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Grade I Insulation Installation: Why Builders Should Care

June 28, 2017, 3:30 - 5:00 PM EST

Please join us for our June Webinar!

Fiberglass batts are the most common insulation type, but consistently getting Grade I installations with them can be difficult. To fix this two things need to happen:
1. Builders need to understand what insulation installation quality is and why they ought to care about it
2. Builders, insulation contractors and HERS raters need to have a clear playbook to deliver quality installation
The Insulation Institute has just released a new guide that addresses these two points. It makes the business case for builders on the value of proper installation. It also provides a quality management checklist for builders, raters and contractors to deliver Grade I jobs more easily and more consistently. Learn about how you can benefit from this guide and deliver added value to your builder customers.

About NAIMA and Insulation Institute
NAIMA (North American Insulation Manufacturers Association) is the recognized voice of the insulation industry, bringing together North American manufacturers of fiberglass and mineral wool insulation products.
Through the Insulation Institute™, we leverage the collective insulation expertise of our organization and our members to empower homeowners and professionals to make informed insulation choices. Our mission is to enable a more comfortable, energy efficient and sustainable future through insulation—and we are constantly working with building professionals, homeowners, government agencies, and public interest, energy and environmental groups to realize that vision.



Contact: Betsy Ames at 978.633.3013

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