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Bradford Acoustic Insulation for Walls
Bradford Acoustic insulation has been engineered to provide the highest levels of thermal performance available so you can choose the level of comfort your family deserves. Once installed, the low profile, high performance insulation acts as a highly effective barrier to heat flow, keeping your home cool in summer and conserving precious warmth in winter. It is also extremely effective in reducing the transfer of noise and sound within the home.
Enjoy all the benefits of Bradford Acoustic Gold
- Stops up to 70% of heat transfer in your home
- Improves your comfort all year round
- Saves on energy costs
- Reduces greenhouse gas emissions
- Low allergen
- Fire resistant
- Superb sound deadening properties
- Meets the highest New Zealand insulation standards
- Guaranteed for the life of your home
Energy savings – warmer in winter and colder in summer
Heating and cooling accounts for almost 40% of energy usage in the average home. By stopping up to 70% of all heat transfers, air conditioners and heaters can be used more efficiently with reduced running costs.
Thermal insulation is extremely effective in reducing the transfer of heat. It helps keep you warmer in winter and cooler in summer. If you’re fortunate enough to live in a properly insulated home, then you should already be benefiting from a significant reduction in your electricity bills.
Adjusting your thermostat for added savings
One of the easiest ways to save even more energy, is by adjusting the settings on your home air-conditioner. Quite simply: the greater the difference between the outside temperature and the temperature you set on your air-conditioner, the harder the air-conditioning unit will need to work to maintain your set temperature. While 22 degrees might seem like a perfect, year round temperature, being a bit flexible can save you money. Try setting it to 25 degrees in summer and 20 degrees in winter. Another way to save energy is to plant shady trees on the sides of the house which are most exposed to the hot afternoon sun. This will reduce the temperature on the bricks or other external cladding which will in turn reduce the work load of the air-conditioner. Planting deciduous trees has added benefits as the leaves will have fallen off by winter, allowing the sun’s rays to pass through to the house.
Need advice or a quote?
We have years of experience supplying insulation to the residential and commercial market. We delivery New Zealand wide, and if you’re not the DIY type we can also install the insulation for you. Call us on 0800 697 742 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote!