Owens Corning Insulation – More Than the Pink We All Know


Owens Corning insulation is perhaps the most well known of all the insulation manufacturers. They were the first to delve into the properties and uses of glass fiber, and have since on the leading edge of all things fiberglass, including constantly refining the well known ‘pink insulation’ that they have become famous for. If you don’t know Owens Corning, they’re the ones that use the Pink Panther as the mascot.

Owens Corning has been around since 1938, and in that time they become the most trusted source for insulating products of all types. They are the market leader when it comes to glass fiber technologies, and the biggest supplier of the world’s fiber glass insulation. They provide insulating solutions for any type of building project you have. From their residential ‘whole home insulation system’ to ‘quiet zone noise reduction solutions’ and everything in between.

They also are one of the biggest suppliers of commercial insulating products. From their commercial spray in foam, to roofing insulation products to complete commercial insulating systems. No matter what you need, you can find it all in one place with the complete line of Owens Corning insulation products.

One of the most important numbers, well the most important number when it comes to insulation is the ‘R-value’. This is Owens Cornings definition of ‘R-value’

R-Value: Measure of resistance to heat flow. Insulation materials have tiny pockets of trapped air. These pockets resist the transfer of heat through material. The ability of insulation to slow the transfer of heat is measured in R-values. The higher the R-value, the better the insulation material’s ability to resist the flow of heat through it.”

Whether you need insulation for your residential home, or you have to insulate a 200 suit apartment building, Owens Corning insulation, and all their insulating products is the first place you should look. You’ll find absolutely everything you’ll need, form start to finish, to complete the job.


Source by Nazima Golamaully