Steel Building Insulation in Richmond Township, Michigan
Our company supplied 26,931 square feet of steel building insulation in Richmond Township, Michigan in February of 2014.
We supplied the insulation rolls, insulated panels, facing material and related accessories for this new construction project. The insulation job was for Dundee, Michigan-based Salenbien Trucking and Excavating. The energy-efficient steel building’s roof now contains 6″ of single layer fiberglass insulation, while its walls hold 4″ foam insulated metal panels. Together, the roof and wall insulation help slash energy expenditures considerably while serving additional functions like enhancing interior comfort and minimizing outside noise. Operating as a vapor retarder and protective cover over the insulation blankets is heavy-duty facing material.
In addition to supplying the insulation and facing for this building, Steel Building Insulation also provided several accessories for use in the installation process.
|Building Size||116’4″ x 196’4″x22’6″|
|Total Area Insulated||26,931 square feet|
|Roof Insulation||6″ Single Layer Insulation System|
|Wall Insulation||4″ Foam Insulated Panels|
|Insulation Accessories||(3) rolls of patch tape, (2) Insul-Hold coils, (25) rolls of steel banding and (3,400) self-drilling screws|
A civil township located in Macomb County in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula, Richmond Township is located about 29 miles from Port Huron and 48.9 miles from Detroit.