IECC Energy Codes in Oregon | COMcheck Compliance
For more than 30 years, Oregon metal building owners have chosen Steel Building Insulation, a division of Building Outlet Corp., when looking to apply insulation to new construction or retrofit insulation projects.
With more than 30 years in the business and a tried and true reputation for quality, excellence and affordability, Steel Building Insulation has proven an industry leader, helping outfit thousands of steel buildings throughout the U.S. and Canada. Our steel building insulation products have been tested and properly certified (many carry NAIMA certifications) in an effort to promote energy efficiency and environmental preservation, and are available at significantly reduced rates due to our not being tied to one particular insulation manufacturer.
Our Oregon consumers receive top-quality, name brand insulation, Insulated foam panels and products intended for both new and retrofit insulation projects at a fraction of the cost. We offer both single and double-layer insulation systems of varying thicknesses and R-values, facings ranging from light to heavy duty, tabs, and a wide variety of attachment methods, including banding, pins and InsulHold products.
Installing metal building insulation at the time of construction is often the most economical method. In this type of application, standard-width fiberglass blankets are laminated with the facing of the consumer's choice, and then distributed evenly over the purlins or girts before the wall or roof panels are affixed. Double-layer banding systems are often recommended for roof projects where higher R-values are desired.
For retrofit insulation projects, the fiberglass blankets are precut to fit between the purlins or girts of your metal building, and are then laminated with your desired facings. Stick pins or Insulhold coils may be used to hold wall insulation in place, or a metal banding system may be used to affix insulation to the building's roof. Regardless of whether your project involves applying insulation for new or existing construction, utilizing the proper materials will substantially reduce thermal energy costs over the building's lifetime, resulting in considerable savings for Oregon metal building owners.
Current Building Energy Code for Oregon: State Specific
Amendments / Additional State Code Information:
2014 Oregon Energy Efficiency Specialty Code (OEESC) is a State-developed code with ASHRAE 90.1-2010 and several other amendments.
View Oregon's Specialty Codes Online
View Oregon State Certification of Residential and Commercial Building Energy Codes
Approved Compliance Tool: COMcheck
*Code Enforcement is Mandatory in the State of Oregon.
Oregon Energy Code Climate Zones by CountyLS = Fiberglass Insulation | ci = continuous insulation
IECC Climate Zone
|Hood River||Cold||5B||R-19+R-11 LS||R-13+R-13ci|
Some areas in Oregon that our advisors are based in are:
Below are some of the jobs we've supplied insulation to in Oregon:
Lebanon, Oregon - Retrofit roof insulation for two metal buildings
We make shipments to Oregon every other week. Our minimum freight charge is $100, which is typical for small orders, and, at maximum, $250, which is standard for large orders. Accessories typically ship via UPS or FedEx, and freight is determined by the carrier.