R-Value 15.3 Reflective Insulation (White Facing)

Radiant Barrier Insulation

Factory Steel Overstock has the highest radiant barrier insulation r value available in the market. Our R-High Value Reflective Insulation 15.3 has an attractive white finish. The rolls are 4′ x 175′ feet long. Within the tabs below you access additional information.

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Reflective Insulation:

The radiant barrier insulation r value makes this one of the most appealing choices. If you are ready to buy today, simply Name Your Price or Request a Wholesale Quote by filling out one of the forms listed within What Makes Us Different (below tab). Our representative will speak with you before completing a quote. Questions call 1-888-512-1116.

How to buy Reflective Insulation at Wholesale Rates

Name Your Price

  • This option is exclusively for customers who know the exact market price for their steel building or insulation.
  • Can name their exact purchase price.
  • $350 Insulation brokerage fee for up to $25,000 of wholesale cost
Instructions
  1. Fill out the Name Your Price Form A representative will speak with you to verify your intent.
  2. If your desired purchase price is achieved, sign the proposal, return it, and pay the brokerage fee THAT DAY.
  3. Factory Steel Overstock will submit the order and service it through delivery and beyond.

Wholesale Custom Quotes

  • Select this option if you want assistance with choosing items for your project.
  • $350 – $500 brokerage fee for insulation orders.
Instructions
  1. Fill Out an Insulation Quote-Order.
  2. Call 1-888-512-1116. A representative will confirm your intentions to purchase and an assessment of your quote request.
  3. Receive a wholesale quote, that confirms savings. Sign the proposal and return it. For reflective insulation orders, pay the wholesale cost + $350 brokerage fee to FSO.
  4. Factory Steel Overstock will submit the order and service it through delivery and beyond.
  • Reflective insulation delivery is in 7-10 days.

Factory Steel Overstock’s High R-Value Reflective Insulation is the best insulation for Pole Barns and Steel Buildings

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Fiberglass Insulation will loose some of its R-value as well as crack

Eventually, fiberglass insulation will get wet and once it does it will lose its R-Value. The trapped water will also cause mold, rust, and oxidation. Not to mention, fiberglass insulation isn’t a radiant barrier. However, our High R-Value Reflective insulation is not affected by humidity. Remember there will always be some humidity and insulation must work in these conditions. Take a look at the picture on the right, eventually, this is the outcome of Fiberglas Insulation. Not to mention, it is quite common to notice some sagging and flaking a few years after installation.

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Why you shouldn’t use spray foam insulation

  1. It is too expensive
  2. It doesn’t protect your steel building from radiant heat transfer.
  3. It is labor extensive, so a professional is required for installation 
  4. A great deal of spray foam can release toxic fumes when it burns
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The Difference Between Foil, Single Bubble, and Double Bubble Insulation for Metal Buildings.

 

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Radiant Layered Insulation

Reflective Bubble Insulation

Double Bubble insulation for metal buildings will offer some R-value, a radiant and vapor barrier. Beyond this point, they have little in common with our high-R-value insulation. You see, FSO’s insulation of polyethylene foam center keeps its shape when exposed to numerous forces. This is very important! Under pressure, if insulation collapses, it loses its capacity to be an effective radiant and vapor barrier. With a 6-psi pressure, FSO’s high R-Value insulation only collapses 6%. Keep in mind, that when the pressure is relieved, it fully forms back to its initial shape! This is not the case with Single or double-bubble insulation for metal buildings.

Single or Double Bubble Insulation

This insulation is composed of air bubbles sandwiched between metal surfaces. Double bubble simply means a second layer of bubbles; however, we have found there isn’t much difference in performance between the two. Once a bubble is punctured it naturally loses some of its shape as well as radiant and vapor protection. Remember, all bubbles can pop! Conclusion: The Double Bubble insulation for metal buildings r value value will decrease.

Foil Reflective Insulation

Do you think that a simple piece of foil is going to offer much protection? I could elaborate, but common sense is all that is needed here!

Double Bubble Insulation for Metal Buildings is not LAYERED like ours. 

