CDMG Discusses Metal Building Insulation

June 18, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Canonsburg, Pennsylvania-based CDMG recently published a new blog entry where they outline the importance of proper insulation in a metal building.

Thomas M. Corry, a spokesperson for the company, invites the community to read their new article titled "The Best Options For Insulating A Metal Building.” He says, "While metal buildings are a great choice for a business, there are several aspects that one must consider before following through with this idea. One of the most important of these is the insulation, as this can be a very cost-effective way to reduce energy consumption when heating a building."

In this article, where CDMG discusses the best metal building insulation options, the company explains that it is more often than not a good idea to install proper insulation if the building is situated in an area with extreme temperature swings. Notably, this applies whether or not the building is made of metal. This is something that often escapes the mind of first-time builders and can cause some serious issues in the future, where repairs or expensive modifications may be needed to add insulation later on.

The specialists explain that insulation works by controlling the flow of heat through the walls and roofing of a building. A proper insulation package will slow the movement of heat, keeping it inside the building, during the winter, and doing the opposite during summer, where it prevents it from entering the building.

Proper insulation will also prevent the formation of condensation, blocking the passage of water vapor so it does not condense onto the interior building surface or dampen the insulation fibers. A direct consequence of not having insulation is the appearance of rust, caused by condensation and the water it creates. For metal buildings, this can be disastrous, as the building's structural integrity can be compromised if rust collects for an extended period of time. Corry explains, "This catastrophic result that can cost tens of thousands of dollars to fix in the future can be easily prevented with proper insulation. This will prevent condensation from forming in your roof and walls of your building, extending a building's lifespan greatly."

CDMG advises that there are certain factors to look into when trying to choose a type of insulation, as different materials provide different benefits and may be better for one's specific situation. They state that the first factor to consider is the thermal performance that an insulation material will provide a building. A material with high thermal performance will greatly increase the building's ability to disperse heat, but it will also cost more and may not be entirely necessary. Other materials may be more efficient at preventing, or slowing, the flow of moisture throughout the building. All those interested are invited to get a custom quote for a metal building project through CDMG’s website, where a thorough description of their services can be found as well.

The company states that they recommend Nucor Building Systems for insulation, given that they boast a well-rounded coverage of the aforementioned areas. Nucor offers a full line of insulated metal wall and roof panels that have cutting edge energy efficiency and embody attractive styling. Their panels are designed with the latest scientific advancements, making them both lightweight and durable while maintaining ease of installation and visual appeal.

Having been in the industry for a number of years, CDMG is a leading company in the metal building industry, offering services that range from Project Management to Engineering, Automation, Construction Management, Design and Building, and Building Supplies.

"We recognize that the success of construction projects is dependent on good engineering and design principles," states CDMG. "We take pride in achieving the best results via our team's thorough planning and scheduling, complemented by effective teamwork among all project participants. We rely on a team that excels in all of these areas, using a precise understanding of the project’s unique requirements and the customer’s needs to deliver fit-for-purpose designs and personalized service."

One can learn more about CDMG services here, or by contacting Thomas M. Corry, who will gladly answer any inquiries from prospective clients. Interested parties may also visit the company's blog section, where they regularly publish posts related to their areas of expertise.

###

For more information about CDMG, contact the company here:

CDMG
Thomas M. Corry
(724) 873-4700
info@cdmg.com
Southpointe Industrial Park 150 Technology Drive Canonsburg, PA 15317

ReleaseID: 60028948

Latest News

Kenya patient free of Ebola, as Congo, Uganda fight outbreak

Aug 23, 2019

NAIROBI, Kenya — Kenya remains free from Ebola as test results show that a sick woman does not have the deadly hemorrhagic fever, while neighboring Uganda and Congo battle a stubborn outbreak of the disease. Kenya's Health Minister Sicily Kariuki Monday announced that a patient isolated at the Kericho County Referral Hospital does not have Ebola. "The results of tests carried out by the Kenya Medical Research Institute laboratories on the 36-year-old lady currently admitted in the isolation unit of the Kericho County Referral hospital have been confirmed to be negative for the Ebola virus disease and other hemorrhagic fevers,"...

Egypt demands Christie's halt auction of King Tut statue

Aug 23, 2019

CAIRO — Egypt has tried to halt the auction of a 3,000-year-old stone sculpture of the famed boy pharaoh Tutankhamun at Christie's in London, while the auction house said its sale was legal. The statue — a brown quartzite head depicting King Tut — is scheduled to be auctioned off in July, and could generate more than $5 million, according to Christie's. The artifact features King Tut's full mouth with slightly drooping lower lips and almond-shaped eyes. For many, King Tut is the ultimate symbol of ancient Egypt's glory. Howard Carter discovered the pharaoh's nearly intact tomb in 1922 in...

Egypt says ancient cemetery found at Giza famed pyramids

Aug 23, 2019

CAIRO — Egypt's Antiquities Ministry says archaeologists have uncovered part of an ancient cemetery near the country's famed pyramids on the Giza plateau just outside Cairo. Mostafa Waziri, secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, says Saturday the cemetery houses burial shafts and tombs of top officials and a fine limestone statue from the Old Kingdom's Fifth Dynasty (2465-2323 B.C.). Ashraf Mohi, the head of the Giza Plateau archaeological site, says scientists know that the cemetery had been reused extensively in the Late Period (664-332 B.C.), as archeologists found painted and decorated wooden anthropoid coffins, and wooden and clay...

AP Explains: Why this Ebola outbreak is a special challenge

Aug 23, 2019

JOHANNESBURG — More than 1,000 deaths have now been confirmed in eastern Congo's Ebola outbreak, the second-worst in history behind the West African one in 2014-16 that killed more than 11,300 people. Attacks on health workers are badly complicating efforts to contain one of the world's most notorious diseases. At least 85 have been wounded or killed since January. Here's a look at why the outbreak is especially challenging, even as a promising experimental vaccine is being used widely for the first time. Nervous health experts watch as the virus spreads in a dense, highly mobile population near the border...

New cyclone begins to make landfall in northern Mozambique

Aug 23, 2019

JOHANNESBURG — A powerful tropical cyclone began to make landfall on Thursday in Mozambique, just six weeks after Cyclone Idai devastated the central part of the country and left hundreds dead. Authorities carried out compulsory evacuations in cases where residents resisted warnings to flee. Cyclone Kenneth is expected to bring heavy rains and flooding to northeastern Mozambique, which was not hit by the earlier storm, and southern Tanzania, which told coastal residents to evacuate. The cyclone arrived in Mozambique north of the city of Pemba with maximum sustained winds of 220 kilometers (136 miles) per hour, the Joint Typhoon Warning...

About Us

Delivering news from all over the globe, StarJournal keeps you abreast with the greatest minds in science, be it researchers, theorists or even popularizers.

Contact us: sales[at]starjournals.com

Subscribe Now!