What We Do

Oblender Insulations is a full-service industrial and commercial insulation contractor, outfitting businesses and industries in the Golden Horseshoe with superior insulation products and service since 1984.

We perform both new construction and maintenance work, specializing in challenging jobs and unique applications of existing technology. Our previous clients are some of the biggest names in the industrial, manufacturing, municipal, health and educational sectors.

Our mechanical insulation work includes fiberglass, calcium cilicate, pipes, tanks, vessels and ductwork, including cryogenic and cold box projects. We have years of experience working with a variety of insulation types, including mineral fibre, perlite, elastomeric foam, cellular glass and more.

Oblender Insulations understands that insulation is part of an integrated system. We install insulation jacketing made from galvalume, aluminum, stainless steel and other materials. We also fabricate customized, removable insulating covers for pipes, valves, flanges and pumps.

Over the past three decades, Oblender Insulations has developed a solid reputation for high quality work that stands up to the demands of industrial and institutional infrastructure and the test of time. We pride ourselves on our expertise, resourcefulness, competitive pricing and the personal service and quality control that comes from dealing with a small company.

Our long-standing employees are members of the International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators Local 95 and are among the best in the business. Our team approach to working with project managers, including engineers and architects, leads to excellent communication and collaborative solutions.

Take the sweat and shiver out of your industrial or commercial insulation project. Contact Oblender Insulations for sustainable solutions and peace of mind.

Geek Speak

The world of cold is getting hot! According to James Fesmire of the Cryogenics Test Laboratory at NASA Kennedy Space Center, superconducting power distribution, hydrogen-based transport and other low-temperature applications will require more efficient approaches to energy management. New cryogenic thermal insulation materials, including aerogel blankets and beads and polyimide foams, will soon be widely available. Other materials and composites are in development.