Therm-All’s line of insulation products adheres to the latest standards and certifications, including:
- NAIMA 202-96 Standard: The certification of fiberglass manufacturers, substantiated by outside agency, National Association of Home Builders.
- NIA Certified Faced Insulation: The National Insulation Association standard for laminators. Therm-All uses the National Association of Home Builders to verify compliance. Laminators must show that the stated R-value of finished, laminated products is the actual R-value provided.
- UL 25-50: The Underwriters Laboratories 25 Flame and 50 Smoke standard must be met by the composite of fiberglass, vapor-retarder facing and adhesive used to laminate it together. This is a critical fire rating for safety and building code compliance for exposed use.
LEED and GREENGUARD: Therm-All uses Owens Corning fiberglass, which has a high recycle content of 50 percent that can contribute toward LEED points for green building certification at various levels. Additionally, Owens Corning fiberglass insulation is GREENGUARD Certified, which means that it is a low-emitting product that helps to maintain a better, cleaner indoor air quality.
We take insulation very seriously. It’s what we’ve done for over 30 years.
Therm-All uses Owens Corning EcoTouch 202-96 fiberglass. This means that our laminated products meet the rigorous industry standards using the most environmentally fiberglass available.