Solve mould, damp and con­den­sa­tion and save money

Central Leader - - News - By Peter Tay­lor

At Air­foam Wall In­su­la­tors, they elim­i­nate th­ese prob­lems at the source, not just the symp­toms, and you and your fam­ily can en­joy a warmer, drier, qui­eter and health­ier home.

What’s more, af­ter the in­stal­la­tion cost, there are no on­go­ing run­ning costs and you’ve solved your con­den­sa­tion, mould and damp prob­lems for good. What’s more it keeps your home warm in win­ter and cool in sum­mer!

Like many Ki­wis, I be­lieved the ceil­ing in­su­la­tion in my pre-1991 home made it en­ergy ef­fi­cient.

How­ever, when there were signs of mould and musty smells, an ex­pen­sive de­hu­mid­i­fier helped the im­me­di­ate prob­lem, but didn’t get down to solv­ing the cause.

I took ad­van­tage of Air­foam Wall In­su­la­tors’ free con­sul­ta­tion on ther­mal ef­fi­ciency, and af­ter chat­ting with Craig Cargill at Air­foam, I got a clearer pic­ture of how to get rid of the prob­lem for keeps.

He clearly showed me how ex­pen­sive heated air quickly rises and dis­si­pates through walls, caus­ing con­den­sa­tion on the way.

To solve the prob­lem once and for all, it makes good eco­nomic sense to keep the heat inside the home by prop­erly in­su­lat­ing the walls. Air­foam is the only prod­uct avail­able de­signed specif­i­cally for in­su­lat­ing ex­ist­ing walls.

The Air­foam Wall In­su­la­tion process fills ev­ery cav­ity, shut­ting out draughts, yet still al­lows the walls to breathe.

It makes good sense to have Craig ex­plain how Air­foam can pro­tect your home and give you a free as­sess­ment of your home’s ther­mal ef­fi­ciency – and if you need fur­ther proof, ask Air­foam In­su­la­tors to show you the many tes­ti­mo­nial let­ters from sat­is­fied cus­tomers.

For more than 25 years, Air­foam has been in­stalled in thou­sands of New Zealand homes.

It takes one or two days to in­stall, and for as lit­tle as $30 a week over two years, you can start en­joy­ing a hap­pier, health­ier home.

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Craig and Karen Cargill on 3770966 or 0800HEATSAVERS.

Air­foam Cen­tral team: Craig and Karen Cargill and sons, and Kevin McMil­lan (cen­tre) pic­tured in front of a Mt Al­bert villa they re­cently in­su­lated.

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