FOR SALE:  POLYISOCYANURATE FOAM INSULATION SHEETS

PRODUCT and PRICING INFO

                                            INVENTORY & PRICES                                             

                                   See bottom of page for DELIVERY SERVICES available.

UPDATE: MAY 2017

After a
long period of not being able to update this inventory page, it is now accurate FOR THE MATERIAL AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME. 

There is a large quantity of material that needs to be sorted, inventoried and posted on this page.  That is my summer project.
 

TABLE 1
:
  4'x8' SHEETS

Thick      Grade       Sheets       Stock      Price
1.0"           Seconds            48                5          300.00
1.3"           Seconds            36                1          300.00
2.4"           Seconds            20                3          300.00
2.5"           Overrun            19                2          350.00
3.4"           Seconds            14                1          300.00
3.4"          Seconds/R         14                1          350.00
3.5"          Overrun/R         13                8          400.00
3.7"           Seconds            12                2          300.00


/R
material uses a rigid and waterproof FIBER & RESIN facer material, not the standard dark paper facer.


TABLE 2
:
  4'x4' SHEETS

Thick      Grade       Sheets       Stock       Price
1.75"         Overrun        48 4x4             1            350.00
3.0"         Overrun/R      32 4x4             17          400.00
3.5"           Overrun        26 4x4             18          350.00
4.0"           Overrun        24 4x4             24          350.00


Note:  A "BUNK" is a volume measurement of 4'x8'x4' -  The same as a "CORD" used in firewood trade (128 cubic feet).

 

  ** Half-inch material is subject to voids and/or pockets that could degrade the sheet's insulating quality and thus is priced lower.

Please note that sheet thickness tolerance is + or -  1/6th  inch, and thus sheet measurement may vary from bunk-to-bunk and sheet-to-sheet.  If your application requires sheet thickness accuracy to be better than this, or would have a "not to exceed" or minimum thickness, let me know.  Under most circumstances I can screen sheets/bunks to your special tolerance needs for free on smaller orders.  For larger orders I may have to charge something for my time.


Remember:  If you don’t find the exact thickness material you want, the same R-Value is achieved by using multiple layers of thinner sheets.  And the cost is the same since the material is priced by the cubic foot- not square footage.  So, for example, if you want to fill the 3.5” void between 2X4 wall studs, you can stack two 1.5” sheets along with a ½” sheet to completely fill that 3.5” cavity while having a R-21 insulation value- the same as a single 3.5” sheet would provide.

All prices F.O.B. Grace, Idaho 83241

6% Idaho State Sales Tax charged on all non-exempt sales.  Exempt sales are those where the material is shipped by a licensed COMMERCIAL CARRIER or Zinsulation outside of the state of Idaho.

Since a fair percentage of my sales come from the Northern Wasatch Front, I usually make a FREE delivery run every few weeks  to the North Ogden/Brigham City area.  Those delivery days are usually on a Sunday afternoon. Depending on your location and quantity ordered I might even be able to deliver right to your home/business.  You may need to bring some help if your order is more than a bunk or two.

 

 

DELIVERY SERVICE AVAILABLE

 

My vehicle liability insurance company will allow me to deliver material within a 500-mile radius of Grace, Idaho.  Based on the current fuel price and other expenses (insurance, maintenance, licensing etc), my actual cost per mile driven  is around $0.85/mile.  I can schedule delivery to your home/business for my actual cost under most circumstances.  Remember, I have to charge the $0.85 per TOTAL miles (round trip) even though I only carry material on the outbound trip.  I can carry as many as 12 bunks per load but the freight price is the same whether I am delivering 1 bunk or 12 bunks since the truck’s MPG varies little either way. 


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