Commercial New Construction Insulation in Portland, Eugene & Salem, OR
Do you need to insulate a new office or commercial building in northwestern Oregon or southwestern Washington? Installed Building Products Portland is a good name to know. We work with builders and contractors to insulate buildings being constructed in the Portland, Oregon, area.
Contact us online for a free quote on your commercial new construction project in the Portland area or to ask any questions!
Insulation Installation for New Buildings in Portland, Oregon
Our team can install different materials for new building construction insulation projects, including:
Spray foam insulation: Typically made of polyurethane, spray foam is applied wet and expands into thick foam. Spray foam insulation can be installed in crevices and hard-to-reach areas and can help reduce air infiltration.
Cellulose insulation: Cellulose is environmentally friendly — it consists of up to 85% recycled material and takes less energy to make than other insulation materials — and can be installed nearly anywhere.
Fiberglass insulation: Fiberglass, used as insulation for decades, is available as loose-fill or batts. Fiberglass is made of tiny glass fibers and can be installed anywhere in a building.
No matter what the insulation needs are for the new building you’re working on, look to the team at IBP Portland. We have experience insulating all types of new buildings — barns, retail centers, warehouses, hospitals, etc.
Commercial New Build Insulation in the Portland, OR Area
Commercial new build insulation from IBP Portland adds a wealth of benefits to offices and other commercial buildings in your area. Our commercial insulation contractors in Portland offer knowledge, experience and resources few local companies can match.
By investing in insulation from IBP Portland for your commercial new build projects, you’ll benefit from:
Improved energy efficiency: Energy efficiency is crucial for any building, for any purpose, whether built for your own use or as real estate for sale or rental. Reduced expenditures, meeting higher certification standards, and the simple marketing value of a greener property all hold value for owners and occupants.
Enhanced acoustic insulation: Good insulation plays an important role in keeping a property acoustically isolated, which can be crucial in some locations or usage cases.
Better climate control: Being able to better control the temperature inside rooms is important to comfort and productivity even when it’s not necessary for specialized demands like IT rooms or refrigerated spaces.
Reduced HVAC demands: Less equipment is necessary to keep a better-insulated property comfortable throughout the year. By reducing these needs, you can invest less in HVAC equipment for heating, cooling and indoor air quality management.
Superior moisture control: Keeping moisture from getting into your commercial property can lead to a significant reduction of damages and wear over time; a poorly insulated property must invest in major humidity control or suffer the consequences.
Decreased risk of pests: Good insulation can also reduce the frequency of pests by acting as a barrier to entry and, more crucially, by denying pests access to moisture and mold growth.
Superior indoor air quality: Good insulation keeps outdoor pollutants outside, allows for better control of humidity and thus the presence of pests and mold, and generally allows better control over air quality.
Request a bid today. Contact us online to discuss your commercial new construction project in the Portland area or to ask any questions!
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