Insulating Metal Building with Spray Foam
Metal is great for building industrial and commercial structures. It’s economical, durable and easy to maintain. Metal is used to build everything from small sheds to vast warehouses. It’s even catching on with architects designing upscale buildings.
Metal becomes better when it’s properly insulated. Without insulation, a metal building tends to conduct heat. What does that mean for energy efficiency? It means metal structures lose and gain heat easily.
When the sun beats down on the exterior of a metal building, heat is transferred to the building’s interior. In winter, heat transfers from the inside to the outside. Metal structures also tend to gather moisture through condensation.
You can combat these characteristics of metal with spray foam insulation. Spray foam insulation is highly effective when applied by experienced technicians. We can add insulation to new construction or existing buildings.
Insulating metal buildings with spray foam insulation has several benefits. Here are the top three advantages you can expect with spray foam insulation:
Creates Better Temperature Regulation
Increases Structural Strength
Tired of condensation and rusty dripping water in your metal building? Spray Foam Insulation is the solution.
Spray Foam is by far the best method of insulating a metal building. The traditional fiberglass is not capable of providing a complete air seal or vapor barrier. During humid weather, metal buildings sweat. The moisture will damage the building and can create mold and mildew behind fiberglass insulation. Nothing else will form to the metal ribs like spray foam does. Buildings come in all shapes and sizes, and spray foam is the only suitable insulation to meet all the different variations.