At A+ Insulation, we are experts at commercial insulation installation in Kansas City. Commercial buildings and spaces present different challenges from residential buildings. A+ Insulation has experience in a wide range of commercial insulation installation. From restaurants and hospitals to office buildings and shopping malls, we can provide the best insulation solutions.
Whether you want to hit an energy target, are operating on a shoestring budget, or your business resides in an old building, commercial insulation will benefit your operation. It will contribute to the smoother, leaner, and more energy-efficient running of your establishment. Moreover, our guys will be as minimally invasive as possible. The last thing we want is to disrupt your daily operations. We can be your go-to partner in energy efficiency in Kansas City. You can call on us for all kinds of commercial insulation you may need.
Insulation for Commercial Structures
There are many kinds of insulation for commercial application. Our expert commercial insulation installers know the best kind of insulation for commercial buildings. We offer a variety of options including:
- Injection Foam Insulation – Injection foam insulation can be added to existing walls by injecting it into the closed space through a small hole. It expands and fills the space entirely.
- FSK Batted Insulation– Installing CertaPro™ Thermal FSK-25 Faced Batts will save energy and lower building heating and cooling costs. It also provides enhanced sound absorption, contributing to a quieter interior environment. Batted insulation resists mold and mildew and will not rot.
- Blown-in Blanket Insulation – blown insulation completely fills the space, so there are no gaps or holes. Additionally, this blanket of insulation provides excellent thermal efficiency and even provides sound dampening. Blow-in-Blanket loose fiberglass insulation will never settle, meaning it will maintain its high R-value over its entire lifetime.
- Spray Foam Insulation – Spray foam insulation starts as a liquid. It is sprayed through a nozzle. Once released from its liquid form, it expands up to 100 times its original volume. This expansion helps it fill even small spaces entirely. The foam dries quickly and becomes solid. It is available in two forms:
- Closed Cell Foam (Polyurethane) – Closed-cell foam isn’t as affordable as open cell foam, but it provides a much higher R-value. It is denser and its glue-like consistency adds structural strength to a wall, ceiling, or roof.
- Open Cell Foam – Open-cell foam is less expensive than closed-cell foam and has a lower R-value per inch, so a thicker layer is required. If the area is deep enough to allow for a thicker application, open-cell foam may be more cost effective.
- SuperTherm Ceramic Coating – This is a new insulation product. Inspired by the ceramic tiles used on the Space Shuttle, ceramic coating is a paint mixed with ceramic compounds that can be sprayed or rolled onto the interior or exterior surface. This coating has the ability to prevent heat transfer and heat loading onto a structure, preventing the heat from transferring into or out of a building.
- Fire-Stopping Insulation – This insulation takes safety to the next level. It is inorganic, noncombustible, high-temperature insulation. It is designed to provide fire protection in floor/ceiling and wall penetrations, and other construction joints.
As you can see, there are many options when it comes to commercial insulation installation. But don’t worry, the expert installers at A+ Insulation will help you find the right solution for your building and your budget. We always try to maximize your resources for the best results possible, regardless of the size of the job. Our company earns its keep by serving each customer’s needs, to the best of our abilities. We don’t mind getting involved even midway through a construction project. What matters is our energy consultants help you refine your business’ energy use before a single more dollar goes to waste.
Trust only A+ Insulation for commercial insulation in Kansas City. Contact us, today, for an on-the-spot estimates and upfront pricing for the job.