As Delaware’s largest independent insulation contractor, Delmarva Insulation has the privilege of working on some of the largest multifamily and commercial insulation projects in the region.
As Delaware’s largest independent insulation contractor, Delmarva Insulation has the privilege of working on some of the largest multifamily and commercial insulation projects in the region. Delmarva Insulation is the right choice to insulate commercial and multifamily projects across Delaware because:
We are licensed and insured. We are properly certified to handle commercial and multifamily insulation work.
We are experienced. We have experience working on a variety of high-profile multifamily and commercial insulation jobs. We can handle your project.
Our large installer base. We have the staff to handle your install in a timely fashion.
We recently completed work on a multifamily condominium insulation project in Lewes, Delaware. This 40,000 square foot project called for sealing air leaks with fire caulk to help control the spread of fire while also stopping air transfer. Our team applied fire caulk on all top plates and bottom plates, on all corridor and party walls, as well as on all penetrations.
After air sealing, fiberglass batts and blown-in fiberglass insulation were installed to reduce
heat transfer and achieve the proper R-value.
If you are looking to hire a company with extensive multifamily and commercial insulation experience, Delmarva Insulation is the right choice!
Different types of insulation can be helpful depending on the project. Mineral wool is a great option to insulate commercial and industrial projects. What is mineral wool? Mineral wool insulation is also known as rock wool insulation or slag wool insulation. It is manufactured in batt and loose-fill forms, and can be used to insulate any area of a building. In addition to insulating commercial and industrial projects, mineral wool can be used to insulate residential homes.
Here’s a bit about what makes mineral wool insulation unique:
Mineral wool is manufactured from basalt, a volcanic rock, and is naturally fire retardant. This can be of particular interest in commercial and industrial construction projects.
Mineral wool has high thermal performance. It can withstand temperatures of over 700 degrees, making it ideal for commercial or industrial insulation applications that are exposed to extreme heat.
Mineral wool is naturally very moisture resistant. It retains its insulating qualities even when wet, making it a great option to insulate a space that faces moisture issues.