Steel Building Insulation in Roseburg, Oregon
Our company supplied steel building insulation in Roseburg, Oregon, in mid-July of 2021.
Steel Building Insulation supplied the insulation and accessories for this new construction metal building. Supplied for installation into the roof of the 40’x60’ metal building, which functions as an axe-throwing business, were 8” of fiberglass insulation with heavy-duty Black WMP-VRR facing. The facing protects the insulation from condensation and damage, and it also enhances the interior appeal of the building by giving it a clean, finished look.
In total, Steel Building Insulation supplied (1) roll of 23”x65’ insulation with (2) taped tabs and (12) rolls of 41”x65’ insulation with (1) taped tab. Also provided were (3) 500’ rolls of Black steel banding, which helps hold the insulation in place, (375) Black self-drilling screws and (2) rolls of WMP-VRR patch tape.
|Roof Insulation||8″ Single Layer Insulation System|
|Facing Material||Black WMP-VRR Facing|
Located in southwestern Oregon, the city of Roseburg is part of Douglas County, in the Umpqua River Valley. The community sits roughly 68 miles south of Springfield, Oregon, and about an 83-mile drive from Coos Bay.