Annual Product Fair and Steak Fry

We want to thank everyone who was able to attend are annual steak fry and product fair this year.   It is great to be able to get many of our customers and vendors under one roof once a year!

Giving Back With Brisket

First Annual Smoke Off…

Congratulations to Mae Saunders and Brian Schwartze for winning our brisket competition.  This competition was born as a way for employees to give back to the United Way organization.  A special thanks to the judges for participating in this event and taking your job so seriously!

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Kinzler Construction Cares

United Way. Annual Day of Caring…

This past Friday several employees participated in a work event specifically focused on painting, cleaning, and organizing storage areas at UWSC partner agencies and nonprofit sites.  We were delighted to be a part of a record turnout and help complete projects that may have been on their list for several years.  A special thanks to those who participated in this event!

Insulation in America

Insulation.  An American industry…

This is an interesting graphic that we wanted to share regarding the domestic impact of the insulation industry, something we can be proud to be a part of.

Congratulations, Tanner Kinzler!

Tanner Kinzler receives Habitat for Humanity Key Award…

We are honored to accept this award and to participate with an organization where their mission is to provide a world where everyone has a decent place to live.  Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

Read more about all of the key award winners: 

http://www.businessrecord.com/Content/Culture/Culture/Article/Who-won-Habitat-for-Humanity-Key-awards/170/832/65197#ixzz3CkjetsD7 

Read more about how to get involved with Habitat for Humanity:

http://www.gdmhabitat.org/

Roof Design Can Improve Your Home’s Energy Flow

Cocoon project published in Energy Design Update:

There is a consensus in the building science community supporting fully vented, pitched attic assemblies as the most durable roofs; roofs which offer both the lowest cost and highest R-value when no ductwork or major air leakage are above or in the ceiling plane. If we take this consensus and expand it, how should we approach existing roofs? When homes are ready for a new roof or an energy retrofit, are there ways to maximize opportunities for insulation, air sealing, and roof deck ventilation? 

Click here to read full article.

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