What we do with existing buildings determines the legacy we leave for future generations. Faced with dwindling energy supplies and the increasingly obvious effects of climate change, it’s not enough to set higher standards for new buildings.
People don't always see what goes into creating a safe building, but we know you do. Fire-resistant stone wool insulation for curtain wall systems
Our non-combustible insulation paired with a cladding that brings your vision to life helps to create safer, more energy-efficient environments – without ever sacrificing your design freedom.
Evolving building codes now allow for taller wood frame buildings. This introduction discusses why these changes have taken place and what is expected in the future.
ROCKWOOL COMFORTBOARD™ 80 is a rigid mineral wool insulation sheathing board that is non-combustible, water-repellent, fire-resistant and sound absorbent.
Our stone wool insulation can be used in multiple interior partition wall assemblies, both in steel or wood stud wall cavities.
Our insulation provides a range of products and solutions for exterior wall systems such as rainscreen, cavity wall, exterior continuous insulation, curtain wall, wood frame and metal frame constructions.
From cathedral ceilings to interior wood framed ceilings, we have a perfect fit of stone wool ceiling insulation for your build.
Underslab flooring, interior wood framed floor or steel stud interior wall, ROCKWOOL has a floor insulation for your desired build.
To increase home comfort and save energy year-round, start by insulating the attic, keeping the heat in during the winter and out in the summer.
Insulating a roof is an effective way to minimise heat loss and reduce heating bills.
Our insulation products are sustainable and high quality, but they perform best when the right solution is used for the right application.
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Building codes and standards are critical to establishing and maintaining a built environment that is fire-safe, resilient, and sustainable. Read this article for clear guidelines on compliance with all new construction and renovation projects.
We’re proud to say that 2019 is our 20th anniversary in Grand Forks and to have been able to support the community flood recovery efforts with approximately 2,000 bags of insulation helping in the rebuilding efforts of over 100 homes.
Building energy efficiency has never been more important, and the new climate mobilization act green building legislation in New York City requires new and existing buildings significantly reduce carbon CO2 emissions below 2005 baselines.