In­su­late with wool to keep out the chill

Matamata Chronicle - - Winter Warmth -

KEEP your fam­ily safe, warm and healthy for years to come with eco-friendly Green Sheep In­su­la­tion So­lu­tions.

‘‘More than 40 per cent of a home’s heat is lost through the ceil­ing,’’ said owner Kane Bur­ton-Brown.

‘‘In­stalling wool in­su­la­tion in the ceil­ing is like wrap­ping the home in a woollen hat, cre­at­ing a ther­mal bar­rier so the heat is not lost. Un­der­floor we use Green­stuf, which is man­u­fac­tured in New Zealand and made from 100 per cent polyester fi­bre with no chem­i­cal bind­ing agents or ad­he­sives.’’

Wool is a nat­u­ral, sus­tain­able and en­vi­ron­men­tally friendly in­su­la­tion so­lu­tion.

It is non-ir­ri­tat­ing, non­toxic and has a high fire re­sis­tance.

Mr Bur­ton-Brown said the top seller at Green Sheep In­su­la­tion So­lu­tions was a blown-in prod­uct made en­tirely of sheep wool.

It works par­tic­u­larly well in low-ceil­ing sit­u­a­tions, pro­vid­ing full cover straight to the edges.

The sec­ond best seller is a woollen blan­ket in­su­la­tion.

Green Sheep In­su­la­tion So­lu­tions cov­ers the Bay of Plenty and the Waikato.

‘‘We don’t charge travel costs. We pro­vide a fast, efficient and friendly ser­vice for a well-in­su­lated home.’’

Green Sheep In­su­la­tion So­lu­tions is 100 per cent Kiwi owned and al­ways sup­ports New Zealand made.

For the month of July, Green Sheep is of­fer­ing all cus­tomers in the Mata­mata area 10 per cent off all ceil­ing and un­der­floor in­su­la­tion.

‘‘We will visit you at your home and carry out a home as­sess­ment then give you a free no obli­ga­tion quote.’’

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