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The complex and intricate designs of a university or college empower architectural firms (and often the establishment’s architectural students) to find innovative and smart ways to create an energy efficient design that performs.

Seeking the right insulation specifications for university buildings can assist architectural firms determine which insulation type is the best insulation for their university or college project. Local building codes and climate zones can also play a role in understanding which insulation is the best university insulation.

Those looking to include insulation specifications for university projects can take a look at spray foam insulation since it offers a range of immediate and long-term benefits.

  • Improved energy efficiency – spray foam insulation allows the university management team to make significant savings on their heating and cooling expenses annually. These potential savings can used elsewhere such as areas requiring development or additional investment.
  • Improved air quality – spray foam insulation helps minimize the amount of airborne allergens and pollutants from penetrating the building envelope thereby reducing the probability of allergy sufferers
  • Improved moisture management - Prevention against water and condensation, even in buildings requiring dual indoor climates

Icynene’s insulation specifications for university and college buildings allow architects to specify spray foam insulation in confidence for long-term, sustained performance.  The best insulation for a university depends on the parameters stipulated by the university management. As a modern material, Icynene spray foam insulation offers immediate and long-term benefits which contribute to a more energy efficient university building.

Download a free White Paper (PDF) on Spray Foam in Commercial Buildings

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