Hunter Xci

With energy consciousness on the rise and the threat of climate change at the front and center of our environment priorities, the market share for Polyiso continues to grow. In response to that demand, Hunter Panels was founded in December of 1997.

We are the first start-up company to enter the Polyiso industry since 1975, and we do so with a particular mission: to distinguish ourselves as a proactive entrepreneurial manufacturer and a leader in the marketing of our product line. As a stand alone manufacturer, we are focused singularly on that purpose. We have brought together a team of industry professionals who know Polyiso inside and out and who care about being technically proficient and customer driven. Quality is a mantra at Hunter Panels.

As an industry leader in Polyiso Roof insulation panels for 15 years – Hunter is proud to introduce you to our new product line for Commercial Wall Applications – Hunter Xci. Hunter Xci products are designed for use in commercial wall applications to provide “ci” continuous insulation within the building envelope.

Hunter Xci polyiso products:

  • Have the highest R-Value per inch of any insulation,
  • NFPA  285 TEST – Passed, (see individual submittal docs for assembly lists)
  • Contribute towards LEED certification credits,
  • HCFC and CFC free, zero ODP, and negligible GWP.

Hunter Panels services the North American market with seven, state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in New York, Pennsylvania, Florida, Illinois, Texas, Utah and Washington. In 2013 we are proud to announce that our Kingston, NY facility, is moving into a brand new larger facility in Montgomery, NY in early summer.

Remember to call Hunter Panels whenever you need an informed, fast, and friendly answer. “Whatever It Takes” is our motto, and we take it seriously.



Hunter Xci Twitter Feed!


Dec 19
RT @wallsnceilings: Be sure to read about the #OSHA updates starting January 2015! #safety #construction
Dec 19
This headquarters building in #Chicago used our #continuousinsulation to help improve #energyefficiency #polyiso
Dec 19
Minding the gender gap in green building via @usgbc
Dec 19
ASHRAE Expands Scope, Renames Research Journal
Dec 18
RT @usgbc: RT @mygreenschools: 2014 #BestofGreenSchools honorees: making healthy schools for all reality & a promise