Utah IECC Energy Codes | COMcheck Compliance
Steel Building Insulation, a division of Building Outlet Corp., has assisted Utah contractors, architects and metal building owners with both new construction and insulation retrofit projects for more than 30 years. We provide top-quality, name-brand steel building insulation for a wide range of commercial structures, designed to keep Utah buildings cool during the summer, warm during the winter, dry and condensation-free year-round.
Installing an insulation system at the time of construction is often the most economical method. In new construction projects, standard-width fiberglass insulation blankets are laminated with a vapor retarder (called a facing) of your choice, and then distributed over the roof purlins or wall girts prior to the installation of the roof or wall panels. Double-layer banding systems are often used in new construction, which offer higher R-values, and therefore, a higher level of effectiveness, in the roof.
Insulation retrofit projects involve applying insulation to an existing steel building. In insulation retrofit applications, fiberglass blankets are pre-cut to fit the existing spaces between your building's purlins or girts, and then laminated with facing material and affixed with, generally, stick pins or InsulHold for wall insulation, or steel bands for metal roof insulation. Applying retrofit insulation to existing structures will result in significant thermal energy savings for Utah metal building owners over the lifetime of their building.
While most metal building owners insulate or reinsulate because of the substantial energy savings that result from doing so, installing a high-quality insulation system comes with a variety of additional benefits. Metal building insulation prevents costly condensation issues, improves lighting efficiency, helps maintain noise and interior temperature control, resulting in an overall more comfortable, efficient and pleasant interior environment.
Current Building Energy Code for Utah: 2015 IECC
Amendments / Additional State Code Information: N/A
State Funded Buildings:
Utah State Building Board raised the High Performance Building Rating System standards to require all new state buildings to achieve LEED Silver certification. Specifically, new building projects must achieve the following credits: WE Credit 1.1, EA Credit 3, EQ Credit 3.1, EQ Credit 4.1, EQ Credit 4.2
Approved Compliance Tool: COMcheck
*Code Enforcement is Mandatory in the State of Utah.
Utah Energy Code Climate Zones by CountyLS = Fiberglass Insulation | ci = continuous insulation
IECC Climate Zone
|Box Elder||Cold||6B||R-25+R-11 LS||R-13+R-13ci|
|Salt Lake||Cold||5B||R-19+R-11 LS||R-13+R-13ci|
|San Juan||Cold||5B||R-19+R-11 LS||R-13+R-13ci|
Some of our advisors are in the following areas:
Salt Lake City, Utah
West Valley City, Utah
West Jordan, Utah
St. George, Utah
Take a look at some of the jobs we've supplied insulation to in Utah: We ship to Texas every other week. Our minimum freight charge is $100, which is typical for small orders, and our maximum, $250, which is standard for large orders. Accessories typically ship via UPS or FedEx, and freight is determined by the carrier.
Escalante, Utah - New Building R-19 for Roof & Walls
Springville, Utah - Retrofit Insulation Supplies
We ship to Texas every other week. Our minimum freight charge is $100, which is typical for small orders, and our maximum, $250, which is standard for large orders. Accessories typically ship via UPS or FedEx, and freight is determined by the carrier.