Bradford Gold Wall Insulation Batts

Bradford Gold™ insulation for walls can reduce energy used for heating and cooling by up to 20%, leading to a decrease in your energy consumption and in your energy bills.

Choosing the right insulation is important. You need confidence that the product installed delivers on the performance that is promised. Whether building a new home or undertaking alterations or additions to existing homes, insulating walls with Bradford Gold will provide peace of mind for you and your family.

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  • Made for Australian conditions
  • Reduces heat transfers in your home
  • Improved comfort all year round
  • Saves on energy costs
  • Reduces greenhouse gas emissions
  • Low allergen
  • Meets the highest Australian insulation standards
  • 70 year performance warranty
  • Environmentally sound, made from up to 80% recycled glass
  • 100% bio-soluble
  • Non combustible
  • Backed by CSR - serving Australia since 1855
  • Bradford is Australia's most trusted insulation company for 80 years

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Bradford Gold will help reduce the energy bills whilst keeping the homes warmer in winter and cooler in summer.

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What R-Value is best for you?

What R-Value is best for your home?

The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has outlined energy efficiency provisions for new homes which include the inclusion of insulation in ceilings, walls and some floors. The value of insulation required to meet the deemed-to-satisfy provisions for energy efficiency are intended to be seen as a minimum standard – not best practice.

Step 1. Determine your climate zone from the map below.

Climate Map

Climate Zones

Zone 1   Zone 1: High humidity summer, warm winter

Zone 2   Zone 2: Warm humid summer, mild winter

Zone 3   Zone 3: Hot dry summer, warm winter

Zone 4   Zone 4: Hot dry summer, cool winter

Zone 5   Zone 5: Warm temperate

Zone 6   Zone 6: Mild temperate

Zone 7   Zone 7: Cool temperate

Zone 8   Zone 8: Alpine

Climate zones affect the levels and type of insulation. The purpose of the insulation, whether it be to keep the heat in or out (or both) will affect the R-Value required. As a general rule, climates that need to keep the heat in, require higher R-Values.

Check out Step 2 for the minimum R-Value to comply.

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For a free measure and quote to determine what insulation is suitable for you, call us on 1300 760 233 or complete the get a quote form.

Note that other provisions within the BCA, such as a reduction in ceiling area insulated due to the installation of recessed down lights or other fixtures, may affect the level of insulation required. Similarly, to meet the deemed-to-satisfy provisions in the BCA other measures for energy efficiency, such as glazing requirements, must also be met.

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