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What You Can Do To Help?

Improve your home energy efficiency and reduce your electricity and gas bills, and their resultant greenhouse gas emissions!

By better insulating your home, you will reduce the temperature extremes, so you won’t need to turn on your heating or cooling appliances for as long. This will result in a more comfortable home, with less energy used – saving you money and helping our environment.

Here are a few handy tips:

1. Insulate your ceiling for year round comfort
Our range of insulation for ceilings is available in a variety of R-values to suit all climate zones. Bradford Insulation has recently developed the R7.0 batt, which can provide the highest levels of thermal comfort currently available to Australian homeowners.
2. Install roof vents for a healthier home
Installing 1-2 roof vents is a simple and cost effective way to reduce heat buildup in your roof space in summer and help make your ducted air conditioner work more efficiently, if you have one.
3. Install door and window seals to minimise draughts
Sealing up with door and window seals is a smart way to further improve the energy efficiency of your home.
4. Insulate under your floor boards for added comfort
Prevent heat loss through your floor boards by installing under floor insulation. Insulation also helps absorb noise transfer.
5. Insulate your pipes for added energy savings
Save on energy costs by insulating around hot and cold water pipes. Easy to install, it also helps avoid unnecessary burns and accidents!
6. Double glaze your windows for more comfortable homes
Install double glazing to your windows, or shade your windows against the summer sun with trees, awnings or curtains.
7. Keep your windows and doors closed during hot summer days
Prevent unnecessary heat from entering your home, by closing doors and windows during the midday heat of summer. Installing seals around the door frames will reduce this even more.
8. Close the doors to unused rooms during winter
By closing the doors of unused rooms, you’ll help prevent unnecessary heat loss, meaning your heater will not have to work as hard.