What are the benefits of commercial insulation?
There are a few benefits to buying insulation that you can't do on your own. Let's take a look at them:
Commercial insulation is much thicker and better insulated than the stuff you see your friends building in their basement with duct tape and blankets. It's easier, too; commercial insulation comes pre-cut for installation; everything has been calculated, so there's no guesswork or doing calculations after measuring out rooms. Installing it correctly the first time will make all the difference when it comes to winter heating bills. If anything should happen, such as a mouse chews through some wiring or you need another cover for privacy or safety issues, we cover that with limited lifetime warranties and 10 year workmanship guarantees against any problems that commercial insulation might fail to cover.
In commercial spaces, it's a requirement that commercial insulation is bought from a commercial-grade supplier rather than your local DIY store. In commercial buildings, fire safety and soundproofing are huge issues as commercial insulation has been tested against these factors so you don't have to worry about your company losing business or facing legal action for not having the right commercial building supplies in place. Nobody wants their commercial space shut down because of this reason either, so get insulated!
Commercial buildings also tend to be older. Commercial insulation has come along way since the 70s when people were covering up heating vents with towels or sweaters. With new technology comes great benefits; commercial insulation today is environmentally friendly, non-t oxic, fire retardant and blocked sound. For commercial spaces that need insulation in order to be compliant with the law, commercial insulation is pretty much the only choice you have when it comes to meeting all of your commercial insulation needs.
Like any commercial building project, you should always consult a contractor to understand what your area needs exactly so you don't waste money on buying commercial insulation for parts of your commercial space that don't need it even though this is something you might see other people doing when they set out to do their own commercial projects.
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How does commercial insulation work?
At the most basic level, insulation works by slowing down changes in air or relative air pressure.
Insulation arises largely from removing drafts of cold air. If you are familiar with the three layers of clothing designed for wintertime outdoor activity, you will have taken note that many of them are made of natural fibers like wool or silk, which is because these traditional fibers are more insulating than synthetics or cotton fabrics. The woolly fabric traps pockets and waves and nooks and crannies (or "dead-air space") to shield us against Michigan's frigid winds and make it feel like we're cuddled under a heavy fuzzy blanket...except we don't need clean sheets! That said, there is no such thing as 100% thermal insulation.
The commercial insulation industry is built upon this principle of trapping pockets of air in commercial buildings to regulate the flow of heat and thus energy, so houses stay warm during winter months and commercial-use commercial buildings are comfortable for employees year round. The price you pay at home to insulate your attic - whether it's with fiberglass or other materials - is about getting that commercial insulation look right outside your window. After all, businesses that do not listen closely to their employees tend to face lower productivity rates, not to mention high turnover among staff members who just don't feel happy working there. The commercial building insulation method stops drafts but also traps any noise from the outside world inside the workplace...after all, no employee likes to listen to the loud commercial-grade commercial machine humming outside of their hallway or office.
However, commercial insulation is not only about trapping air for comfort reasons, but also functions as a sound barrier. When you have commercial noise isolation between each commercial-use commercial area inside of a commercial building it helps reduce the volume of sounds compared with what gets in through your window on the outside world. That means that if you are trying to get some work done without getting distracted by all that chatty commercial radio talk on the other side of the wall, then commercial insulation is something you may consider installing. The aim is to stop noise from coming in and stopping disturbances while maintaining the ease of airflow within your business premises.
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