R17 & 22 Values
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The Best Insulation for Metal Buildings and Pole Barns

  • Available High R-Value – 15.3 (white facing), 17 and 22 (reinforced reflective facing)
  • It is ICC-ES Recognized
  • R-Value unaffected by outside humidity
  • It prevents 97% of radiant transfer (the primary source of heat flow)
  • Is a vapor barrier
  • Prevents condensation
  • 19 dba contact noise reduction
  • 90 Celsius (194 F) contact temperature rating
  • UV resistance
  • Center is polyethylene foam instead of air bubbles.
  • Material does not allow mold or mildew
  • Does not provide for nesting or rodents, bugs or birds
  • Easy seals around nails (no leaks)
  • 100% recyclable virgin raw materials; therefore eco -friendly. 
  • Its surface keeps it airflow
  • Lighter weight; therefore, less cumbersome installation than fiberglass batt
  • Significant price savings over fiberglass batt and spay of same R-Value standard
  • Delivery times (fiberglass average delivery is 2 to 3 weeks vs. reflective is 7 to 10 days).

With Factory Steel Overstock, you see the actual wholesale cost as well as the profit amount separated for transparency and clarity. Your quote/invoice will include:

  • Type of Insulation
  • Number of rolls
  • Width of rolls
  • Length of rolls
  • Total square ft of insulation
  • Thickness of insulation
  • R-Value
  • Wholesale Delivered Cost 
  • Profit Amount

For more information, click Reflective Resource Guide

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It is the customer’s SOLE responsibility to verify with their local building department what certification documentation they may need BEFORE ordering a steel building or insulation.

With that said, Factory Steel Overstock only aligns with companies that have displayed a LONG consistent record of quality materials and service!

Factory Steel Overstock was established in 2011 and has an A+ Better Business Bureau Grade and a 5-star Rating! Testimonial

Installations Procedures:

The method you choose will determine the materials you will need:

  • Reflective or Double-Sided Tape
  • Steel sealant
  • Metal Pins and Caps
  • Knife
  • Heat Gun
  • Reflective Tape – purpose is to seal the seams. This is applied to Reflective (White facing). It is not need with R17 because there is a adhesive already on the rolls and for R22, a heat gun is used to seal the seams.
  • Double-Sided Tape purpose is to make sure the insulation doesn’t blow away during the installation process as well as helps attach insulation to the surfaces and seals seams.
  • Steel Sealant – Is a super glue that is used to attached insulation with the metal pin to surfaces such as wood, aluminum, steel and much more.
  • Metal Pins and Caps – Are used to attached insulation to surfaces such as wood, aluminum, steel and much more.
  • Knife – To cut insulation
  • Heat Gun – Purpose is to seal the seams on our R22
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Installation for New Metal Building Construction 

  1. The first step is to apply double-sided tape on purlins to keep insulation from blowing away 
  2. Then simply roll the insulation (whether reflective or fiberglass) perpendicular to the purlin.
  3. The insulation should sag approximately 2′ inches to create a air-cap.
  4. It is best to purchase reflective tape or double-sided tape to seal each seam. If you are purchasing our R-Value 17, it has an adhesive attached to the rolls (picture on the right); therefore, you don’t need seam tape. If you are purchasing an R-22, it seals with a Heat gun (picture in the middle).
  5. Lastly, attached sheeting.
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Installation for New Pole Barn Construction 

  1. Apply double-sided tape on top of framing to keep insulation from blowing away.
  2. Then roll the insulation (whether reflective or fiberglass) perpendicular to the purlin.
  3. Have cap nails, screws with locking washers. Alternative is 1/2″ staples to directly attach the insulation to the wood framing.
  4. Again, for best performance, create a airspace of 3/4″ or more. 3/4″ furring strips are great. Another option to create an airspace is to push the insulation in a few inches.
  5. Again if you have purchased R 15.3 (white), tape the seam with reflective tape. 

Insulation steps for Erected Steel Structures

The retrofitting instructions refer to buildings with or without prior insulation layers. It also refers to buildings that already have sheeting installed.

