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It’s no secret that New Zealand’s housing stock is notoriously cold, damp and unhealthy. But the problem might be more serious than otherwise thought.
We’ve got super H1 insulation solutions in the bag with our new Pink® Superbatts® range. At Comfortech® our ambition is to create a more sustainable and comfortable future for all.
New Building Code Requirements Bring Biggest Energy Efficiency Change in Over A DecadeIt is well documented that New Zealand’s existing building code construction standards are well below similar temperate countries across the western world.
It’s time to Step Up…
New Zealand has one of the highest rates of asthma in the world, with 1 in 7 children and 1 in 8 adults living with the condition.
Our latest updates for production, order delivery/ collection and PinkFit® installer operation during Covid-19
Another exciting step on our journey to reducing our carbon footprint as we welcome 9 new electric forklifts in our Auckland and Christchurch warehouse facilities. This transition to electric powered forklifts will help us conduct our operations with continued focus on optimum efficiency with minimal and cleaner energy consumption. Win-Win!
We offer the highest industry R-value for ceiling in the glass wool insulation category. As a local kiwi manufacturer, we have the capability to produce higher R-values and custom solutions to best match your requirements.
When you specify Pink® Batts® glass wool insulation, you are eligible to claim points under ‘MAT 1 – Sustainable Material’ category for your Homestar house design. The Homestar New Zealand Technical Manual prepared by the New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC) includes MAT-1 Sustainable Materials credit.
There are a selection of insulation products that can be used with skillion roofs to achieve great thermal performance, all the while maintaining a suitable air gap between the roof underlay and insulation.
Pink® Batts® glass wool insulation passes combustibility tests, making it suitable for use as part of a passive fire system. An insulation product, if chosen correctly, can complement both passive fire and active fire protection to safeguard lives in the event of fire.