Our INSULATION DIVISION specializes in installing foam poly-iso insulation boards, roof liners, sound panels and sealing your commercial property to ensure energy efficiency. At Berrong, we are equipped to handle any size project and we are the experts when it comes to insulating distribution centers, warehouses, cold storage facilities, and industrial buildings. Amazons and other large facilities are our bread and butter and where we can help you the most.

POLYISO RIGID FOAM BOARD INSULATION

WHAT IS POLYISO RIGID FOAM BOARD INSULATION?

Polyiso rigid foam board insulation is a closed-cell, rigid foam board insulation that offers many benefits when used in metal buildings and all construction types. Whether it is utilized in a roof or a wall, polyiso rigid foam board insulation performs over a large temperature range (-100º F to 250º F), has excellent fire testing performance, is economical per R-value, has low water absorption, low vapor transmission, and more.

WHAT IS INSULATION FACING?

When it comes to insulation products, there are both faced and unfaced types available. If an insulation product is faced, it has an additional layer on one side, usually made from paper, plastic or foil. The facing helps protect construction from elements like heat and moisture, which can cause costly damage. If it is unfaced, it does not have this extra layer of protection.

WHERE IN A BUILDING IS POLYISO RIGID FOAM BOARD INSULATION NORMALLY USED?

When you are working on a metal building project, polyiso rigid foam board insulation is a popular choice for roofs and walls of steel construction, due to its ability to perform well in a wide temperature range, its cost-effectiveness, and its excellent thermal resistance. If you need help figuring out if polyiso rigid foam board insulation is right for your metal building project, contact our team today.

WHAT ARE THE R-VALUES FOR POLYISO RIGID FOAM BOARD INSULATION?

Polyiso rigid foam board has an R-value between 5.6 and 7.6 per inch. To determine how thick you need to apply polyiso rigid foam board during installation, you need to know the recommended R-value for your area. The higher the R-value, the more polyiso rigid foam board will need to be installed.

IN WHAT GEOGRAPHIES CAN POLYISO RIGID FOAM BOARD INSULATION BE USED?

Polyiso rigid foam board insulation is a great choice for metal building projects in any climate across the United States. No matter where you and your metal building are located, polyiso rigid foam board insulation is a lightweight, high-performing and cost-effective insulation solution for roofing and walls.

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ROOF LINER INSULATION

ABOUT NON-FALL PROTECTION LINER SYSTEMS

Non-fall protection liner systems are an insulation system for metal buildings and post frame buildings in commercial and industrial construction, utilized for high R-values and the ability to hide purlins.

WHAT ARE NON-FALL PROTECTION LINER SYSTEMS?

Non-fall protection liner systems are utilized as insulation systems for metal buildings or post frame buildings in commercial and industrial construction.
Non-fall protection liner systems are used to obtain higher R-values and allow for a clean, finished appearance, as the purlins are hidden. Each non-fall protection liner system is custom-made, specific to each building and its bay spacings, and they provide the same thermal performance as Simple Saver Systems.

WHERE IN A BUILDING OR HOME IS NON-FALL PROTECTION LINER SYSTEMS NORMALLY USED?

When you are utilizing a non-fall protection liner system, you are typically using it as a roofing insulation system for a metal building where higher R-values are needed, or the owner wants the purlins to be hidden. Non-fall protection liner systems are commonly found in metal buildings and post frame buildings in commercial and industrial construction.

WHAT ARE THE R-VALUES FOR NON-FALL PROTECTION LINER SYSTEMS?

When you are looking into non-fall protection liner systems as a metal or post frame building insulation system, you’ll find a wide range of R-values available to fit your needs. You’ll install non-fall protection liner systems in the R-values of 10, 11, 13, 16, 19, 25, 30 and a combination thereof, up to R-49.

IN WHAT GEOGRAPHIES CAN NON-FALL PROTECTION LINER SYSTEMS BE USED?

If you are looking into using a non-fall protection liner system in your metal building project, you may wonder if your geography is a good fit. Non-fall protection liner systems can, in fact, be used in any geography across the United States and are readily available at your local Service Partners branch.