Common Metal Building Insulation Questions
We have answers for your questions about metal building insulation. Check out the most common questions below and if you don’t see yours, call us today!
What Is Insulation Facing?
Insulation products are available both faced and unfaced. If an insulation product has facing, it contains an added layer on one side. The added layer helps to protect construction from elements like moisture, which can cause damage and mold build up. Facing is commonly made from paper, plastic, and foil.
Where in a Building Is Metal Building Insulation Normally Used?
Metal building insulation is normally used in roofing and walls of metal buildings. When it is installed in a roof, it is done so over the roof purlins and/or in the purlin cavity. For wall insulation, it is installed between the girts and the wall panel or in the girt cavity. For more questions on how to install metal building installation, contact us today.
What Are the R-Values for Metal Building Insulation?
Metal building insulation is available in a wide range of R-values, including 10, 11, 13, 16, 19, 25, 30, and combinations of these. It is also available in CCB (condensation control blanket). No matter what the R-value needs are for your metal building insulation project, we can help.
In What Geographies Can Metal Building Insulation Be Used?
Metal building insulation, such as fiberglass blanket insulation, facings and barriers, can be utilized in metal building insulation projects for walls and roofing in any climate zone. No matter where you and your project are located in the United States, we can help you get the best metal building insulation prices and product for your application and budget.
Can Metal Building Insulation Be Used in Residential or Commercial Construction?
Metal building insulation, such as fiberglass blanket insulation, facings and barriers, can be used in both residential and commercial construction. However, it is most often used on metal buildings in commercial and industrial construction roofing and walls. To find out how to use these products in your project, contact us today.