Warmer home for first time expecting parents

In October 2011 InsulPro, a New Zealand polyester insulation manufacturer, attended the Parent & Child show in Auckland to help expectant parents, families and grandparents understand the importance of insulation creating a warmer, healthier home.

InsulPro is working with New Zealanders to help them gain a greater understanding of the health benefits of insulation.  With InsulPro’s polyester insulation you are not just creating better environments, you are reducing landfill waste, creating a more energy efficient home and reducing carbon emissions.

Fraser and Tanya White were one of the many families that visited the InsulPro stand at the show, and subsequently had NOVAtherm ceiling insulation and NOVAfloor underfloor insulation installed in their home by our installation partner, Warmo.

The White Family

Fraser and Tanya White are a young couple, expecting their first child, and the show offered them a wealth of information and the ability to book a free in-home assessment.

Their baby is due in January and they are renovating their home in preparation.  Insulation was high on the priority list as part of establishing a healthy, warm, and energy efficient home for their family.  Fraser was asked why he chose InsulPro and his response was “I was very interested in the product because it is made in New Zealand is environmentally friendly and made from recycled plastic bottles.”

Warmo delivered on their promise and were the only company to provide an assessment, quote and install on time and on budget.  Fraser commented how seamless it was, “The quote was prepared on site and it was very reasonable. The government insulation subsidy also made it all more affordable which is very important for us at the moment…the installer (Warmo) was on time and also very friendly, quick and efficient.”

The last words must go to Fraser and Tanya White…

“We noticed a difference in the house the same day it was insulated… the whole experience was fantastic.”

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