Privacy Guidelines

The National Insulation Association (NIA), is an insulation trade organization based in Herndon, Virginia, USA. We maintain personal information and records of our corporate members and their designated employees, subscribers to Insulation Outlook magazine (which includes NIA members and non-members), and members and non-members who have attended NIA’s events or training classes, purchased products, and/or have subscribed to our mailing list for the latest in insulation industry news.

Personal information is usually provided by the corporate member company or by an individual and typically includes: company name, individual’s name, email address, website, phone and fax numbers, addresses provided as well as email correspondence, and website analytics. The information provided to us by you or your company will be used to exclusively to provide our services, including:

  • providing our monthly magazine and digital newsletter,
  • fulfilling product orders,
  • registering you for events and training classes,
  • verifying past training certifications, and
  • marketing future insulation industry opportunities.

Our legitimate interest in retaining records and personal information of members centers around being better serve you and to be able to verify your participation in events or educational activities.

NIA does not sell nor provide personal information to third parties.

Personal information is kept during the period of the membership and may be retained up to 7 years as required by NIA policies, the US tax code, and US federal and/or state laws.

The NIA fully adheres to the data protection and privacy principles of notice, fairness, and transparency and, will provide all stored personal information in an easily reviewable format upon request. In addition to being provided access to the personal information, you also have the right to correct, erase, restrict or object to our processing of your data at any time.

For more information about our data protection initiatives, or to request your data, please contact NIA at

Website Analytics: NIA minimizes the use of analytic data collection. We have provided the following information for your convenience.

Cookies & Similar Tech: If you do not want information collected through the use of cookies, you can manage/deny cookies (and certain technologies) using your browser’s settings menu. For example, to opt-out of Google’s analytic and marketing services, visit Google Analytics Terms of Use, the Google Privacy Policy, or Google Analytics Opt-out.

Behavioral Advertising: You may opt out or withdraw your consent to behavioral advertising. You must opt out of third party services directly via the third party. For example, to opt out of Google’s use of cookies, visit Google’s Ads Settings, here. To learn more about how to opt out of DoubleClick’s use of cookies, visit the DoubleClick opt-out page, here.