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Wholesale Insulation Supplier

If you need large amounts of insulation for a housing or construction project, you also need to know that insulation is going to arrive on time and in good shape. For that, you’ll need a wholesale insulation supplier you can trust.

So who are Pacific Insulation Supply? Pacific Insulation Supply is a wholesale insulation supplier that provides many kinds of wholesale housing insulation for both homeowners and contractors at discounted wholesale prices. Our company has a network of warehouses that allow us to supply buyers with insulation from coast to coast.

Our wholesale insulation supply for home and office is a fantastic option for anyone who is trying to renovate a personal home, flip houses for profit, or construct real estate from the ground up.

What is Wholesale Insulation?

Wholesale insulation is insulation materials that we’ve purchased directly from manufacturers and distributors at large volumes for lower per-unit costs, allowing us to then pass those bulk savings on to you. We always have our ears to the ground for the latest trends in housing insulation so we can be sure we’re always ready to meet your wholesale insulation needs.

There are many advantages of buying your insulation from a wholesale insulation supplier, such as:

  • Fair price: With wholesale insulation supply, you can get better deals than you can find at local big box home improvement stores like Home Depot or Lowe’s.

  • High quality:With wholesale insulation supply you’re getting the same types of insulation you’d get through a more expensive retail supplier, just at a better price point.

  • Wide variety of available products:No matter what insulation you need for your project, we’re sure to have something that will work for you.

Cities We Cover for Wholesale Insulation Supply

Pacific Insulation Supply provides warehouse and stock coverage for wholesale insulation supply for the following locations across America:

  • Tukwila, WA
  • Portland, OR
  • Kennewick, WA
  • Boise, ID
  • Medford, OR
  • Florence, AL
  • Huntsville, AL
  • Pratt City, AL
  • Florence, AL
  • Decatur, AL
  • Warner-Robins, GA
  • Kennesaw, GA
  • West Des Moines, IA
  • Boise, ID
  • Itasca, IL
  • Indianapolis, IN
  • Springfield, KY
  • Lakeville, MA
  • Beltsville, MD
  • Ferndale, MI
  • Wyoming, MN
  • 55092, MN
  • Columbia, MO
  • Horn Lake, MS
  • Jackson, MS
  • Little Rock, AR
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • Camarillo, CA
  • Sacramento, CA
  • Ontario, CA
  • Newark, CA
  • Fresno, CA
  • Bakersfield, CA
  • San Marcos, CA
  • Orange County, CA
  • Gulfport, MS
  • Belgrade, MT
  • Kalispell, MT
  • Mooresville, NC
  • North Las Vegas, NV
  • Reno, NV
  • Colonie, NY
  • Mansfield, OH
  • Oklahoma City, OK
  • Eugene, OR
  • Pottstown, PA
  • Rapid City, SD
  • Goodlettsville, TN
  • Columbia, TN
  • Knoxville, TN
  • Aurora, CO
  • Denver, CO
  • Orlando, FL
  • Miami, FL
  • West Palm Beach, FL
  • Tampa, FL
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • Tallahassee, FL
  • Duluth, GA
  • Valdosta, GA
  • Jackson, TN
  • Arlington, TX
  • Houston, TX
  • San Antonio, TX
  • Austin, TX
  • El Pso, TX
  • South Salt Lake, UT
  • Ashland, VA
  • Glen Allen, VA
  • Wharton, NJ
  • Stamford, CT

Thanks to our variety of warehouse locations serving seventy-one cities, we are able to provide wholesale insulation at great prices delivered right to your installation site. Our widespread distribution also allows us to keep our delivery fees low so we can pass those savings on to you.

Delivery Fees and Policies

No matter which of our service cities you live in or how much insulation you buy, our delivery fee is only $50. Deliveries are only permitted within a hundred miles of the distributing warehouse, but insulation is also available for customer pick-up as an alternative transport method. If you have any questions about pick-up policies, feel free to call or email us and ask ahead.

Online Ordering and Purchasing

While we’re always happy to talk to our customers, we’re making wholesale insulation purchases easier through our online ordering and purchase system. By purchasing your wholesale insulation supply online, you’ll be able to track your shipment and make sure that your insulation arrives at the construction site when it’s needed most.

Our website allows you to make your insulation orders digitally so that you can keep your contracting business or home renovation project moving at the speed of the twenty-first century. And because we’re concerned about your security, all payments are made through an encrypted system for credit card safety.

