Steel Building Insulation in Oklahoma
As energy costs continue to soar nationwide, more and more Oklahoma metal building owners, architects and contractors are investing in insulation retrofits in an effort to make their steel building or buildings more energy efficient.
Steel Building Insulation, a division of Building Outlet Corp., has been a leading provider of metal building insulation, retrofit insulation and related products and accessories to consumers from Oklahoma and across the U.S. for more than 30 years, with more than half of the vinyl-faced fiberglass insulation volume they distribute nationally now being used for retrofit application projects. Investing in high r-value insulation systems has proven to pay substantial dividends over a lifetime, and retrofit insulation product prices have remained consistent despite increasing consumer demand amidst steadily climbing thermal energy costs.
In addition to offering a sizable reduction in energy bills and considerably lowering a metal building owner’s overall cost of ownership, applying retrofit insulation offers a variety of other benefits, including improved comfort, moisture and sound control. With a broad variety of products designed to accommodate retrofit projects of any size, and access to more than 400 installers and 50 different laminating and shipping points nationwide, Steel Building Insulation has successfully streamlined both the purchase and installation process.
Our foam insulation panels and fiberglass insulation blankets for insulating roofs and walls are available with a wide range of R-values depending on the level of thermal resistance desired. For wall insulation retrofit projects, we also distribute stick pins, steel banding and InsulHold coils for InsulHold applications, which hold retrofit applications in place.
For roof metal building insulation retrofit projects, we generally recommend applying new insulation using a banding system. In this type of application, steel bands are affixed to the underside of the metal purlin to create a grid system within the roof. Our factory, precut rolls are then installed above the steel bands and secured, holding the fiberglass insulation blankets in place.
Whether you’re looking to reduce energy costs through roof insulation, wall insulation or both, Steel Building Insulation will simplify the process, ensuring that you end up with the highest quality products at the lowest possible price – and that your investment will pay for itself in a short time by substantially reducing your metal building’s heating and cooling bills.
Our insulation panels and insulation blankets are crafted from highly-resilient fiber glass and are available with a variety of facing options, and offer high R-values that offer substantial resistance to heat transfer, resulting in lower utility costs from the time of installation. Facings are available in both white vinyl and polypropylene, and range from light-duty, low-cost WMP-VR to the extremely heavy-duty, high impact GYMGUARD materials. Our insulation rolls are are available in 3’, 4’, 5 and 6’ standard-width roll sizes, and can be delivered to virtually any accessible building site. Our products are professionally color-coded, pre-cut rolls intended to simplify the installation process.
While Arizona does not currently have any statewide energy codes for commercial structures, our metal building insulation product line adheres to the standards set by the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA), and are fire-resistant and non-combustible.
Our advisors can help you understand the requirements for your specific county. Call 1-800-486-8415.
Oklahoma IECC Building Energy Codes | COMcheck Compliance
Current Building Energy Code for Oklahoma: 2006 IECC
Amendments / Additional State Code Information: View Oklahoma Building Codes and Standards
Approved Compliance Tool: COMcheck
*Code Enforcement is Mandatory in the State of Oklahoma.
Some of the areas in Oklahoma that we deliver to:
- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
- Tulsa, Oklahoma
- Norman, Oklahoma
- Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
- Lawton, Oklahoma
- Edmond, Oklahoma
- Moore, Oklahoma
- Midwest City, Oklahoma
- Enid, Oklahoma
- Stillwater, Oklahoma