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What are the benefits of commercial insulation?

Commercial insulation is usually more durable than residential insulation because it is made for larger spaces with less concentrated heating and cooling. Installing commercial insulation can save on energy costs, improve occupant productivity, provide a cleaner environment because the air the building envelope exchanges with is cleaner from an outside perspective, and lower sensitivity to condensation accumulation.

Commercial buildings often have less exterior surface area that residential buildings do, which makes it thermally possible to reduce or eliminate thermal bridges associated to walls-thus reducing energy consumption by as much as 25%. And this all saves money over time! There are a few disadvantages- typically there greater upfront cost of installing commercial insulation due to increased labor needed and sometimes materials cost. Additionally comfort levels may be compromised in some spaces because it can be harder to maintain temperature or air quality control .

Commercial insulation can be installed between rooms or in an exterior wall. If there are exterior walls, the insulation is typically place on the interior side of the building envelope to reduce thermal bridging which typically occurs on exterior surfaces. If it is placed between rooms, the barriers must fall within code requirements for fire resistance and acoustics

After installing commercial insulation, most buildings will see a reduced energy consumption over time, improved occupant productivity via cleaner environment (less sick days!), increased durability (not having to replace insulation as often), lower condensation accumulation (moisture doesn't like to accumulate where its not needed!) and increased air quality which makes us more comfortable too!


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How does commercial insulation work?

Commercial insulation works by trapping air and other gases, which provide insulation for the area it's preventing heat from travelling to or from an area, depending on whether that gas is hot or cold

The most common type of commercial insulation is fiberglass. Due to the nature of fiberglass, it is easily able to trap air and various gases. It is also capable of trapping more than just gas molecules. These particles, known as aerosols, are trapped in between two layers of glass fibers that are bonded together through intense heat.

It's often not economical or practical for homeowners to purchase commercial insulation for their own home. This is because the cost of buying enough insulation can be rather expensive when compared to how much energy it saves on their personal heating bill.

Though commercial insulation works by trapping gases and keeping them from traveling through an area with cold or hot temperatures, there are some instances where these traps can actually act like a conductor for heat instead of preventing it from coming in or out .

How does commercial insulation work?

Commercial insulation works by trapping air and other gases, which provide insulation for the area it's preventing heat from travelling to or from an area, depending on whether that gas is hot or cold

The most common type of commercial insulation is fiberglass. Due to the nature of fiberglass, it is easily able to trap air and various gases. It is also capable of trapping more than just gas molecules. These particles, known as aerosols, are trapped in between two layers of glass fibers that are bonded together through intense heat.

It's often not economical or practical for homeowners to purchase commercial insulation for their own home. This is because the cost of buying enough insulation can be rather expensive when compared to how much energy it saves on their personal heating bill.

Though commercial insulation works by trapping gases and keeping them from traveling through an area with cold or hot temperatures, there are some instances where these traps can actually act like a conductor for heat instead of preventing it from coming in or out .

Commercial insulation is commercially manufactured to provide the user with specific values of thermal resistance. This means that the higher the R-value, the better insulating power it has. The most common types of insulation used in residential homes are fiberglass batting and cellulose because they tend to have lower costs compared to other types. They also come in different thicknesses so people can purchase them according to their preferences.


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