High Performance Sustainable Insulation
Mammoth Insulation is 100% polyester – much the same as your duvets and pillows. It is non-itch, non-toxic and made in New Zealand by a carboNZero certified manufacturer including fibres from recycled plastic bottles.
The range of products includes both low density blankets and medium to high density sections – each designed to suit the application in ceilings, walls and floors.
Mammoth has two options for insulation your ceiling depending on the type of roof you have:
Mammoth Ceiling Blanket is suitable for installation in homes with pitched roof and an accessible ceiling space.
Mammoth Skillion Sections are designed for ceilings where there is little or no roof space.
Mammoth Wall Insulation is available in three formats to help create a warmer, drier homes and buildings.
Sections are semi-rigid polyester insulation that is friction fitted between studs. Mammoth airlay wall sections are self-supporting and contribute to a superior installation without gaps, creases, folds or compression. Proven to maximise it’s thermal performance and outperform (on tested wall sections)
Blanket rolls are lofted polyester insulation that is stapled to the top dwang to fit snugly between wall studs.
Masonry wall is high density insulation sections for masonry lined homes within a frame or strapping system to increase thermal performance.Designed to work in conjunction with the building systems of existing and new homes, Mammoth Wall insulation provides effective, durable and reliable insulation that you can be assured works for at least 50 years
Mammoth underfloor insulation products are easy to handle and install. Made from 100% polyester fibres, Mammoth does not deteriorate, is moisture resistant and unlike polystyrene insulation, won’t affect electrical wiring.
Mammoth has three types of underfloor insulation available in a range of widths to suit your home or building:
Self-supporting underfloor sections – medium density insulation sections that need no staples or straps. Perfect for easy DIY installation.
Underfloor blanket – a stapled in insulation blanket that is a cost-effective option. Recommended for use by experienced builders or insulation installers.
Carpark panel – used for when there are occupied rooms directly above a carpark to reduce thermal heat loss.
50 Year Warranty
Mammoth Insulation comes with a 50 year warranty.
Interesting Insulation Facts
The earliest form of insulation was during the Middle Ages, when the walls of homes were stuffed with mud and straw to keep out the cold.
In the mid-1970s, home improvement companies traded asbestos insulation for fiberglass insulation after finding out the harmful effects asbestos has on lungs.
Fiberglass was invented when a young researcher named Dale Kleist attempted to create a vacuum-tight seal between two pieces of glass and a high-pressure jet of air shot through and turned them into fibers.
Today, an un-insulated home can lose up to 60% of its energy through walls and the ceiling.
Insulation is measured using an “R-value,” which refers to its resistance to heat flow. The higher the R-value, the better it will insulate.
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