Anderson Insulation was founded in 1949 and has been serving the community for 60 years. Currently, Anderson Insulation is owned and operated by the second generation of the Anderson family.
The main corporate office is located at 706 Brockton Avenue in Abington, MA. This facility occupies over 40,000 square feet of space devoted to warehousing, fabrication and office space.
The number of employees ranges anywhere from 75-100 at any given time, and the company maintains and operates a fleet of more than 30 trucks.
Anderson Insulation was voted one of the top five of insulation contractors in America by RSI magazine in 2007. We are the only insulation contractor in Massachusetts certified by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and its local chapter affiliate, the Builders Association of Greater Boston (BAGB).
The Anderson Difference:
At Anderson Insulation, we take pride in our work, our workplace, and our customer service. From the ownership straight through to our field workers, we all place the highest importance on meeting and exceeding the expectations of ourselves and our customers. Our top priorities are always safety and performance, and in order to ensure that these are always met correctly we have taken the following steps which we feel you should know about:
· All employees are subject to randomized drug testing at various times throughout the year
· All new hires MUST pass a CORI check
· All employees are given full benefits and paid hourly, not piece-rate, to ensure you are getting the best job possible
· All salesmen and laborers have passed OSHA’s 10 hour Construction Safety Class
· We frequently have manufacturers’ technicians, salesmen, and representatives come and visit for field and/or classroom training.
· We send our employees, both salesmen and laborers out for training and seminars to keep them up to date with the latest requirements and cutting edge building envelope knowledge.
· We are a Lead Safe Certified Company
· Quality always takes precedence of Quantity. Always.
- We support academic programs both at home and far away. Follow the links below to learn more about the Boston University program- Cooking up Culture and the program to help African girls create better futures for themselves through Kids-4-Kenya.