This phase includes constant monitoring and interaction. We keep an eye on budgets to ensure the lowest costs, stay on top of schedules for timely delivery and work closely with the design team to create your vision.
The most common sound insulation in commercial construction is unfaced fiberglass batts installed in interior walls and demising walls. Roxual batts can be used in these same areas also. We at J & L Insulation highly recommend insulating the walls surrounding all restrooms, conference rooms, and offices for the best acoustical performance in a commercial project.
J & L Insulation offers a variety of different cap sheets that can be applied to warehouse ceilings for a finished look that also can improve the lighting. These cap sheets come in a variety of colors, textures, and tensile strength for many different types of applications. The cap sheets can also be combined with an unfaced fiberglass batt to improve the thermal envelope of the ceiling.
J & L Insulation can insulate enclosed cavities of existing exterior walls, existing ceilings, existing floors, and existing interior walls with fiberglass loose fill insulation or cellulose insulation. Our crews would drill holes into the enclosed cavity and fill the cavities with either fiberglass or cellulose to attain the R-value of insulation you require.
There are two types of flame spread rated batts, unfaced and foil faced. Unfaced batts are commonly used in commercial buildings in exterior walls covered with drywall, mechanically secured to a roof deck when an acoustical ceiling is installed below the roof, and for sound control laid on top of an acoustical ceiling.
The foil faced flame spread rated batt is used in an exterior wall or ceiling that is not going to be covered with drywall.