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6 Features for a Frigid February

 

Say that 6 times fast!

This winter has been a chilly one so we would like to share with you the top 6 features to keep your building warm and toasty.

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Floor Insulation

Floor Insulation should be added to a portable building to keep the floors protected and keep the temperature up. Our floor insulation is rated R-19 and provides an additional moisture barrier protection under the floor. This is perfect for the conservation of heat in your building.

Wall & Ceiling Insulation

Tired of walking into your building and shivering? That’s why we offer R-13 insulation for the ceilings and walls of your building. The R-value of insulation indicates its thermal resistance to the flow of heat and it protects ceilings and walls to keep the chilly winds at bay. 

Double Pane Windows

The wintry air can really create drafts from your windows. This could also cause lower temperatures inside your building. Double pane windows are insulated and offer considerably more energy efficiency.

Steel Door

Steel Doors offer much more in the way of energy savings than the regular wooden doors that are standard install.

Weather Strips

In order to keep the sharp wintry air and cold temperatures from whipping through the cracks of your storage shed’s door, you can easily install weather strips to the edges of the doors. These can be purchased at your local hardware store for a reasonable price.

Electrical Packages

Electrical packages can be installed inside your portable building to provide electricity that can be used to heat the inside of your building.

What are some ways that you handle the freezing temperatures in your building? Let us know in the comments.

Contact your local authorized Quality Buildings dealer today and build your yard’s warming hut today.