The Deleware Township fire department recently decided to remove and replace the roof of the substation that houses their vehicles. During this process, they realized that their building was not up to the insulation code. Also, they discovered that it was not as energy efficient as they thought. Because of this, they reached out to us to see how we could help not only seal the thermal envelope of the building but help them to save money on their monthly bills.
Because of this, they needed to insulate the walls and the ceiling. In doing so the thermal envelope of the building would be tightly sealed and provide the most comfort and savings. We applied eight inches of open-cell spray foam to the ceiling. In doing so, we achieved an r-value of R-33. Once done, our team moved on to insulating the walls. The walls we applied six inches of open-cell on the exterior walls, which allowed us to achieve an r value of R-24. Finally, before cleaning up, we applied our intumescent coating as a Thermal Barrier.
From their first contact with the company to the completion of their project, they were impressed by our professionalism and expertise. They could not be any happier with how their project came out.
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