Cascadia Clip® Fiberglass Thermal Spacers for exterior insulated cladding systems.
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Cascadia Clip
Our thermal spacer made from low-conductivity fiberglass material greatly reduces thermal bridging, improving the effective thermal resistance of the exterior wall. The Cascadia Clip® makes ASHRAE 90.1 Or NECB 2011 compliance simple and cost-effective.

Description

New depths offer flexibility for overall insulating performance! Available depths:
2"   |   2.5"   |   3"   |   3.5"   |   4"   |   5"   |   6"   |   8"
 
Download our new complete brochure to get information on:
  • Thermal performance data
  • Engineering data
  • Cost comparisons
  • Installation methods
  • Design details
  • On site product photos
Please contact us for more information and design guidance, or check out our gallery of project photos.
 
Use this tool to determine the optimal spacing of Clips to meet your project's R-value and structural capacity goals.
 
 
Use this tool to request a quote for your project!

 

  • Videos

    Here, find several videos with more information on the Cascadia Clip
     
  • Code Evaluation Report by Uniform Evaluation Services [PDF] - 364KB

    The Cascadia Clip® has been fully evaluated and tested by Uniform Evaluation Services (UES) for code compliance. The evaluation covers durability, fire performance, structural capacity and more. The Cascadia Clip® - the original and most universal thermal spacer for exterior insulated walls - is the only thermally improved cladding support system to have a published code evaluation.
  • Third party engineering testing was done on the clips to verify and corroborate the results of the Cascadia Clip® Calculator. The engineering letters to confirm the structural capability can be found here.
  • Thermal Performance [PDF] - 3010KB

    Third party engineering testing was done on the clips to verify and corroborate the results of the Cascadia Clip® Calculator. The engineering letters to confirm the thermal results can be found here.
  • Combustibility

    In Canada, the Cascadia Clip® has been approved for use in non-combustible wall assemblies as a "minor combustible component," in accordance with Article 3.1.5.2 of the Model National Building Code. This is confirmed by a ruling from the Building and Safety Standards Branch of the BC Ministry of Energy and Mines, in addition to analyses from code consultants or fire protection engineers in every major state and province. In the US, the Cascadia Clip has been approved for use in all types of construction under the IBC, as per our code compliance report. The report draws on a variety of fire-related testing, including a successful NFPA 285 test. Contact us for a copy of the NFPA 285 report or fire engineering reports, or for any further information on combustibility requirements.