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Tubular Buildings

  1. The insulation is rolled perpendicular to the framing. Don’t be concerned about the space between the framing because the insulation is laying the opposite direction.
  2. The insulation is attached using self -drilling screws. We recommend 3/4″ screws with locking washers.
  3. If you are buying Reflective (white facing) R15.3, purchase reflective tape to seal seams. This is not needed with R22 or R17 orders. With R22, the seams are attached with a heat gun. With R17, there is adhesive attached to each roll. 

I -Beam and Web Steel Structures

Two common insulation methods used below


Method 1: The insulation is attached with the use of pins and caps. 

Items needed: Reflective tape, Metal Sealant, Pins and caps

  1. Start by putting a glob of glue on base of the pin. Then press the pin on to the sheeting. Space the pins 1 every square foot. It will take approximately 24 hours for glue to fully secure.
  2. Push the insulation through the pin. Once done, put the cap on the pin to secure the insulation
  3. Then snip the end of the pins. 

Method 2: Your insulation is attached with double sided and glue

  1. A line of glue and double side tape should run adjacent to each other on the bottom on the I-beam. The tape is a short-term hold and the glue is a longer-term hold. 

For best performance, make sure to have a 3/4″ air -cap or more. Also, make sure you seal the seams.

Insulation Steps for Erected Pole Barn Structures

The retrofitting instructions refer to buildings with or without prior insulation layers. It also refers to buildings that already have sheeting installed.

Retrofitting Insulation between purlins and girts

  1. When attaching insulation between The Framing

Use cap nails, and screws that have locking washers. The alternative is 1/2″ stables. For best results, leave air 1″ air gap.

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Order to Delivery for Steel Buildings and Insulation

Step #1- Start by calculating a wholesale price online.

To receive a wholesale quote:

  • KNOW what you want
  • KNOW the market price for what you want
  • AFTER receiving a quote below market prices, pay brokerage fee that same day.

Step #2- If you are ready to buy, Submit the Order Form or call 1-888-512-1116.

A representative will answer questions and email you a wholesale quote as well as a link to pay the brokerage fee.

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Step #3 – Pay the brokerage fee & Sign Proposal/Contract

$1,000 Steel Building Brokerage Fee. $550 Insulation Brokerage Fee.

  • Building and Fiberglass Insulation Orders – After proposal is signed and profit amount is paid, the customer pays a building deposit (30% of total) directly to the Certified “IAS” manufacturer within 5 days of order. For Fiberglass insulation orders, the balance is paid directly to certified insulation laminator within 3 days of order.
  • Reflective Insulation OrdersPay the full insulation cost to Factory Steel Overstock after (same day) receiving the quoted savings. Questions call 1-888-512-1116

Step #4- Receive Order Confirmation # and a Scheduling Letter

Once Factory Steel Overstock receives a Building Order, a Summation of the Order is emailed before the order is processed. This step enables the customer an additional opportunity to review their Building Order before engineering and plan design can begin. Once the order is submitted to the certified IAS fabricator, the customer receives a Scheduling Letter that includes the Job#, the expected date of plan completion, and a week of building delivery.

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  • Building Orders – A Summation of Order specifies the building size and codes.
  • Insulation Orders – Customers receive an Order Acknowledgement (Order Confirmation) email that includes the Order job #.

Step #5 – Receive Certified Building Plans or Insulation Cut List

Building Orders – Customers receive 2 FREE sets of certified stamped anchor bolt plans, with erection instructions as well as a letter of certification via Fed Express. A PDF of plans is mailed upon customer request. Customers normally bring these documents to their local building department for permits. A Fiberglass Insulation Cut List can be emailed upon customer request.

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  • Building Orders -Certified plans are completed within 3-4 weeks and buildings are normally delivered within 9 weeks.
  • Fiberglass Insulation Orders– A Cut List – upon request –is completed within 2 days of order.

Step #6 – Get a Confirmed Scheduled Delivery Date

Two weeks before building deliveries, the customer receives an email with the exact Shipping (or Pick Up) date and “Balances Due”. Buildings are delivered Monday through Friday at 8:00 am. Customers pay balances 10 days before delivery. A COD payment option has to be approved at the time of order.   

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  • Building Orders: Customers Receive an email confirming the exact delivery date, balances owed, and instructions two weeks prior to delivery.
  • Insulation Orders- Customers receive a call confirming the delivery date 48 hours before delivery. Reflective Insulation is delivered within 7-10 days from order and Fiberglass insulation is delivered within 2 to 3 weeks.

