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High Performance Spray Systems offers several types of onsite manufactured spray applied products for inside your home and for the exterior of your home. We professionally install the following: Thermal Spray Cork, Urethane Spray foam insulation, all types of protective urethane and epoxy coatings, fire protective coatings and concrete lifting urethane spray foam.
We are very excited about our Thermal CorkShield product, which is Mike Holmes approved. We can change the entire look of the outside of your home with the Thermal CorkShield product. It will seal, Insulate, fireproof and make your home look new without any messy removal of your existing exterior.
Thermal CorkShield™ is a sprayed cork material offering superior properties compared to stucco and paint. It’s the most advanced green energy product on the market right now that brings the amazing natural characteristics of cork and applies them to your home or commercial space.
Thermal CorkShield™ is eco-friendly, lightweight, durable, flexible, breathable, fire retardant, water-resistant, mildew resistant, and acts as an acoustic barrier.
Vipeq Industries Thermal CorkShield installed by High Performance CorkShield offers the following properties:
This product is excellent if you're looking to block out the sound from motorways, lawnmowers, and snow blowers. Maybe you would rather have your stereo blasting your favourite songs without having to worry about what the neighbours are thinking. This product reduces sound in and out of your home up to 18 decibels!
Cork is truly an amazing natural product that has survived forest and farm clearing for centuries partially because cork bark protecting the tree is fire retardant. It means that if a direct open flame is held to your home, the cork will reflect and dissipate the heat without absorbing the hotness, and the cork will not release heated particles (ash) or allow the flames to spread.
Utilizing the cork trees' natural insulating properties from extreme heat and cold, this product, when combined with an elastomeric coating, creates a thermal barrier that repels heat and cold from entering your home as well as locking in temperature or air conditioning inside.
Does your siding or windows collect dust, water spots or hydrocarbons (exhaust)? Not to worry, just pressure wash your cork siding, and your home looks brand new without damaging the finish.
The pigment in our product fades and breaks down at a rate of 1% per year, which is far better than traditional paints, stuccos and other finishing products 2%-10%.
Our product offers a 10-year warranty when installed by High Performance CorkShield.
The applications are endless. From homes, workshops, garages, gymnasiums, boat decks, RV roofs, industrial equipment, and more. Interior and exterior applications include:
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Thermal CorkShield™ is applied over existing substrates or as a final coat in the stucco process. Projected at the wall through a texture sprayer, it pounds against the surface, and each granule of cork acts as a suction cup. Along with a polyurethane adhesive that stops delamination and our certifying process, we stand behind the product with a 15-year warranty.
Yes. Cork is a natural product from the cork bark tree. It is extracted from the bark of the tree without damaging it every 9 - 10 years. During the trimming of the bark, the cork tree releases large amounts of oxygen, helping to replenish the air we breathe.
The process of extraction, manufacture and application of the cork material is done without any environmental impact. We are certified as green by the U.S. Green Building Council.
There are currently 27 stock colours, and the product is available in any custom colours you can imagine. Because Thermal CorkShield™ is mixed on-site with advanced proprietary pigments, we see less than 1% of fade annually, compared to 5-10% fade with most paints.
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