Steel Building Insulation in Holbrook, Arizona
Our company supplied 25,176 square feet of fiberglass steel building insulation in Holbrook, Arizona in November of 2011.
Used to insulate a brand-new 50’x160’x16′ steel building, the high-performing insulation package helps regulate interior temperatures while muffling noise, lowering energy bills and preventing the formation of potentially harmful condensation.
In the roof, the building features a high R-value, R-30 double-layer long-tab banding system with WMP-VRR facing, while the walls feature WMP-VRR-faced R-19 steel building insulation with (1) taped tab. The facing helps protect the insulation against moisture, which in turn helps it maintain its effectiveness and maximize thermal performance.
Steel Building Insulation also supplied accessories for use during installation, including (7) banding coils, (5) rolls of double-sided tape, (2) rolls of patch tape and (750) ¾” white screws without washers.
|Total Area Insulated||25,176 square feet|
|Roof Insulation||High R-Value Double Layer Insulation w/ Banding System|
|Wall Insulation||6″ Single Layer Insulation System|
|Insulation Accessories||(5) rolls of double-sided tape, (2) rolls of patch tape, and (750) ¾” white screws without|
Located in eastern Arizona, the city of Holbrook is situated along historic Route 66. The county seat of Navajo County, the community sits about 186 miles from Phoenix and 34 miles outside Winslow.