Step #7 – Accept Materials and Sign for Delivery

Customers will receive a bill of the label (inventory sheet) when the truck arrives. Simple sign this sheet that acknowledges delivery of materials.

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  • Building Orders -It is the customer’s responsibility to have an all-terrain forklift present to unload building materials. Please take inventory asap. In the rare event something is missing or damaged, please email Factory Steel Overstock the specific part#, picture of the damaged item, and the building Job #.
  • Insulation Orders – Machinery is not required with insulation deliveries.

Mission Statement:

At Factory Steel Overstock, our mission is to empower our customers to build for the future by providing top-quality steel buildings and insulation solutions at wholesale cost with low brokerage fees. We are committed to delivering innovative, sustainable, and cost-effective building and insulation solutions that not only meet our customers’ immediate needs but also exceed their long-term expectations.

Our core values of integrity, excellence, and customer-centricity drive everything we do. We aim to be a trusted partner, guiding our customers through every step of their building and insulation projects, from concept to completion. We believe that every transaction is a testament to our dedication to integrity, transparency, and savings.

We are passionate about making a positive impact on our customers’ lives and the environment. Through our expertise in I-Beam steel buildings and cutting-edge insulation technologies, we strive to enhance the energy efficiency, comfort, and sustainability of the spaces our customers create.

At Factory Steel Overstock, we are not just in the business of selling steel buildings and insulation; we are in the business of building lasting relationships. We are committed to fostering collaboration, offering tailored solutions, and ensuring the success of every project we undertake.

As we move forward, we remain dedicated to innovation, environmental responsibility, and the pursuit of excellence. Our mission is to help our customers build smarter, more efficient, and more sustainable spaces inexpensively that stand the test of time. Together, we build the future.

Exploring the Benefits of Factory Steel Overstock Wholesale Insulation Over Fiberglass Insulation

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When it comes to insulating your home, commercial space, or agricultural steel and pole buildings, the choices can seem overwhelming. From traditional fiberglass insulation to newer, innovative alternatives like Factory Steel Overstock’s Reflective High R-Value insulation, selecting the right insulation material is crucial to ensuring energy efficiency, comfort, and cost-effectiveness. In recent years, FSO’s Reflective insulation has gained popularity, and many people are opting for it over traditional fiberglass insulation. In this article, we will delve into the reasons behind this preference and explore the benefits that make FSO’s Reflective insulation a compelling choice.

  1. Environmental Considerations

One of the primary factors driving the shift towards High R-Vale insulation is its eco-friendly nature. Unlike fiberglass insulation, which is made from spun glass fibers, FSO’s Reflective insulation is constructed from recycled materials, typically paper and cardboard. By choosing FSO’s Reflective Insulation, homeowners and businesses contribute to a sustainable future, as this insulation material reduces landfill waste and lessens the demand for resource-intensive materials.

Moreover, fiberglass insulation production generates significant greenhouse gas emissions due to its energy-intensive manufacturing process. In contrast, FSO’ Reflective Insulation has a lower carbon footprint, as it involves a less energy-intensive production process, making it an environmentally responsible choice.

  1. Health and Safety

Health and safety concerns also play a pivotal role in the preference for FSO’s Reflective insulation. Fiberglass insulation, with its tiny glass fibers, can be hazardous to handle without proper protective gear. Inhaling or coming into contact with these fibers can lead to skin irritation and respiratory problems, making installation and maintenance of fiberglass insulation a potentially risky endeavor.

On the other hand, FSO’s Reflective insulation poses no such risks. It is made from non-toxic materials and is free from irritants, making it a safer option for both DIY enthusiasts and professional installers. This safety advantage is especially crucial in residential spaces with pets and children, where concerns about exposure to harmful substances are paramount.

  1. Ease of Installation

Podex insulation offers an edge in terms of installation. Unlike fiberglass insulation, which requires meticulous handling to prevent skin irritation and respiratory issues, FSO’s Reflective insulation is easy to work with. It typically comes in the form of rolls or batts, which can be cut to fit the desired space with minimal effort.

