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Reducing C02 Emissions By Beefing Up the Roofing Insulation in Buildings

November 13th, 2012 Posted by admin in - Roof Insulation

Yet another tremendous storm wrought damage to some of the largest cities on the eastern coast of the United States.  Australia has seen increases in turbulent storms and strange weather patterns.  Now couldn’t be a better time for builders and renovators to step up to improving the roofing insulation in older structures across Australia.  Doing so places them in the spotlight for proactive programs to address global warming.

While some political arenas refuse to acknowledge the negative effects of global warming, the rest of the world is living through significant changes in weather patterns that have a long term impact on our lifestyles and pocket books.  CO2 emissions are the driving force behind global warming.  Many existing structures in Australia are poorly insulated.  Poor roofing insulation leads to poor thermal economy which translates into unnecessary CO2 emissions.

Achieving optimum thermal design of buildings can achieve large cuts in CO2.  Austral Insulation works with builders and home improvement specialists to provide solutions for improving roofing insulation in homes and commercial buildings.

The fact is nearly half of all fuel resources are used to heat and cool buildings.  Since Austral Insulation is in the business of thermal insulation, they provide solutions to keep warm and cool air indoors and not escaping as wasted energy into the atmosphere.

If you are in the building, roofing or home improvement industry, we invite you to contact us to review how you can leverage very obvious weather changes to benefit your bottom line and make a positive impact to reducing global warming at the same time.  By retrofitting existing buildings, both residential and commercial, with improvements to the roofing insulation your business will demonstrate positive activities for a sustainable future.

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