After doing some research and talking to Richard at a renovation expo, I decided to use SuperQuilt insulation in the walls and roof of my home renovation which has always been inadequately insulated. I felt SuperQuilt was the perfect product due to it being so thin which made it easy to install, as well as providing high R ratings. The R Rating in my roof went up to R 6 and the walls were 3.1. Apparently the minimum requirement when building is R 2.5 in the roof and R 1.5 in the walls, so I am very impressed with the high ratings and we can most definitely feel the difference indoors since the SuperQuilt was installed. Minimal need to use cooling in summer and heating in winter which is much more economical for us.
Rolf & Katharina Ocean Grove VIC
Renovations were done in our home in the winter of 2017. There were 4 rooms where the super quilt Australia product was installed, the above being a picture of our games room. The other rooms, Kitchen, Family room & a bedroom. The difference with the warmth in the rooms was noticeable straight away and then during the summer months the rooms were noticeably cooler as well. We would recommend this as an excellent insulation product.
Kathryn and Robert McKenzie Coreen Corowa
"In late 2016, the Corowa RSL Club embarked on a renovation and new fit out of its offices, the first in 25 years. After consulting with SuperQuilt Australia, the first thing the Club undertook was installing aluminium composite board over a large amount of glass and then fully insulating the area with SuperQuilt insulation. SuperQuilt is a much thinner form of insulation with higher insulation ratings, and without the added hassles of dealing with itchy, thicker insulation. The cavity area was small, therefore SuperQuilt was highly suitable, fast and easy to install. Two major sections of the office were once unusable at certain times of the day due to the heat or cold coming through the windows. This is no longer the case" -
Adam Richardson, Corowa RSL Club.
"We used SuperQuilt in the roof and walls of our new home on a rural property that runs completely on solar power . Although we aren’t paying any energy bills due to being completely solar, we still wanted a product that is going to reduce the amount of time that our floor heating is required to be on (as timber is not a renewable resource) and reduce the amount of time the solar power is used to cool the house in summer so we can utilise that power for other areas of the house. I understand that the minimum requirement when building is an R-value of 2.5 in the roof and 1.5 in the walls. After we applied SuperQuilt, we ended up with an R-value of 6 in the roof and 4.5 in the walls. You don’t need to be a builder to understand that is a big increase!!! We don’t have any before and after data but we can definitely say, now that we have been in the house for a full winter and summer, that the house retains a lot of heat in the winter and the hydronic heating is on a very low setting to simply maintain a comfortable heat during the really cold months. And in summer we still use the air conditioner on really hot days, however we turn it off before the sun goes down and the house maintains a cool temperature overnight with the aid of ceiling fans"
Tamara Lavis, Corowa