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Insulating for an energy efficient building

Building Code compliance > H Energy efficiency > H1 Energy efficiency > Insulating for an energy efficient building
Understand why insulation is important in New Zealand buildings.

Risks when installing home insulation

Building Code compliance > H Energy efficiency > H1 Energy efficiency > Risks when installing home insulation
Insulation needs to be installed correctly and without risk in New Zealand homes.

Guidance on Building Code compliance for retrofitting insulation in external walls

Building Code compliance > H Energy efficiency > H1 Energy efficiency > Retrofitting insulation in external walls
Guidance to help understand Building Code requirements for retrofitting insulation in external walls.

Guidelines for energy efficient heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems

Building Code compliance > H Energy efficiency > H1 Energy efficiency > Guidance for energy efficient HVAC systems
Guidance on the requirements of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems.

Building Code requirements for house insulation

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New Zealand homes must have minimum amounts of insulation to comply with the Building Code.

Building work repairs and replacements – H1 compliance

Building Code compliance > H Energy efficiency > H1 Energy efficiency > Building work repairs and replacements
Ensure repairs and alterations to a home meet energy efficiency requirements.

Complying with insulation requirements for houses in Northland

Building Code compliance > H Energy efficiency > H1 Energy efficiency > H1 compliance in Northland
Understand how homes in Northland can comply with the Building Code insulation requirements.

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