Steel Building Insulation in Augusta, Georgia
Our company supplied 34,177 square feet of steel building insulation in Augusta, Georgia in October of 2011.
We supplied the insulation and related materials for this new-construction steel church building. The fiberglass insulation materials were installed in the roof and walls to create a more comfortable interior environment while keeping the church’s lifelong energy expenses low.
In its roof, it boasts a layer of 6″ fiberglass insulation covered with white insulation facing and a 1″ taped tab that seals it to adjoining insulation blankets. The walls of the steel building contain 4″ of insulation, while the wall insulation in an extra-heavy traffic area of the building also has extra-heavy facing material applied. The facing helps protect the insulation against humidity and moisture-related damage, and it also gives the church’s interior a clean, finished look.
In addition to supplying the insulation blankets and facing material, SBI also supplied the insulation tape needed for use during the installation process.
|Total Area Insulated
|34,177 square feet
|6″ Single Layer Insulation System
|4″ Single Layer Insulation System
|(1) roll double-sided tape & (1) roll patch tape
Situated not far from the South Carolina border, Augusta, Georgia, is the state’s second-largest city. Home to Fort Gordon, Augusta sits about 145 miles from Atlanta and about 131 miles from Macon.