Rmax Envelope First Residential Energy Solution seals your home once and for all.

Changes in the residential building code are driving home-builders to rethink their approach to improving Home Energy Rating System (HERS®) performance. Building science shows that improvements in lighting, appliances, mechanical equipment, glazing and air infiltration provide only limited gains at best and often at a high price.

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The fact is, science proves that the most enduring, economical and effective way to control air, rain, vapor and thermal performance is to build a more perfect envelope - an environmental separator that protects the inside from the outside at a fundamental level.

Rmax Envelope First Residential Energy Solution gives you everything you need to create a simpler, more durable and cost-effective building enclosure solution for any home in any climate.

We offer a complete line of wall, roof and foundation solutions.

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As a homeowner, your goal is to keep inside temperatures stable no matter what happens outside. Air, rain, humidity and temperature all come into play. While lighting, appliances, A/C equipment, windows and air infiltration can be maintained and replaced throughout the life of the home, you only have one chance to get the building envelope right.

Invest in a smarter building envelope and save. With an Rmax Envelope First Residential Energy Solution, you get:

  • More airtight home

  • Reduced heat loss

  • Added overall home value

  • No on-going maintenance cost

  • No replacement cost

  • Lower initial A/C mechanical investment

  • Lower utility bills

Want to save money while making your home more comfortable?

The Home Energy Rating System (HERS®) Index is the industry standard by which a home's energy performance is measured and calculated.

Questions? Speak with our Certified RESNET HERS® Rater to find out how to improve your home's HERS® score - creating a more comfortable home, while saving money.

structural INSULATION

cladding attachment

interior walls
(exposed-rated basements, attics and crawl spaces)

cathedral ceiling

slab on grade