Furthermore, FSO’s Reflective insulation is generally less itchy and messy compared to fiberglass. The absence of glass fibers in FSO’s Reflective materials makes it a more user-friendly option, streamlining the installation process. This ease of installation not only saves time but also reduces labor costs for those who hire professionals for the job.

  1. Thermal Performance

Both FSO’ Reflective Insulation and fiberglass insulation offer effective thermal performance, but FSO’s Reflective insulation has some unique qualities that make it stand out. FSO’s Reflective insulation can better maintain its R-value (a measure of thermal resistance) over time compared to fiberglass. This means that it remains a reliable insulating material for longer periods, helping homes and businesses to conserve energy and reduce heating and cooling costs more effectively.

Additionally, FSO’s Reflective insulation is not prone to settling or sagging, a common issue with fiberglass insulation. This means that once installed, it retains its insulating properties without degrading or losing effectiveness over time, ensuring long-term energy savings.

  1. Acoustic Insulation

FSO’s Reflective insulation excels in providing acoustic insulation, a feature that may not be as prominent in fiberglass insulation. Due to its dense and sound-absorbing properties, FSO’s Reflective helps reduce noise transmission within a building. This is particularly beneficial in residential areas where privacy and noise control are essential, as well as in commercial settings where soundproofing can enhance the overall comfort of the space.

  1. Fire Resistance

Another advantage of FSO’s Reflective insulation is its inherent fire resistance. While fiberglass insulation can be a fire hazard due to its flammable nature, FSO’s Reflective Insulation is treated with fire-resistant chemicals during production, making it a safer choice for homes and commercial buildings. This fire-resistant quality can be a critical factor in locations where building codes and safety regulations are stringent.

Conclusion

The preference for FSO’s reflective insulation over fiberglass insulation is driven by a range of compelling benefits. No tonly is FSO’s Reflective Insulation Wholesale offered, it has environmental advantages by using recycled materials and producing fewer greenhouse gas emissions, but it also provides health and safety benefits, ease of installation, superior thermal performance, acoustic insulation, and fire resistance. These factors make FSO’s Reflective insulation a more attractive option for those looking to insulate their homes and commercial spaces effectively while considering the long-term impact on the environment and occupants’ well-being. As sustainability and health-consciousness continue to be significant factors in construction and home improvement, the demand for FSO’s Reflective is likely to persist and grow.

The Surging Popularity of High R-Value Reflective Insulation Over Spray Foam Insulation

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Selecting the right insulation material is a critical decision when it comes to building or renovating homes and commercial spaces. Two popular options that often stand at the forefront are High R-Value Reflective insulation and spray foam insulation. While both offer their own unique advantages, many people are leaning towards Reflective High R-Value insulation for various reasons. In this article, we will explore why High R-Value Reflective insulation is increasingly preferred over spray foam insulation.

  1. Environmental Consciousness

Environmental concerns are driving many individuals and businesses to choose High R-Value Reflective insulation over spray foam. Spray foam insulation, often made from chemicals with volatile organic compounds (VOCs), poses potential risks to indoor air quality and the environment during installation. Additionally, the production of these chemicals and the process of applying spray foam can be energy-intensive and contribute to greenhouse gas emissions.

In contrast, High R-Value insulation is known for its eco-friendliness. It is typically made from recycled paper and cardboard materials, which are sustainable and pose minimal environmental risks. This choice appeals to those who prioritize reducing their carbon footprint and minimizing the use of harmful chemicals in their homes or workplaces.

  1. Health and Safety

The safety of occupants and installers is another crucial factor in favor of High R-Value insulation. Spray foam insulation requires professional installation due to the potential health hazards associated with the chemicals used. During installation, it’s important to wear protective gear and ensure proper ventilation, making it a complicated and often expensive process.

High R-Value insulation, on the other hand, is a safer and more accessible option. It doesn’t involve the use of hazardous chemicals or produce harmful fumes during installation. Consequently, it’s a preferred choice for DIY enthusiasts and professional installers alike, minimizing the risks associated with working with insulation materials.

