i.e. tiles or metal sheeting, ceilings and added insulation) to meet a minimum total thermal resistance.

No compliance – no occupancy certificate. So make sure you do it right!

The EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) Solution

EPS styFRENE™ meets all the regulatory requirements. It is effective and compatible with cement, concrete, brick, masonry, mortars, plaster and bitumen-based damp-proof membranes.

Versatile home building applications:

  • Mouldings for exterior facias, door and window surrounds
  • Under-roof tile insulation
  • Ceiling insulation
  • Decorative cornices
  • EPS plaster
  • Wall cappings
  • Decorative columns
  • Wall system
  • Thermal under-floor system

Unbeatable advantages:

  • Energy-saving & economical
  • Moisture resistant
  • Lightweight & easy workability
  • Rot-proof & durable
  • Sound insulation
  • Safe & non-toxic
  • Recyclable & disposable
  • Versatile applications
  • Fire retardant
  • Long-lasting
  • Environment-friendly low carbon footprint