The team at Kinzler’s Minneapolis Headquarters, located in Fridley, MN, recently finished insulating a six-story, nine-unit condominium project by developer Jim Graves. It’s being built by Doran Construction.
The expert Kinzler crews used Dow CM2045 spray foam for the job. This product ensured 100% coverage with no voids and the customer was impressed. In fact, a representative from Dow inspected our installation, commenting to the General Contractor that Kinzler’s crews went above and beyond industry standards for quality control and attention to detail.
Kinzler Construction Services is famous for providing construction supplies and services to commercial, residential and agricultural builders and homeowners. And now Kinzler is getting national attention after being selected as the insulation contractor for the DIY Network TV show “Texas Flip and Move.”
The homes Kinzler is working on now are part of season five and six of “Texas Flip and Move,” set to air on the DIY Network beginning February 10, 2017.
“We’re experts at installing all types of insulation from spray foam to fiberglass batting,” says Scott Wamack, General Manager of Kinzler’s Tyler, TX location (previously Garland & Jones Insulation). “Installing insulation while the TV cameras are rolling takes a little getting used to, but it’s fun! People across the country will now see the high-quality product and service we deliver every day.”
About the Show
“Texas Flip and Move” features three teams of hard-working Texas real estate entrepreneurs competing head-to-head in a fast-paced real estate flipping competition. The flippers are under the gun to buy low, work fast and sell high. When they buy a house at auction, they have to move it off the property that day, a task that can be downright dangerous. Once the house is moved to their lot, it’s a race against time to get it renovated and ready for auction.
Your Spray Foam Experts
Kinzler Construction Services is teaming up on the project with SWD Urethane, a supplier of insulation products across the US & Canada. Kinzler crews are experts at installing spray foam insulation, a two-component mixture made of isocyanate and polyol resin. These two properties combine at the tip of a spray nozzle and form an expanding foam that can be sprayed onto concrete slabs, roof tiles, into wall cavities, or through holes drilled into the cavities of a finished wall. Learn more about spray foam insulation.
About Kinzler Construction Services
Kinzler is a leading installer of insulation products, gypsum concrete, fireproofing & air barrier. Kinzler also distributes a full line of construction materials, including drywall, steel, acoustical ceiling tile & EIFS. With locations across America’s heartland, Kinzler is a rapidly-growing, family-owned company offering industry-leading service to the best customers. For information about our products, services or how to join the Kinzler team, please visit www.insulation.net.
Mezayek Building in Tyler, TX partnered with Garland & Jones Insulating Services to insulate approximately 30 homes in their “Townhomes at Hamilton Ridge” project. Right now, Garland & Jones crews are busy sealing air leaks, installing batt insulation in walls and blowing fiberglass insulation into attics of the townhomes and duplexes. In June, installers insulated the beautiful clubhouse at this gated community using blown-in-blanket (BIBS) and spray foam insulation.
Phase I of this project is set to be complete this fall with more homes being added in the future. Garland & Jones, a Kinzler Construction Services company, is proud to partner with Mezayek Building on this high-quality project!
The team at Dupont Pioneer’s Toledo Production Plant needed a solution for their roof problems to prevent damage to product inside their warehouse. They hired Kinzler Construction Services to apply spray foam to the ceiling of this 40,000 sq. ft. building, insulating them from the elements and any future worry!
Kinzler Construction Services delivers an industry-leading customer experience. Learn more about our spray foam installation services and contact us today at 888-292-2382 to see if spray foam is the right product for your project.
Rock climbing is one of the fastest growing sports in the United States and Vertical Endeavors is one of the recognized leaders in the industry, operating some of the largest indoor climbing facilities in the nation. When they started work renovating a warehouse in Bloomington, MN to become a new climbing facility, they called on Kinzler Construction Services to take insulation installation to new heights — literally. The roof of the warehouse where the tallest climbing walls will be are 63 feet in the air! Kinzler crews mobilized quickly.
A team from Kinzler’s Minneapolis branch used an articulating lift to spray closed cell foam insulation on the roof and walls. Closed cell spray foam was a great choice because it acts as a water vapor and air barrier plus has an R-value of 6 per inch. And since the foam will be left exposed, we painted the foam with an intumescent paint.
Kinzler was hired by Hammerback Remodeling to insulate a custom lake home North of Bemidji, MN. Kinzler insulated the walls with five and a half inches of open-cell spray foam. Kinzler installed a hybrid insulation system in the attic, starting with three inches of open cell spray foam, and covered it with R-40 of blown fiberglass insulation to achieve an R-50 assembly. This created a very efficient and quiet home for our customer.
Kinzler installed open cell spray foam in the garage area bonus room portion of the 8,000+ square foot home in -30 degree weather. The customer originally wanted to used closed cell spray foam, but couldn’t because of the temperatures. Kinzler worked with a general contractor to design an efficient insulation system that could be installed in sub-zero temperatures without compromising the quality. It was decided that the best solution would be to do the bonus room in open cell spray foam, initially, and to come back the next fall to replace with the closed cell spray foam that they requested but couldn’t install because of the temperatures. Additionally, we put open and closed cell spray foam insulation in the attic with R60 blown-in fiberglass over the foam.