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INSULATION » Insulation batts

 

Insulation Batts
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Insulation Batts can make your home more comfortable season after season - especially in the heat of summer and on the freezing winter nights. They are made from new generation glasswool, the best performing, safest and the most cost effective home insulation product in the world.

Insulation is fundamental to making homes more energy efficient, by reducing heat gain and loss though walls, ceilings and floors. This helps reduce or even eliminate the need for heating and cooling which in turn reduces Greenhouse Gas emissions. The Building Code of Australia (BAC) has identified the need to make new homes and renovations more energy efficient, and minimum performance values have been set for various climate zones throughout Australia. Insulco Fat Batts comply with the insulation requirements in the BCA and can be used with confidence.

The most cost effective time to insulate is during construction or renovation as your insulation can be installed as you go. It provides the opportunity to install Insulco. Fat Batts in your ceiling and walls for minimal costs, which maximum accessibility and ease.

It’s never too late for existing homes to take control of their comfort. As long as there is adequate access in the roof space you can insulate your ceiling with Insulco Fat Batts. It is also possible to top up old insulation to maximise performance.

Insulating walls in timber framed construction is a little more difficult as you need to remove the plasterboard to get to the cavity behind it – if you are planning on renovating, leave the wall insulation till then. However, if your walls are not insulated, you may want to consider using a higher R-value in the ceiling to help compensate.



 
 
 
   
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