Roofing for your Cold Storage Building
Roofing system design for cold storage warehouses are unique and require your design professional take additional considerations beyond standard construction. Having the correct design will help maintain a temperature-controlled environment with a focus on moisture management. As such, your design professional should consider how roofing products tie seamlessly into other building envelop elements to achieve the best energy efficiency. Are you looking for the right roof system for your cold storage warehouse? We have resources for your design professional to consider when creating a cold storage warehouse.
JM has a history that dates back over 160 years, and in that time, we have covered millions of roofing square feet for cold storage buildings. Start exploring some of the resources below.
Training Videos, Podcasts, Webinars
Training VideoIn Depth: Cold Storage Training VideoOur Field Technical Representative, Anna Swiontoniowski, takes up step-by-step on installing a cold storage details and how we tie-in a roof to a wall.
PodcastAbove It All Podcast Episode 28In this episode, we sit down with Research Manager, JR Babineau, for Johns Manville Commercial Roofing. Join us as we discuss the importance of continuous insulation when designing buildings, what it means, and why we innovate products the way we do.
PodcastAbove It All Podcast Episode 26In this episode we sit down with Manager for National Preferred Accounts, Mitch Bortner, and Research Manager, Francis Babineau, for Johns Manville Commercial Roofing. Join us as we discuss the impact the pandemic has had on growth of the cold storage sector. Learn more about what challenges need to be considered when designing your next cold storage project.
Flashing Details and Assembly Plates
*These cold storage flashing details are provided as a courtesy. This complimentary assistance is not to be used or relied upon by anyone as a substitute for professional engineering design and documentation required by building code, contract or applicable law. By accepting these comments, you agree they do not constitute any representations of, endorsements of or an assumption by Johns Manville of any responsibility/liability for the adequacy of the design of any building/roofing system, code compliance, material or any other material not supplied by Johns Manville.