Why Insulate?

There is no better way to save energy, reduce greenhouse gases and leave a light carbon footprint in your building developments than by using mechanical insulation.

Mechanical insulation is the installation of thermal insulation on all types of mechanical systems, including boilers, HVAC systems, ducts, and piping. Proper insulation is required for systems that transfer or store air, gas, liquid, or product in which the temperature of the substance being transferred or stored is directly impacted by the temperature of the surrounding air. It is crucial that these systems are insulated with accuracy and precision in order to maintain process temperatures for both hot and cold systems – to protect liquids from freezing and to provide burn protection from possible exposure to hot systems.


Mechanical Insulation Does More Than Just Insulate.


Mechanical insulation has the ability to maintain temperatures at desired levels, thus decreasing temperature variations and therein increasing energy savings.


When installed correctly, mechanical insulation is the only item in a building that starts to pay for itself immediately, saving you money in the long run.


Mechanical Insulation is able to reduce the production of greenhouse gas emissions by regulating operating temperatures within a building.


Mechanical Insualtion might be commonly performed by many companies and trades, but the specifications of this scope of work has become a lost art over the years. As leaders in our Trade, our standards remain above average because we understand the domino effect of a poor insulation job. When done incorrectly, you will be stuck paying unnecessary expenses year after year. The cost of fixing a poor insulation job can be detrimental because locating the problem is like finding a needle in a haystack. This is why the job needs to be done right the first time – by someone who understands the repercussions of low standards and the value in certified work. 

Making the right choice for your foundation will save you time, money and a load of problems in the long run.

Contact Us

International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Allied Workers
Local 131 New Brunswick

1041 Bayside Dr, Saint John, NB E2J 4Y2