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Commercial Insulation in Oklahoma City, Stillwater, and Tulsa

Commercial Insulation - Stillwater, Oklahoma City, or in Tulsa

Your building uses a lot of energy, which is money out of your pockets at the end of day. If you want to save money on your energy bills, commercial insulation is one the most effective and budget-friendly ways to help save money and reduce energy use in your commercial building.

The average commercial building loses a third of its conditioned air through the walls and roof and can waste up to 80 percent of the energy it uses, according to a 2010 study done by the National Energy Audit Coalition. However, insulation can offer savings of up to 70 percent on heating and cooling bills.  Properly installed insulation can save you between 40 and 70 percent on your HVAC costs.

Commercial Insulation for Oklahoma City, Tulsa, or in Stillwater

  • Fills in gaps and cavities through which warm or cold are is lost.
  • Can be applied to surfaces that already have insulation.
  • Reduces noise.
  • Keeps your occupants comfortable through all seasons.

An Experienced Insulation Company in Oklahoma

Oklahoma Insulators has a dozen certifications in various energy-saving fields. We can do a free inspections to locate where you are losing warmed or cooled air from inside your commerical building, so you will know exactly what steps to take to correct the problem. We are a certified insulation installer for CertainTeed, Demilec, Bayer, and Guardian, all leading manufacturers. We are licensed, bonded and insured. All of our work is guaranteed to save you money on your energy bills here in Oklahoma.

Types of Commercial Insulation for Tulsa, Stillwater, and Oklahoma City

No matter where your building is located in Oklahoma:  Tulsa, Stillwater, Oklahoma City, Enid, Ponca City, Guthrie, or Woodward, it is subjected to cold, windy winters and blistering hot summers. Commercial insulation can include many types of fiberglass and foam insulation that are tailored to your type of structural design.  Wether it be schools, manufacturing facilities, retail stores, churches, gymnasiums, warehouses, or farm buildings, or other metal buildings. 

Fiberglass Commercial Insulation in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Stillwater

Re-insulating with fiberglass is an economical way to maximize energy savings fast.  If your commercial building has drywall, wood framing, or an attic space we can insulate it with blown in fiberglass insulation.  Fiberglass can be used in combination or as stand-alone solutions with other types of insulation. Let us meet with you for a free consultation to see which type will create the most energy savings for you.

Loose particles are literally blown through hoses into open attic spaces or between walls. This insulation is great for getting into crevices and oddly-shaped areas. We make sure the process does not disrupt the workday, and you will not have airborne fibers floating around, so no breathing hazard. We work with great care to ensure a neat, precise application and complete cleanup.

We can also inject fiberglass into walls to eliminate heat or cold air loss. It doesn’t matter whether there is no existing insulation or whether the current insulation is inadequate. We can add more fiberglass insulation.  It is important to note that we will have to drill two inch holes through dry wall only to insulate your walls. 
Spray Foam Insulation in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, or Stillwater

A dense liquid is sprayed into desired areas, where it expands and hardens. The mixture is infused with millions of bubbles filled with an inert gas that stops air transfer. While it’s a greater upfront investment than fiberglass, it can provide up to double the R-value and more than twice the utility savings.

Closed cell – Tiny cells are completely encased within the foam for the best possible vapor and temperature barrier. It can be used outside or in and has a chemical R-Value of 6 to 7 per inch.  Under insulating factors, closed cell has an R-Value of 10 per half inch.  Closed cell foam is what is typically used in commerical buildings because of its rigid exterior and is sprayed 1.5 to 2 inches thick on the walls and 2 to 3 inches thick on the ceiling.

Open cell – Its sponge-like texture offers superior sound protection and insulation factor.  Open cell foam has an R-Value of 3 to 4 per inch (10 per inch under insulating factors) and is not typically used in commerical buildings due to its softer exterior which can chip or break away if damaged.  However, open cell foam can be installed on the interior roof of commercial buildings since it cannot be damaged that far above the ground and is a bit cheaper than closed cell foam.

We install commercial insulation in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Stillwater, Woodward, Guthrie, Ponca City, Enid and other areas.