Did you know that hospitals spend more on energy per square foot than all other building types (except for food service and food sales)? And U.S. schools spend more on energy each year than they do on computers and textbooks combined. So how do hospital and school facility managers, architects and contractors find ways to lower energy usage costs? Given that heating and cooling account for a large share of electricity and natural gas consumption in buildings, insulation is crucial for energy efficiency by keeping heat/cool in and out via the right type of building and roof insulation. There are many insulation types, Facility Management and Insulfoam’s Director of Sales and National Accounts, John Cambruzzi, outline why expanded polystyrene (EPS) is growing in popularity by reducing material and labor costs while meeting energy efficient goals for hospitals and schools.
Read more at Facility Management, Tips for cost-Effective High Thermal Insulation. In this article you will learn:
- EPS Insulation in Short: what is EPS and it’s key performance attributes
- Ways To Save Money With EPS Insulation: EPS product options and their cost saving benefits
- More Solutions: what other capacity EPS can be used in