Insulation is proven to be one of the most effective ways of controlling temperature and reducing unwanted noise. Bradford Anticon combines two very effective forms of insulation into a single product to provide these benefits. The reflective foil acts as a barrier, which reduces radiant heat entering the roof space by up to 97% and also controls condensation, while the insulation blanket absorbs outside noise and dramatically slows the transfer of heat into and out of your home.
Reflective foil sarking products are pliable, vapour barrier products that can typically shield up to 95% of radiant heat away from the roof cavity space. These products have a highly reflective aluminium foil surface which can add an additional reflective air-gap R-Value to the roof system, working with your ceiling insulation to improve the energy efficiency of your home.
Bradford Gold ceiling insulation can reduce your energy bills for heating and cooling by up to 45% 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 ceilings with Bradford Gold will provide peace of mind for you and your family.
If you’re building a new home or planning a major alteration, SoundScreen can help you create a sanctuary in your new space.
Your new home should be a place where you and your family live together in peace and quiet. SoundScreen high-density bacoustic insulation has been designed to greatly reduce unwanted noise transferring through internal walls and mid floors to help keep the peace – whether you are working, resting or playing.
Following the Victorian bushfire tragedy, a new residential building standard has been introduced.
Every new home built or renovated must undergo a BAL (Bushfire Attack Level) assessment as part of the application for a building permit.
The site BAL assessment determines the construction methods that must be used to better protect properties from the threat of bushfires. The BAL takes into consideration a number of factors including the Fire Danger Index, the slope of the land, types of surrounding vegetation and its proximity to any building.
A building surveyor will use AS3959 to check compliance with the construction requirements of the standard.
Bradford supply Glasswool, Rockwool , Membranes & ventilation products to comply with these standards.
Key product ranges include the following, please contact Bradford for further details.