High R-Value Banded Systems (roof)

By: CMI Speciality Insulation  03/25/2016
Keywords: Insulation Contractors, Acoustical And Insulation Work, Foam Insulation

Decades of industry experience have given us a great understanding about systems that work and don’t work in metal buildings. Our systems greatly reduce labor costs and improve the overall look and feel of the building. The high R value banded insulation system is both efficient and cost effective. It is installed by fitting faced fiberglass between the purlins in the roof and then using unfaced metal insulation blanket to fill up the rest of the available space as the top layer. The entire system is then supported with a metal banding.

Keywords: Acoustical And Insulation Work, Acoustical Insulation, Building Insulation, Foam Insulation, Insulation Buildings, Insulation Contractor, Insulation Contractors, Insulation Installation

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