Steel Building Insulation in South Dakota
South Dakota contractors and metal building owners look to Steel Building Insulation, a division of Building Outlet Corp., as they find themselves pouring more and more money into the year-round heating and cooling of their buildings.
Installing proper installation in a metal building is essential in areas with significant seasonal change, and the amount spent on a proper insulation system will quickly pay for itself in the form of substantial savings on utilities both during South Dakota’s hot summer, and long, often frigidly cold winters. In addition to providing significant energy savings, insulating your metal building comes with a variety of other benefits, including improved user comfort and noise control and a reduction in condensation buildup, particularly in parts of the country known for heavy precipitation.
Steel Building Insulation has been a trusted provider of metal building roof and wall insulation, accessories and products for more than 30 years. Our insulation panels and blankets are available with a wide range of R-values (the measurement used to show how effective a layer of insulation is), are easily installed, resistant to humidity and able to help eliminate condensation.
We also offer a variety of facing options, or the material that faces the interior of your metal building. Facing materials are applied to fiberglass blankets in order to act as a vapor retarded or barrier, and they also serve as a protective cover of the fiberglass insulation itself while giving your facility a clean, finished appearance.
Additionally, our line of accessories includes virtually every tool or tape that you may need for the installation process, including double-face tape rolls (to adhere the insulation blankets to the steel framing during installation of wall and roof panels), patch tape, fasteners, insulation knives, steel banding and thermal blocks.
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.
IECC Commercial Energy Codes in South Dakota – COMcheck
IECC South Dakota
Current Building Energy Code for South Dakota: Determined by County/Jurisdiction
Amendments / Additional State Code Information: n/a
New construction and renovations of state-owned buildings must achieve at least LEED Silver certification, a two-globe rating on the Green Globes scale, or comparable rating under an accredited sustainable building certification program.
All state owned buildings are required to be designed and constructed to ASHRAE 90.1-2007 standards
View Impacts of Standard 90.1-2007 for Commercial Buildings at the State Level
Some of the areas in South Dakota that we deliver to:
- Rapid City , South Dakota
- Sioux Falls, South Dakota
- Pierre, South Dakota
- Watertown, South Dakota Aberdeen, South Dakota
- Brookings, South Dakota
- Mitchell, South Dakota
- Yankton, South Dakota
- Huron, South Dakota
- Vermillion, South Dakota