Insulation Application

A description of the type of insulation and how it is applied.

Data Type: 
Constrained List
Unit of Measure: 
Commercial, Residential, Multifamily
List Options Option Definition Unit of Measure
Batt Insulation that is made of material that is spun into a flexible cohesive block or "batt". There are many types of batt insulation, such as fiberglass, natural materials (cellulose or cotton fiber), plastic fibers, and mineral (or rock) wool. None
Insulated Insulation is installed None
Insulation jacket A water heater jacket, or blanket, is made of insulation contained in sheet plastic so that it can be attached to the water heater. None
Loose fill Insulation that is made of material that is not cohesive. Examples are cellulose, fiberglass and mineral (or rock) wool. It can be blown into place None
Moveable insulation Insulation is moveable None
None None None
Not applicable Not applicable None
Not insulated Insulation is not installed None
Other Other None
Rigid Insulation that is made of a solid, rigid material. Examples include foam (polystyrene, polyisocyanurate, polyurethane) as well as fibers (fiberglass and mineral wool) that can withstand high temperatures. None
Spray-on Insulation that can is semi-liquid and can be sprayed into place. Examples include different types of plastics, such as polyisocyanurate and polyurethane, as well as cementitious materials. None
Unknown Unknown None
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