  1. Cost-Effectiveness

High R-Value insulation often comes out as the more cost-effective option when compared to spray foam insulation. The materials for High R-Value are usually more affordable, and the installation process is simpler, which reduces labor costs. Spray foam insulation, on the other hand, can be more expensive due to the specialized equipment and expertise required for its application.

Furthermore, High R-Value insulation is less prone to errors during installation, while improper application of spray foam can result in subpar insulation, leading to energy inefficiency and subsequent costs.

  1. Ease of Installation

High R-Value Reflective insulation boasts an advantage in terms of ease of installation. It typically comes in the form of rolls or batts, which can be cut and fitted with relative simplicity. This is in contrast to spray foam insulation, which demands skill and precision during application. The foam must be carefully mixed, and the spraying process requires expertise to ensure a uniform and effective insulation layer.

High R-Value Reflective insulation straightforward installation process makes it a more practical choice for homeowners and professionals alike, saving time and effort. In turn, this ease of installation can result in lower labor costs and reduced room for error.

  1. Moisture and Pest Resistance

High R-Value Reflective insulation, being made of paper and cardboard materials, is naturally more resistant to moisture and pests compared to spray foam. Spray foam insulation, while offering excellent insulation properties, can be susceptible to water infiltration if not installed correctly. In addition, pests can chew through or nest within the foam.

High R-Value Reflective insulation resistance to moisture and pests can be particularly appealing in regions with high humidity, as well as in areas prone to termite or rodent infestations. Its durability contributes to the long-term efficiency and integrity of the insulation.

Conclusion

The increasing preference for High R-Value Reflective insulation over spray foam insulation is founded on a combination of environmental consciousness, health and safety considerations, cost-effectiveness, ease of installation, and resistance to moisture and pests. These factors align with the shifting priorities of consumers and builders who seek efficient, eco-friendly, and safe insulation options that do not compromise on performance. As the demand for sustainable and health-conscious construction practices continues to grow, High R- Value Reflective insulation is likely to maintain its place as a favored choice for those looking to create energy-efficient and environmentally responsible living and working spaces.

The Unsurpassed Appeal of High R- Value Reflective Insulation Over Foam Board Insulation

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Selecting the right insulation for your home or commercial space is a decision that impacts energy efficiency, comfort, and long-term savings. In recent years, High R-Value insulation has emerged as a preferred choice over traditional foam board insulation, garnering the attention of builders and homeowners alike. In this article, we will explore the reasons behind this growing preference and delve into the advantages that make High R-Value Reflective insulation a top choice when compared to foam board insulation.

  1. Environmental Responsibility

Environmental considerations are increasingly influencing people’s choices, and High R-Value Reflective insulation aligns more closely with sustainable values. Unlike foam board insulation, which is often made from non-renewable petrochemicals and can have a high embodied energy footprint, High R-Value Reflective insulation typically consists of recycled materials, including paper and cardboard. This environmentally responsible choice resonates with those seeking to reduce their carbon footprint and lower their impact on the planet.

Moreover, the production process for foam board insulation can contribute to the release of harmful greenhouse gases. In contrast, High R-Value Reflective insulation offers a lower carbon footprint and supports recycling efforts by utilizing materials that might otherwise become waste.

  1. Health and Safety

Health and safety are paramount considerations for homeowners and builders. Foam board insulation materials, such as polystyrene and polyurethane, are derived from petrochemicals and can emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) during installation. These emissions can degrade indoor air quality and pose potential health risks for occupants.

High R-Value Reflective insulation, made primarily from recycled paper and cardboard, is free from the chemicals and VOC emissions that can be associated with foam board insulation. It’s non-toxic, non-irritating, and safer to handle. This safety advantage is especially crucial in homes and commercial spaces where indoor air quality and the health of occupants are paramount.

  1. Ease of Installation

One significant advantage of High R-Value Reflective insulation over foam board insulation is its ease of installation. High R-Value Reflective Insulation typically comes in rolls or batts, which can be cut and fitted into the desired spaces without the need for specialized tools or extensive expertise. This streamlined installation process can lead to significant savings in both time and labor costs.

Foam board insulation, on the other hand, requires precision during installation. The rigid boards need to be carefully measured and cut, and proper sealing is essential to achieve the desired insulation performance. This often necessitates professional installers, further increasing project costs.

