Kinzler Offers New Product: NewBrick

Kinzler employees and customers listen to a representative from Dryvit speak about the benefits of NewBrick.

Kinzler is a leading supplier of distributed construction products. Our Distribution Department customers and staff recently watched a demonstration of an exciting new product offered by Dryvit called NewBrick.

NewBrick offers the industry a different way to build more cost and energy efficient, traditional-looking buildings, from the ground up in a faster and simpler way. It’s a game-changing innovation in exterior wall design that can be installed over most common building systems, including concrete and masonry, as well as over any Dryvit Outsulation® CI system. Learn more about NewBrick.

Call Kinzler Construction Services today at 888-292-2382 to discuss with our team how NewBrick might be the best product for your next project!

Kinzler Helps to Make Homeless Veteran’s Dream a Reality

Ben Cordero, a homeless Vietnam veteran, will move into his new home in the coming weeks.
Ben Cordero, a homeless Vietnam veteran, will move into his new home in the coming weeks. (Photo courtesy: The King’s Rein.)

A homeless Vietnam veteran’s dream to have a warm, safe place to stay is closer to reality thanks, in part, to a generous donation from Kinzler Construction Services located in Tyler, TX (formerly Garland & Jones Insulation.)

Ben Cordero has had a hard life from the start.  He was left on the steps of an orphanage at age four and was moved around to different foster families but never adopted.  He later joined the Navy and fought in Vietnam. Since then, Ben has suffered with severe PSTD.  Due to the severity of his PSTD, Ben had trouble keeping jobs long-term and became homeless, living in a run-down, cold and leaky RV.

Kinzler installers install spray foam insulation into wall cavaties to make Ben Cordero’s home air tight.
Kinzler installers apply spray foam insulation into wall cavities to make Ben Cordero’s home air tight. (Photo courtesy: The King’s Rein.)

Kinzler Construction Services partnered with the non-profit organization “The King’s Rein,” to build Ben a new place to live through their Veterans Home Program. Kinzler donated all of the product and labor expenses to insulate a cabin with energy-efficient spray foam.

“Kinzler’s core focus is to serve others, build relationships and enrich lives,” said Scott Wamack, General Manager of Kinzler’s Tyler, TX operation. “It’s not something folks at Kinzler Construction Services just say – this is a great example of how we actually live that out in the work that we do.”

If you are interested in donating to this project, please visit http://www.thekingsrein.org/donate or call 903.675.5536.

Installers from Kinzler Construction Services pose for a photo after insulating a home for a local homeless veteran.
Installers from Kinzler Construction Services pose for a photo after insulating a home for a local homeless veteran. (Photo courtesy: The King’s Rein.)

About Kinzler Construction Services

Kinzler is a leading installer of insulation products for east Texas. With locations across America’s heartland, Kinzler Construction Services is a rapidly-growing, family-owned company offering industry-leading service to the best customers for more than 30 years. For information about our products, services or how to join the Kinzler team, please visit www.insulation.net.

Curtis Sturgill gets published by Metal Construction News

Curtis Sturgill, National Sales Manager for High-R Metal Building Insulation, a patented product owned and offered by Kinzler Construction Services, published an article titled “Retrofit Insulation, What Should You Know?” on Metal Construction News’ website in September.

Below are some key points and several quotes from Curtis Sturgill that appear in the article.

1.Air Sealing:

“No matter what type of insulation system you decide to use when retrofitting your structure, if it is not properly air sealed you might as well light your wallet on fire.”

2. Cavity Insulation:

“Attempting to get a fiberglass batt to fit in an existing cavity with no air pockets for condensation to occur is like finding a needle in a haystack.”

3. Retrofit Thermal Blocks?

“With an existing building it is next to impossible to add a thermal block unless you address the topside of the roof in some manner.”

4. Return on Investment

“There is a lot to be said for material R-values and installed R-values, a big misunderstanding by a lot of consumers and even some in our industry.”

5. Choosing the Right Company

“With the hassle of working around existing equipment and mechanical units, limiting downtime or slowed production of your employees, it is just as important to choose the right company as it is to find the right product.”

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