Steel Building Insulation in Midland, Texas
Our company supplied 20,887 square feet of steel building insulation in Midland, Texas in January, 2014.
We supplied the insulation, facing and accessories for this retrofit insulation project. This job was a retrofit job for an existing steel building with a custom cut on the insulation rolls. Because the building’s purlins are 8″ deep, we supplied 8″ of fiberglass insulation in the roof to fill the cavity, the insulation also minimizes energy expenditures and helps to prevent the formation of condensation. Serving as a vapor retarder and protective cover over the insulation blankets is heavy-duty facing material.
Steel Building Insulation also supplied a variety of accessories used to attach the insulation in this retrofit project.
|Total Area Insulated||20,887 square feet|
|Roof Insulation||8″ Single Layer Insulation System|
|Insulation Accessories||(10) rolls of patch tape, (18) coils of white steel banding and an assortment of ¾” white #12 TEK screws.|
Located within Midland County along the Southern Plains of west Texas, the City of Midland is located about halfway between Fort Worth and El Paso. It sits about 22.6 miles from Odessa and 19.4 miles outside Stanton.