Website Features | Service Partners

The Service Partners website has a number of features you may not know about. Check out this video, which showcases our website as an interactive and information resource. You’ll find it highlights the useful features of the Service Partners website for contractors, retail lumberyards and homeowners.

Service Partners is the largest insulation distributor in the United States. We distribute out of over 70 facilities coast to coast. We’re tailored towards independent insulation and weatherization contractors and lumberyards.

We have many resources available to contractors including insulation supplies and equipment. Our members only Contractors’ Club provides your team with marketing tools, training, access to partnership discounts, networking opportunities, and regional conferences. Membership is free!




Who We are | Service Partners

Interested in learning about Service Partners? Watch out company video or read below to see learn what our employees, and our customers have to say about us.


30 years ago all you needed to be an insulation contractor was a staple gun in a ladder. Today’s installers need the latest insulation products and installation and safety accessories, and they need it delivered fast. Service Partners is the leading nationwide distributor of quality insulation from brands like CertainTeed, JohnsManville, Knopf, Owens Corning, BASF, and Dow.


We have 75 locations nationwide and we work hard to deliver next day service. Because when we do our job fast you can get your job done faster.

We asked our team to give us their perspective on the company culture and mission of Service Partners and how that impacts the relationships we share with our customers. Here are some of the highlights.


“We are a bunch of strategically placed little businesses all over the country. So at the end of the day we you know we want to be the one stop shop for insulation contractors.” – Tim Bichlmeier, Sales Manager


“We cover everything from below grade foundation products, waterproofing products, all the way up to the roofline.” – Debra Constance, District Sales Manager.


“The other products may vary from accessories to insulation ceiling tile, roofing, gutters. I think the product mix is what makes us very successful.” – Roy Machado, Sales Manager


“It’s a people company. Yes we sell products, yes we move things around warehouses, but in the end it’s about relationships and it has been from the get-go.“ – Corey Doise, Controller


“I take what the relationships say that Service Partners has with its vendors. I take those relationships out to my customer base and potential customers. – Ken Martin, Outside Sales Rep


“I really think what you develop on a relationship basis is what brings people back to you.” – Leslie Ray, Inside Sales


“Relationships are real important for me because we help them grow and when they grow we grow. That’s what it’s about”. – Debra Constance, District Sales Manager.


“We have a lot of long-term, even 20-year relationships with some customers. We share what’s going on with their families, we share what’s going on with their business, and how we can help them grow their business.” – Wendy Kessler, Customer Care


“Whether our people are in the field or whether it’s a customer who calls in, we’re to offer the best service toward them. I just like being a smiling face there. I enjoy going to work every day.” Lisa Shipman, Telecom Administrator


“We’re the real deal. We don’t just say we service our customers, we do it every day.” – Roy Machado, Sales Manager


“Every morning at seven o’clock when that truck opens its doors Service Partners comes through for us, and they have exactly what you ordered. The name says it all – service. They’re there when they say they’re going be there. Good quality products, good people.” – Robert Vance, Customer


“You know it’s just at work that we both need each other and they’re there to back me up. That means a lot.” – Mike Layman, Customer


“Good people doing business with good people. That just seems to be my mantra and I believe that’s Service Partners’ mantra.” – Debra Constance, District Sales Manager.


“This is not just a job for me. I’m able to go out and bond with people that are really special and I appreciate that every day when I come to work.” – Roy Machado, Sales Manager


“We’re not just here just to make money, but we’re also here to be a help to our community, and to do what we can to make things better for someone else.“ -Lisa Shipman, Telecom Administrator


“I can’t wait to see what Service Partners has to offer in the future – for the company, the employees the customer.” – Leslie Ray, Inside Sales


“Pretty amazing how much friendships you have throughout the company and until you sit down and think about it your like – wow that’s pretty cool.” – Tim Bichlmeier, Sales Manager


“Are you honest in how you deal on a day-to-day basis individually and professionally? Yes. Do I see that at Service Partners all the time? Yes. It’s when you can go home at night and smile about the day, smile about the interactions you’ve had with a customer or a supplier that’s good.” Simon Kavanagh – Senior Vice President


Safety | Sky Web II

Fall Protection

Safety is a big priority in our industry as many contractors and business employees find themselves having to work in risky environments such as tall buildings. One way you can help keep you and your employee safe is to use the Sky Web II Fall Protection and Insulation Support System.


The Sky-Web-II® System is an innovative passive restraint system that protects workers from falls at the leading edge of a roof. It provides a “web” of knotted nylon mesh that is attached to the perimeter of the roof’s secondary structural members. This products leads to an increase in safety and reduces injury.


Be safe this year and look into using the Sky Web II Fall Protection System. You and you’re co-workers will be glad you did.


Sky Web II Brochure

Product Highlight: Thermafiber Rain Barrier

Thermafiber RainBarrier/Continuous Insulation products are designed for exceptional performance in rain screen and cavity wall construction applications RainBarrier HD provide energy saving continuous insulation (ci), fire protection, and acoustical control while efficiently draining water from a wall cavity system. RainBarrier products are non-combustible and compatible with common wall ties and air barrier systems.

