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EnergyWise Can Analyze and Engineer The Mechanical System of Your New Home or Commercial Building Like No One Else. We Guarantee It!
When it comes to ultra energy efficiency, total comfort, and healthier indoor air, we have the answers based on having engineered “intelligent efficiency” into over 40,000 homes and commercial buildings.
The key to understanding “intelligent efficiency” is to stop thinking about energy efficiency simply in terms of individual components (e.g., furnaces, air conditioners, insulation, or windows) and to start thinking about it in terms of the entire system. When engineering homes and commercial buildings, EnergyWise utilizes a “total systems approach” which considers geographic location, windows, doors, HVAC engineering and hardware, insulation package, air filtration and more. We take the guesswork out of optimizing the HVAC performance of any home or building while incorporating all the other inherent benefits of building the ultra energy efficient way. No one else comes close!
Owens Corning commercial building insulation products provide solutions for maximizing protection from the elements and minimizing noise. With a full range of products to meet every insulation need, from Fiberglas™ 700 Series Insulation for energy savings to Sound Attenuation Batt Insulation for noise reduction, these proven products
Sprayed polyurethane foam has a closed cell structure and is water resistant. It must, however, be protected with a covering to prevent surface degradation caused by UV exposure. Elastomeric coatings correctly specified and applied will protect polyurethane foam from this surface degradation.
Spray-applied polyurethane foam can provide an excellent insulating and/or weatherproofing augmentation to metal buildings. Polyurethane foam forms an integral bond with the metal building surface conforming to irregular surface profiles and providing an effective air seal.
The performance of a spray-applied polyurethane foam insulation system depends on the performance of all the component parts as well as ambient conditions within and without the building.