25 Ways to Save Power in New Zealand
Saving on your electricity bill can be challenging if you are unsure where to start. However, by making small changes, you can fatten your savings each year.
How Energy Efficient Is Your Home
Having an energy efficient home is a great way to save money, so we have created a list of things you can do yourself to audit your homes energy efficiency. This will help you pinpoint some of the easier areas to address.
2019 INSULATION CHECKLIST
Welcome to our Nov-Jan customer update. Each quarter we share the latest insulation news, tips and ideas for your home or rental properties, and feedback from customers who have chosen to insulate their home with AAA Insulation. In this quarter’s update, we show you our 2019 Insulation Checklist to get you sorted for summer as we roll into the new year.
Home Insulation Spring Update
August - September - October 2018
Welcome to our quarterly customer update. Each quarter we share the latest industry news, tips and ideas for your home or rental properties, and feedback from customers who have chosen to insulate their home. In this quarter’s update, we show you what’s changing for landlords, updates on grants, tips on renovating your property and we hear what Ruth from Hastings has to say about AAA. Its Springtime so start thawing out and get ready for the hot summer!
Home Insulation Winter Update
May - June - July 2018
Welcome to our quarterly customer update. Each quarter we share the latest industry news, tips and ideas for your home or rental properties, and feedback from customers who have chosen to insulate their home. In this update, we cover types of insulation, climate data, superhomes, how to keep your home dry this winter and a great testimonial from Wayne.
Home Insulation News
Welcome to our quarterly customer update. Each quarter we share the latest industry news, tips and ideas for your home or rental properties, and feedback from customers who have chosen to insulate their home. In this update, we cover regulation updates for insulation, temperature data, company news and a great testimonial from Robyn Hewetson.
Keeping your Home warm this winter
Keeping your home warm this winter is crucial to your family’s health and wellbeing, and may also save you money on power and heating costs. Cold and damp homes are linked to poor health especially in babies and children, so here are some simple tips to keep your home warm and cosy this winter:
5 Great Benefits of A Warm Home!
Winter is fast approaching so it’s this time of year that having a warm home can be hugely beneficial to the health and wellbeing of your family. Having your home insulated is an easy way to help it stay warm and dry in winter. And as a bonus, it will keep your house cooler in summer.
COSYWALL ON TV3'S THE CAFE!
Check out our video below to see how CosyWall can help benefit you and your family.
WHAT IS COSYWALL?
CosyWall™ insulation (CWI) is an external wall cavity insulation system (EWCIS) for wall insulation, providing thermal insulation and acoustical insulation to wall cavities lined on both sides. The CosyWall house insulation system includes:
- An assessment of building suitability.
- Licensed insulation installation of water-repellent glasswool insulation.
- Durable external wall cladding repair.
HOW DOES COSYWALL WORK?
CosyWall is NOT a spray insulation foam, expanding foam, or spray foam insulation. It is DRY spray-in insulation. CosyWall insulation is manufactured by melting and spinning a blend of inert, natural minerals, similar to Rockwool insulation. CosyWall is safe for plants, people and pets. It does not slump or shrink overtime! It is a type of fibreglass, so it has all of the wonderful properties that fibreglass has to offer such as durability, water repellency and is non-combustible. But as it is a dry-spray technology, it does not have the itchy properties like normal fibreglass!
People often do not realize that Cosywall can be installed from inside the house as well as outside. This is ideal for houses which have cladding and may be susceptible to cracking during the installation process. Installing Cosywall internally is often a cheaper and safer solution for older homes (depending on the type of cladding they have).
HOW DO I KNOW IF IT IS RIGHT FOR ME?
Wade was lucky enough to be invited to share information about Cosywall with TV 3's "The Cafe" - Take a look for yourself below! If it sounds like something you're interested in, contact us by email. Your local insulation expert will set up a time to assess your property and you can talk about your best options. Contact us by email and request a free quote today.
NEED TIPS ON KEEPING YOUR HOME COOL THIS SUMMER?
Summer in New Zealand can be HOT! Having a well-insulated home is a great first step in keeping the sweltering heat out, but what else can you do? Here are our top tips for keeping your home cool this summer without the need for air conditioning.