INSULATION WE OFFER
COST: $1.75 sq ft
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DIMENSIONS: 500 sq. ft. | 4' x 125'
PERM RATING: ASTM E-96 | 0.008
FLAME & SMOKE: ASTM E84-97a | FLAME SPREAD < 25 | SMOKE DEVELOPED < 50
EMITTANCE: ASTM C-1731 0.03
R-.55 (product only)
R-6 (downward heat flow) with a 3/4" reflective airspace
R-9 (downward heat flow) with a 1.5" reflective airspace
No felt required
CLASS-A Rated (ASTM E-84)
Creates a thermal break
Reduces temperatures at plywood
Does not "super heat" roofing materials
Lowers non-conditioned space temperatures
Meets challenging code requirements
Affordable Energy-Efficient Upgrade
WHY INSULATE A METAL BUILDING?
The right insulation system can develop a metal building’s long-term structural integrity and add years to its lifespan. Here are just some of the benefits of finding the right insulation system for your metal building:
Added insulation value
Managed interior climate control
Reduced heat loss and heat gain
Increased sound absorption
Improved air barrier with various facings
PURPOSES & BENEFITS OF
INSULATING A METAL BUILDING
Insulating a metal building properly does more than conserve energy, it promotes comfortable living and profitable savings. Learn the many ways you can benefit from metal building insulation.
STABILIZES THE BUILDING’S TEMPERATURE
By reducing the heat flow into and out of a metal building structure, metal building insulation provides a building envelope that enables the heating and cooling system to reliably control the interior building temperature.
LIMITS THE BUILDING’S MOISTURE
For years, metal building insulation‘s primary job was to reduce condensation that was created with temperature differentiation between inside and outside temperatures. This is still the case, however, insulation is also helping to reduce thermal bridging that can create heat loss and condensation.
Perm ratings: the perm rating measures the facing’s ability to reduce or eliminate moisture transmission, reinforcing that fiberglass performs better.
With extra interior padding, metal building insulation keeps sound inside, resulting in happy neighbors and improved sound quality within the building’s interior. This is especially beneficial if you’re working with loud machinery.