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thermal insulation, heat insulation

A material providing high resistance to heat flow; usually made of mineral wool, cork, asbestos, foam glass, foamed plastic, diatomaceous earth, etc.; fabricated in the form of batts, blankets, blocks, boards, granular fill, and loose fill.
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Judge Peter Bowers told Robinson: "Clearly you targeted victims at random in the sense that you had the skill and knew what would be required for house insulation.
reconstruction solve common areas, common technical distribution (sewerage, water supply, heating, high voltage and current), replacement of roofing and insulation of the ceiling in the basement, ground floor and the whole house insulation contact system.
Council/government supported house insulation first came into our area in the late 70s early 80s.
The cause of problem areas can be greatly reduced by increasing house insulation, finding and sealing thermal bypasses and adding attic radiant barriers.
West Holdings, headquartered in Hiroshima city, specializes in environment-compatible home remodeling and improvement businesses, including photovoltaic (PV) systems, all-electric home appliances and house insulation services.
Using nuclear power and improving energy efficiency - through measures such as better house insulation - could help ease the pressure, he added.
The concrete wall requires almost 3000 kg of limestone and over 9000 kg of fine aggregate, plus an additional 1319 kg of wood fiber for a furred out wood frame used to house insulation.
It had been feared that any energy savings won by efficiency measures like house insulation and low-MPG cars might simply be lost, as consumers choose to have warmer homes or drive further rather than pocketing the savings.
It had been feared any energy savings won by efficiency measures like house insulation and low-MPG cars might be lost, as consumers choose to have warmer homes or drive further rather than pocketing the savings.
Wellington medical school psychologist and health researcher Philippa Howden-Chapman reported on recent research into the effects of house insulation on health.
This added considerable R value to the house insulation, as well as making a good waterproof base for my stucco.