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A well insulated home is a warm home. Non-irritant GreenStuf® insulation is the smart option
Overall view of a home featuring GreenStuf insulation cottage, elevation, estate, facade, farmhouse, home, house, hut, log cabin, property, real estate, roof, shed, siding, sky, teal
Overall view of a home featuring GreenStuf insulation

A well insulated home is both warmer and drier, and consequently, is healthier to live in.

Up to 42% of the heat in your home is lost through the roof, and 24% through the walls, says Rob Croot, insulation product manager for Autex Industries.

"By putting GreenStuf® in your external and internal walls, ceiling and under the floors, you will dramatically reduce heat loss and consequently save on energy costs," says Croot.


View of a bag of GreenStuf insulation. There green, wall, window, green
View of a bag of GreenStuf insulation. There is also GreenStuf insulation packed into the wooden frames of a house

Insulating your hot water cylinder with a GreenStuf Eco-wrap® will offer further energy savings.

"Insulation works in the same way as a blanket. Fibres trap air, dramatically slowing the transfer of heat and sound through the walls and ceiling," he says.

During summer, this restriction in airflow helps to keep the interior of your home cool when it's hot outside.

Overall view of a home featuring GreenStuf insulation cottage, elevation, estate, facade, farmhouse, home, house, hut, log cabin, property, real estate, roof, shed, siding, sky, teal
Overall view of a home featuring GreenStuf insulation

"GreenStuf insulation is made from polyester a fibre found in most bedding and clothing. Non-toxic, it does not cause skin irritations, therefore there is no need to wear safety clothing when installing it," says Croot.

Fully recyclable and with a 50 year durability rating, GreenStuf insulation is available in a range of sizes and thermal ratings to suit your needs.

For more information on GreenStuf, visit www.autex.co.nz, phone 0800 428 839.

May 14, 2004
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