Comfort – Cooler in summer & warmer in winter
Your home is your sanctuary from the outside world, so when you come home from a hard days work you want to it to feel as comfortable as possible, so you can kick off your shoes, sit back & relax.
Not too hot, not too cold – just right….
Correctly installed Higgins insulation is the key to a more comfortable home, it will help to protect your home from the harsh Australian climate and create an environment that is cooler in Summer & warmer in winter.
Noise pollution can be a real problem, especially as our population grows and housing density increases. Part of being comfortable in your own home is not having to listen to your neighbor mowing his lawn, outside traffic or even your own kids playing in the rumpus room. Properly installed Higgins insulation not only controls the temperature of your home but also helps to greatly reduce the amount of inside & outside noise that travels through your walls & ceilings.
Lower Energy Bills…
Not only will properly installed Higgins insulation keep you more comfortable but it will also lower your energy bills.
Heating & cooling account for around 35 – 40% of a typical homes energy use.
Properly installed Higgins insulation will help to maintain your home at a more stable temperature all year round. You will use your air conditioning or heating much less, significantly reducing your energy bill. In fact, a large home (300m2) could save as much as 80% on heating & cooling costs, while a smaller home (150m2) could save up to 60% compared to an uninsulated home
Reduce your carbon footprint & help save the planet…
Making your home more energy efficient is an easy and proven way to reduce your carbon footprint
The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has identified that buildings represent around 40% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions (due to the energy they consume). Making your home more energy efficient is a key step you can take to reduce your carbon footprint.
The main element in your carbon footprint is carbon dioxide, and evidence suggests that it is one of the main contributors to global warming and climate change.