Fiberglass Insulation Prices

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Pay only $350 above cost


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Pay only $350 to $500 above cost

Insulation rolls

Order was easy to place and the product arrived when it was supposed to. Will be buying from them again. – Ms. Cummings.

Rolls of Fiberglass Insulation
Rolls of VRR+ fiberglass insulation
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Fiberglass insulation with tabs

Fiberglass insulation prices include 1-6″ tabs or 2-3″ tabs

Steps To Saving on Fiberglass Insulation

After estimating your delivered price (above), follow the steps below.

  1. To pay only $350 above cost, CLICK Buy Online and Save. You will be directed to the Payment Center page. Make a $350 fee payment. A email with items ordered will be immediately emailed to you. Then call 1-888-512-1116 and let representative know you have submitted and order and paid fee. A formal comprehensive proposal will be emailed within one business for you.
    • If you would like our representative to calculate a quote, you can click Wholesale Insulation Quote form. A formal comprehensive proposal will be emailed within one business. Your representative will inform you of your fee amount ($350- $500). Make payment the same day as received quoted savings.
  2. You will receive an order number and instructions to send insulation payment to a certified supplier within 1 business day of placing the order. The payment is completed within 3 business days.
  • Fiberglass insulation is delivered in 14-21days. For 7-10 day delivery, add $100 to fee.

Available Fiberglass Facings and Colors

  • VR
  • VRR+ (Standard Offer)
  • WMP-10
  • WMP – 30
  • WMP-50′
  • Unfaced
  • Black Color Facing
  • White Color Facing

Your Fiberglass Insulation Proposal will indicate:

  • Type of insulation (example- VR-R +)
  • Number of rolls
  • Width of rolls
  • Length of rolls
  • Total square ft of insulation
  • Estimated Weight
  • Volume in cu ft
  • Thickness of insulation
  • R-Value
  • Tax rate
  • Delivered cost

Features of Fiberglass Insulation

Steel building insulation is basically blankets of woven long-strand fiberglass that are laminated on one side to a vapor-barrier facing.  Facing materials are applied to fiberglass insulation blankets to serve as a vapor retarder as well as a protected cover over the fiberglass. 

  • A standard 3″ tab runs along both sides of rolled-out insulation for easier handling during installation. You can request a 6″ tab
  • Double face tape and patch is a standard inclusion on insulation quoted by building measurements. Quotes of a specific square ft or number of rolls, patch, and double-face tapes are added upon request. 
  • Customers can indicate the cut length of their rolls. 
  • Standard insulation width: 3′, 4′, 5′, and 6′. 
  • Factory Steel Overstock standard quotes include a stronger VR-R “PLUS” facing instead of the industry-standard VR-R. 

With our cost-plus program, you pay only $350 above the wholesale cost.

Reasons to purchase Fiberglass Insulation

  • Thermal Efficiency
  • Cost-Effectiveness
  • Ease of Installation
  • Sound Dampening
  • Vapor Retard Protection is Moisture Resistant
  • It is NIA, NAIMA, and ASTM certified

For more information, click Fiberglass Resource Guide

Our Fiberglass Insulation Prices reflect these certifications.

Why pay more for the exact specifications, certifications, and materials originating at the same limited plants?

Certification Tage

Fiberglass Insulation is Naima 202-96 compliance

This is an independent test performed by Home Innovations.  When the facing is laminated to the fiberglass it crushes the fiberglass.  The test ensures that after manufacturing the product unrolls to the specified R-value.   Some manufacturers do not want to pay for this test and say they do in-house testing.  In these cases, the product often hits the field from these manufacturers which is less than performance.  With NAIMA 202-96 fiberglass guarantee you get the R-value you ask for.

An additional standards met or exceeded:

  • ASTM C991-08, Standard Specification for Flexible
    Fibrous Glass Insulation for Metal Buildings; Type II.

NIA Compliance

Meeting NIA standards for insulation means that a product or installation follows the guidelines set by the National Insulation Association. These standards ensure that insulation materials and methods are safe, efficient, and effective, leading to better energy conservation, reduced energy costs, and adherence to industry best practices for quality and environmental sustainability. Compliance signifies a commitment to maintaining high performance and reliability in insulation projects.

For more information, click Fiberglass Resource Guide

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Faced insulation over purlins.

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Faced insulation between purlins/girts. Unfaced insulation across purlins/girts.

Installing Single Layer Fiberglass Insulation

Not only are fiberglass insulation prices ideal, the material is easy to install.

To install the insulation, unroll it across the roof purlins or wall girts before putting up the exterior metal sheets. The insulation roll forms a layer trapped between the metal on the inside and the outer sheeting.

The fiberglass insulation is effectively squeezed between the inner metal surface and the outer shell. The vapor barrier, which typically has a white finish, should face the interior of the building, offering a neat and tidy appearance once installed. We make sure this facing is reinforced for added durability, ensuring our customers receive the strongest support possible. Using this method, you can attain insulation values up to R-19 with just a single layer.

The installation includes 3-inch tabs that should be folded over and stapled into place. Most order double-sided tape for straightforward application to the structure, along with a small amount of patch tape to fix any small rips that might occur.

Installing a Double Layer Fiberglass Insulation System

One of the advantages of using fiberglass insulation is its flexibility in enhancing insulation effectiveness by adding another layer, thereby improving its R-value. The maximum R-value achievable with a single layer is R-19, which corresponds to a thickness of 6 inches. The depth of your purlins will guide the thickness choice for the initial layer.

We provide rolls of faced fiberglass insulation, always ensuring they come with a reinforced backing for extra durability, which are set into the spaces between the purlins or girts. This setup is crucial as it leverages the cavity space to boost insulation performance.

The first layer of insulation is kept in place with bands attached to the purlins’ underside. Then, a second layer of unfaced insulation is laid across the top of these purlins or girts, establishing a dual-layer insulation arrangement that significantly increases the R-value.

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