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NZS 4218:2009 Thermal insulation - Housing and small buildings

Abbreviation
NZS 4218:2009
Valid from
06/07/2009
Replaces
NZS 4218:2004

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Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand
Information type
New Zealand Standard
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PDF


Description

Insulating your home is the most effective thing you can do to keep it warm, save energy and money. If you are looking to build or renovate, you need to make sure any new work complies with the insulation requirements set out in the Building Code. It is often worth spending a little extra and exceeding the minimum Building Code requirements to make your home as warm and comfortable as possible.

This standard helps establish the levels of thermal insulation for houses and small buildings. When read along with Acceptable Solution H1/AS1, it provides a way of complying with the New Zealand Building Code for the thermal insulation of houses for energy efficiency.

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Description

Insulating your home is the most effective thing you can do to keep it warm, save energy and money. If you are looking to build or renovate, you need to make sure any new work complies with the insulation requirements set out in the Building Code. It is often worth spending a little extra and exceeding the minimum Building Code requirements to make your home as warm and comfortable as possible.

This standard helps establish the levels of thermal insulation for houses and small buildings. When read along with Acceptable Solution H1/AS1, it provides a way of complying with the New Zealand Building Code for the thermal insulation of houses for energy efficiency.

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NZS 4218:2009 Thermal insulation - Housing and small buildings
Description

Insulating your home is the most effective thing you can do to keep it warm, save energy and money. If you are looking to build or renovate, you need to make sure any new work complies with the insulation requirements set out in the Building Code. It is often worth spending a little extra and exceeding the minimum Building Code requirements to make your home as warm and comfortable as possible.

This standard helps establish the levels of thermal insulation for houses and small buildings. When read along with Acceptable Solution H1/AS1, it provides a way of complying with the New Zealand Building Code for the thermal insulation of houses for energy efficiency.

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