Steel Building Insulation in Bottineau, North Dakota
Building Outlet supplied steel insulation for a building in Bottineau, North Dakota, in November of 2021.
We supplied a 30’x60’x16’ steel building with a gable roof with a 1:12 pitch, the insulation blankets resist heat flow, which helps the interior of the steel building maintain comfortable, consistent temperatures. Supplied for installation into the roof of the pre-engineered building was a 9.5” layer of high R-value, R-30 metal building insulation.
Delivered in 240’x61” and 60’x38” rolls, the insulation blankets also help prevent condensation from forming within the structure, which can compromise structural integrity and lead to mold growth, mildew, and other hazards. Insulating a metal building also improves sound control, limiting how much noise neighbors can hear.
|Total Area Insulated||1,800 square feet|
|Roof Insulation||9.5″ Single Layer Insulation System|
Prone to long, cold winters, the city of Bottineau sits near the Canada – United States border. Located in Bottineau County in north-central North Dakota, the community lies about 80 miles northeast of Minot and about 33 miles west of Belcourt.