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TIAC Members: Subscriptions

Are you a TIAC member? NIA is now able to offer you a discounted subscription!

Follow these simple steps:

  1. To purchase your subscription online visit the NIA Bookstore 
  2.  Under “Item Name” select Insulation Outlook.
  3.  Choose the terms of your Canada/International subscription, select “TIAC Member” in the price box.
  4.  Proceed to check out to purchase your subscription.

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One-year subscriptions for available for purchase in the online NIA bookstore.
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If you are interested in purchasing a paid subscription, the one year/two year subscription rates are below.

NIA Member $69/108
Non Member $98/155


NIA Member $88/132
Non Member $113/170

The award winning Insulation Outlook® magazine is printed monthly and is FREE for our target audience for of engineers, specifiers, mechanical contractors, and insulation end users.

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