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Aerolite TEL Fiberizing Technology

As insulation products have evolved over the years the energy-saving benefits have improved substantially. With Think Pink Aerolite being one of the oldest forms of roof insulation we would expect them to lead the charge in improving thermal insulation benefits. For this reason, Aerolite has developed the TEL Fiberizing Technology making the Aerolite insulation one of the most advanced roof insulation products.    

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A Guide to Choosing the Right Ceiling Insulation

A Guide to Choosing the Right Ceiling Insulation

Do you notice that no matter how much weatherstripping you put on your home, it still feels drafty in the winter? Do your energy bills seem high, and are you always running the heater to try to stay warm? If this sounds familiar, you may need to install more ceiling insulation. Inadequate ceiling insulation can drive your energy bills up in the winter and make your house a lot less comfortable. When you’re installing ceiling insulation, there are a few options you’ll have to choose from. Read on to learn more about how to choose the right ceiling insulation for you. When to Install Ceiling Insulation Most of the time, unless you’re building your own house, your attic will already be insulated. But depending on where you live, the insulation you have may not be enough to keep your house warm. About 25 per cent of your home’s heat is lost through

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DownLight Hazards With Insulation

Down Light Hazards are a problem in many homes. The holes for the Down Light are then marked and drilled. Very often one will drill through and unfortunately, this will have to be the home of the downlight. This could mean the light is under a beam or through a baton. This becomes a problem as the heat generated from a 40 watt or 50 watts Down Light. Can reach up to 250 degrees. In some cases even as much as 320 deg c. This can also become a problem as the Down Lights that are so close to the timber with the sawdust there can be very close to the ignition point. If the Insulation is covering the down Lights it could become a fire hazard. As the heat over the timber will potentially catch on fire as a result of heat being stored. The Insulation won’t burn but

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Insulation R-value

Summer is the sensible time to be reviewing or renewing your winter insulation on your building. Insulation has become a confusing product to purchase with so many different products to choose from. Every product claims to do the job of insulation better than the other. So how do you choose? What is R-value? The fact is the higher the insulation R-value the better the performance of the insulation. Choosing has been made easier because of the R-Value of a product. What is R-Value it not the Rand value but is a measure of the thermal resistance of a product or material. This valuable number tells you how fast a product will lose heat and this is important in insulation. What is Insulation R-value? What is Insulation R-Value this is not difficult but be sure to get the correct R-value. The higher the R-Value the better the product it at insulating

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