If you’d rather handle business via an old-fashioned phone call instead, give us a ring! Either way, we’d love to hear from you.

Why We’re the Best Option for Your Wholesale Insulation Needs

There are many reasons why you should go with us when it comes time to order the insulation for your renovation or construction project. Here are a few:

  • Our friendly and educated staff can help you find the insulation option that’s best for you

  • Our widespread distribution network can deliver insulation internationally

  • Our robust post-purchase support and communication

  • Our Punctual delivery to almost all locations

  • Our guarantee of a high-quality product at economical wholesale prices

Working with Pacific Insulation Supply as your wholesale supplier is easy and risk-free—if you aren’t happy with your service in any way, let us know and we’ll be more than happy to work with you until you’re satisfied with our product and your customer experience.

Who Do We Sell To?

Our wholesale distribution serves a large population of buyers and a dazzling array of projects from home renovations to building construction. These groups of people may find wholesale insulation to be a useful source of supplies for construction projects:

  • Private contractors:If you’re a building contractor, having a source of insulation you can depend on for guaranteed quick and accurate delivery can mean the difference between meeting a deadline and failing it.

  • Home-owners:Putting in an addition or doing some much-needed restoration work on an older home? Wholesale insulation allows you to purchase materials for wall construction at an economical price with options for a variety of budgets.

  • Small businesses:For small business owners who are wanting to conduct a do-it-yourself renovation, wholesale insulation can be a great option for keeping costs down and getting the most out of your business investment.

No matter what kind of construction project you have cooking, Pacific Insulation Supply is able to provide the materials you need to get the job done.

How Insulation Works

Insulation in construction is a material that is placed as a layer on the interior of walls or in the exterior sheath of a wall structure to help reduce the conduction of heat. This both prevents heat from being lost to the outdoors when it’s cold outside and keeps cold air from seeping into the interior of the home.

Heat moves in and out of the house via three different methods:

  • Conduction (direct contact)

  • Convection (heat actively traveling through the air)

  • Radiation (ambient heat)

In housing insulation, insulation is used to fill the empty space in the wall between the interior walls (those exposed to the residence) and the exterior walls of the home. There are also pockets of air between rooms in a home where insulation is placed.

This insulation filling helps make walls air-tight and allows heat from central heating systems to become trapped in the home, preventing the system from having to run constantly. This is how insulation leads to a much more heat-efficient home.

Insulation also works in hot weather. Because it is heat transfer-resistant, a well-insulated house keeps hot air from seeping into the home, making air conditioning keep the house cool longer and reducing AC bills along with your heating bills.

Why Insulation is Important

Insulation isn’t just important because it makes a structure more comfortable to live, work, or shop in. Insulation in building construction is also important for the following reasons:

  • Protecting pipes:Without insulation, pipes in walls would burst from ambient exposure to freezing outdoor temperatures, causing thousands of dollars’ worth of damage.

  • Reduces noise pollution:Without insulation, walls would be much more transparent to sound, making structures built on busy city streets unbearable to live in.

  • Saves money:Because it allows for major reductions in heating and cooling costs, having an efficient form of insulation can save a home-owner hundreds of dollars in utilities each year.

If you’re constructing a new structure, it’s important that you get the right insulation right from the get-go, because once you’ve begun installation there’s no going back. If you’re on the fence about what kind of wholesale insulation to purchase, just have a chat with our friendly customer service representatives and they’ll be more than happy to point you in the right direction.

Why Proper Insulation Installation is Important

With the proper materials and procedures, installing wholesale insulation is a fairly straightforward process. But it’s important that insulation is installed properly for it to work efficiently. Here are some issues that home-owners and contractors commonly run into during home construction or renovation:

  • Cold spots/voids:These are areas in the structure where there is no insulation, either due to improper installation or because of structural features like recessed lighting. It is important to keep voids and cold spots in insulation to a minimum, as even small chinks in a house’s armor of insulation can lead to large drops in insulation efficiency.

  • Compressed insulation:If insulation is recklessly crammed into tight spots rather than carefully cut into them during the installation process, this can reduce the efficiency of the insulation. Crushed insulation doesn’t have the pockets of air required to maintain optimal heat transfer resistance.

  • Drafts:Convection air movement through a house can lead to major losses in heat efficiency in construction, which is why one of the major steps of properly installing insulation involves air-sealing the room ahead of time.

  • Water leaks:Often people aren’t aware of small water leaks in the walls of their home from faulty fixtures such as pipes or bathtubs until the wall is opened up and water damage is found. When insulation is water damaged, it can degrade or shrink, leading to cold spots in the insulation “envelope” and greatly reducing overall heating efficiency.

Having access to a good supply of wholesale insulation materials is a good way to have a step up on the competition if you’re a contractor or a good way to keep costs low if you’re a home-owner, but either way, you’ll want to be aware of the issues listed above when performing a renovation or building a new structure to ensure that insulation remains effective and undamaged.

Wholesale Batts and Blankets

Housing insulation comes from us in two primary forms depending on the insulation type—batts and blankets. These handy forms of transport make insulation installation simple for do-it-yourself weekend warriors and professional contractors alike.

It is important when you receive your supply of wholesale insulation that you’re careful to cut the panels of insulation carefully out to fit snugly around any of the following wall structures:

  • Piping systems

  • Wiring circuit boxes

  • Electrical outlets

The reason it’s important to cut insulation carefully around fixtures rather than just cramming it in is that the insulation can lose a lot of its efficiency if it isn’t fit correctly. The best way to cut fiberglass panels to size is to use an extended utility knife with snap-on blades. These long, sharp tools are perfect for cutting insulation precisely and without sending a bunch of irritating fibers into the air.

The most efficient way to cut insulation to size is to do it outdoors if possible to avoid any kind of air contamination from the insulation dust. Putting down the insulation against a board also makes it easier to make accurate measurements and cuts.

What Kind of Insulations of Insulation Are Available?

We have many different kinds of insulation available for all housing and construction needs. Here are some of the categories of wholesale insulation you can choose from:

  • Fiberglass: Fiberglass is one of the primary types of blow-in or loose insulation used in building construction and is one of the more economical choices available for wholesale supply. Fiberglass is a good option because it maintains its integrity with age (no shrinkage allowing for drafts) and is flame-retardant. The downside of fiberglass is that its fibers can be irritating during installation or handling.

  • Mineral wool: Mineral wool is a housing insulation option that has been around for several decades and is a great choice for those buyers who prefer to work in recycled materials. Mineral wool uses steel slag and basalt stone spun into boards or batts of fiber. Mineral wool has the benefit of being both flame-retardant and water-resistant, though it is more costly than fiberglass.

  • Blow-in insulation: Blow-in insulation is a loose form of insulation created from foam or small particles of fiber that can be sprayed into the wall space of a housing structure to fill every nook and cranny of the space. This prevents cold spots in the wall or other insulation inefficiencies around wall fixtures.

  • Rigid insulation: Rigid or foam board insulation is another option for housing insulation that is especially popular when applied in exterior applications, basement interiors, and attic hatches. This thin panel insulation has high thermal resistance and is especially good at preventing conduction heat transfer through structural elements.

There are many different insulation options available in a variety of materials, so we stock plenty of options for every project. That’s how we make sure you have the maximum number of options as the lowest possible prices.

How to Choose an Insulation Type

The kind of insulation that you choose for your construction project is determined by several different factors. Here are some of the things you should take into consideration when deciding which wholesale insulation material to purchase:

  • What is the budget for my project? Some insulation materials are cheaper than others. For example, fiberglass insulation is significantly cheaper than mineral wool. Depending on the scope of the project and the money you have available to spend, you might want to go with a higher-grade material during construction to make the money back in utility savings later.

  • Where am I using the insulation? Certain types of insulation are better for exterior walls while others are better for interior applications. If you’re uncertain which type of insulation would be best for the project you’re designing, feel free to consult one of our representatives to discuss which of our options might be best for you.

  • Blow-in insulation is a good option if you are not trying to remove old insulation from the walls since it can be blown down into the wall into all of the small spaces where older insulation may have degraded from water damage or compressed.

Most people will end up using a combination of different insulation types to finish their construction project. For example, they might use foam board insulation in exterior wall sheaths, but blow-in insulation in an attic or hard-to-reach wall-space.

The best option is to figure out exactly how much insulation you need, then figure up the costs for each type as well as the pros and cons. If you still can’t figure out which wholesale insulation you want to go with after looking over the options, ask us! We’re happy to help.

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