  1. Moisture Resistance

High R-Value Reflective insulation has a natural resistance to moisture, thanks to its paper and cardboard composition. This quality makes it an ideal choice in areas with high humidity or the potential for water infiltration. In contrast, foam board insulation can be susceptible to water damage if not adequately sealed or if it becomes punctured or damaged over time.

High R-Value Reflective Insulation moisture resistance is particularly appealing in applications like basement insulation or in areas prone to flooding. Its ability to maintain insulation integrity even in the presence of moisture contributes to long-term energy efficiency.

  1. Fire Resistance

Fire safety is a critical factor in insulation selection. While foam board insulation can be flammable and requires additional fire-resistant treatments, High R-Value Reflective insulation is naturally fire-resistant. This inherent fire resistance makes High R-Value Reflective insulation a safer choice for homes and buildings, especially in locations with strict building codes and fire safety regulations.

Conclusion

The preference for High R-Value Reflective insulation over foam board insulation is rooted in environmental consciousness, health and safety considerations, ease of installation, moisture resistance, and fire resistance. As individuals and businesses increasingly prioritize sustainable and health-conscious construction practices, High R-Value Reflective insulation has gained recognition as a leading choice. Its ability to provide energy efficiency, safety, and environmental responsibility positions it as a superior insulation material for those seeking long-term performance and comfort in their living and working spaces.

The Simplest and Smartest Savings Program in the Industry

Factory Steel Overstock was founded in 2011 by a Spiritual Practitioner and a 35-year industry veteran. The program enables ready buyers to know the true wholesale costs and savings before paying the brokerage fee! Start by reviewing posted prices. Then on the day they are ready to buy, they fill out a Name Your Price or Wholesale Quote form. Questions 1-888-512-1116.

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Our PROMISE

  1. If a lower price than Your Named Price is attained, you will be presented with that lower price. Factory Steel Overstock will not pocket the difference!
  2. For Wholesale Quotes, we will present you our EXACT wholesale cost! This price is guaranteed below market quotes of equal specifications – TERMS.

Your Promise

Upon receiving a price below market quotes, you PROMISE to pay the brokerage fee the SAME DAY of the received price.

Important: This no-upfront-cost savings program is designed for ready buyers. If you’re not prepared to pay the brokerage fee on the same day as receiving our quoted savings, please refrain from requesting a wholesale quote. Failure to pay the fee will result in a permanent ban from purchasing from Factory Steel Overstock’s Cost-Plus program. Questions 1-888-512-1116.

How to buy Metal Building Kits and Insulation at Wholesale Rates

Name Your Price

  • This option is exclusively for customers who know the exact market price for their steel building or insulation.
  • Can name their exact purchase price.
  • $350 Insulation brokerage fee for up to $25,000 of wholesale cost
  • $750 brokerage fee for up to $100,000 of wholesale cost on metal building kits.
Instructions
  1. Fill out the Name Your Price Form A representative will speak with you to verify your intent.
  2. If your desired purchase price is achieved, sign the proposal, return it, and pay the brokerage fee THAT DAY.
  3. Factory Steel Overstock will submit the order and service it through delivery and beyond.

Wholesale Custom Quotes

  • Select this option if you want assistance with choosing items for your project.
  • $350 – $500 brokerage fee for insulation orders.
  • $1,500 brokerage fee for steel building orders.
Instructions
  1. Fill Out an Insulation Quote-Order or Metal Building Kit Quote-Order Form.
  2. Call 1-888-512-1116. A representative will confirm your intentions to purchase and an assessment of your quote request.
  3. Receive a wholesale quote, that confirms savings. Sign the proposal and return it. Pay a $350 – $500 brokerage fee for Fiberglass Insulation orders or a $1,500 brokerage fee for Custom Building Orders. For reflective insulation orders, pay the wholesale cost + $350 brokerage fee to FSO.
  4. Factory Steel Overstock will submit the order and service it through delivery and beyond. For Building orders, pay a 30% building deposit to a certified manufacturer within 5 days. For Fiberglass orders, pay the wholesale fiberglass cost + taxes to the supplier within 3 days of the order.