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Are you living in a cold house? It might be due to poor insulation.

Poor insulation in a home can lead to a range of uncomfortable and inconvenient symptoms for those living inside. If you’re living in an uninsulated house, you may have noticed some of the following: Cold drafts: If you can feel cold air coming through the walls, floors, or windows of your home, it’s likely that your insulation isn’t doing its job. This can lead to chillier temperatures inside your home, even when the heating is turned on. High energy bills: If your home is poorly insulated, it will be harder to maintain a comfortable temperature inside. As a result,...

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Here’s why having good insulation in your walls is so important.

Insulating your home is the way to go when it comes to creating a warm and cosy home year-round. Keeping it warm in winter and cool through summer means you can cut down the money spent on endlessly trying to heat your home. Good insulation will slow the rate of heat loss through walls, ceilings and floors, trapping in the warmth in winter and keeping it out in the summer. Wall insulation is particularly important as many homes have poor wall insulation, if they have any at all. Learn more about the benefits of wall insulation here. Here’s a summary of why having good...

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Learn about the basics of thermal insulation

Home thermal insulation is a type of insulation that is used in residential buildings to regulate the temperature inside the home and improve energy efficiency. It is typically installed in the walls, roof, and attic of a home to help keep it warm in the winter and cool in the summer. While most homes have thermal insulation in its roof and floors, walls in older new zealand houses are usually uninsulated. Even if there is some insulation in the walls, it’s usually not very effective at sealing your home’s thermal barrier. Adding thermal insulation to your walls can also help to...

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Acoustic Wall Insulation helps reduce unwanted noise in the house

Noise in the home is becoming an increasing issue for New Zealanders. Developers are now focused on designing and building smaller houses that are more densely packed together. Smaller home designs are often more more sustainable and affordable but occupants quickly find a noisy internal environment. As a result we’re getting increased enquires from home owners wanting to add acoustic wall insulation to their internal walls. Because New Zealand’s building code only requires thermal insulation for your exterior walls, internal acoustic wall insulation is often overlooked....

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