A few characteristics:

– Non-combustible, non-deteriorating, & inorganic

– Repels and efficiently drains water

– Heavy density rigid board

– Conserves energy, reduces Greenhouse gas and carbon emissions

– Fire resistant to temperatures above 2000º F (1,093º C)

– Controls noise and sound

– Available in dark and regular colored fibers.

For additional information on Thermafiber Rain Barrier, please contact your local Service Partners branch. You can find the Rain Barrier HD Data Sheet here.

Melting Snow = Need For Gutters.


Much of the eastern United States was recently hammered by a storm that left large amounts of ice and snow. If you are a homeowner, you may realize the need for gutters as that snow begins to melt. Early spring is near and is a great time to install gutters before April rain showers.


Service Partners supplies gutters and gutter parts to contractors across the country including downspouts, elbows, end caps, and spashblocks to name a few. To have a contractor in your area contact you about installing cutters use the Service Partners FIND A PRO tool and someone will contact you shortly. Below are links to the various gutter products we carry.

Accessories Galore!

Service Partners is the largest insulation distributor in the United States with 75+ branches nationwide. However, we carry a wide range of other building materials & accessories across the country.  Here is a list of a few of the other product categories we carry.

– Paint Supplies & Accessories
– Flooring & Tile
– Hardware
– Shelving Products
– Roofing / Shingles
Insulation Equipment

Our nationwide network of distribution facilities provides quality products from the country’s top manufacturers including 3m, Convenience Products, BASF, Knauf, CertainTeed, Owens Corning, Bayer and Ample Supply to name a few.

Commercial & Industrial Insulation!

Service Partners’ Metal Building Insulation Division or MBI for short provides many commercial and industrial organizations with various supplies for insulating commercial buildings.

We are laminators of insulation to vapor retarders and carry a long list of products including fall protection systems like Skyweb II™ and Elaminator™ and high R-value systems that including Simple Saver™, long tabbed banding systems and polyiso board systems. Furthermore, we also supply doors, canopies, daylights and skylights.


Click on any one of the buttons below for more detail on our commercial and industrial products.


 Fiberglass Insulation & Vapor Barriers  High R-Value Insulation Systems  Fall Protection  Doors, Canopies, Daylighting, Skylights  Board & Concrete Construction Insulation

Credit Application Online

Credit application

We provide our customers with a variety of tools on our website.  One of the most widely used is our online credit application. The credit application allows our customers to apply for credit terms through an easy to use form online. Simply fill out the form fields within the webpage then hit submit and one of our credit managers will be in touch with you shortly. It’s that simple!

You can find the credit application here.

Daylighting | Saving Energy

Windows can provide a great view, but more than that, if they’re placed in the right locations, then they can also save you money on your utility bill and keep you more comfortable at home or work. It’s called day lighting and it takes a simple concept to a new level. Day lighting combines lots of things – everything from the type of window, window placement and interior design to control how sunlight comes in. They all work to maximize benefits from natural sunlight.


Windows that face south are best in the U.S. They let in the most light in the winter months but little direct sun during the summer keeping the inside cooler. North-facing windows are also good for day lighting they let an even natural light with little glare and little summer heat. Windows that face east and west don’t work nearly as well for day lighting they do provide lots of light in the morning and afternoon but it often comes with lots of glare and excess heat during the summer months.


Office buildings would benefit from skylights that team up with windows to bring in as much natural light as possible. This would reflect and enhance the daylight so that it fills the room. This would reduce the need for overhead lights, and make the office more energy efficient.


To account for glare an office building can place hoods outside around the windows. These hoods also cut down on summer heat keeping the office cooler and more comfortable. On the inside, louvers or tinting reduce glare and also direct light to reflective surfaces inside allowing plenty of natural light to come into work areas. One big help to day lighting is the window technologies available today. Windows are now way more energy-efficient. They insulate while still letting the light in.


Offices may also consider installing electrochromic windows, which change with the brightness of the sunlight outside. As the Sun tracks across the sky it darkens to keep excess heat out. It’s like giant polarized sunglasses.


Day lighting can have a positive effect studies have shown that with good day lighting at the office productivity goes up and absenteeism goes down, and that’s good for the bottom line. Natural lighting and heating means you use less electricity and lower your utility bill, and the more natural lighting the more money you can save.


Google Buys Nest


Recently Google bought Nest, a digital thermostat company for 3 billion dollars. Nest thermostats are much more than a digital thermostat that can be connected to the web and controlled by your smart phone. They are also self learning thermostats that will change their behavior based on your personal schedule. Nest takes the programmer thermostat to a whole new level for homeowners. However, these devices aren’t cheap costing roughly $250 a piece. You don’t have to spend $250 for a digital thermostat for your customer’s home but a nice programmer thermostat will do just as good of job in helping make a home more energy efficient.


Google buying Nest signals that major companies, including technology companies, are willing to bet big on the home energy market and are looking to integrate technology to help homes become more energy efficient. Continuously be on the lookout for new technology similar to Nest Thermostats that make their way to market as they can help you integrate technology into your customer’s home giving you an edge over your competition.