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You must be the homeowner to book a free insulation assessment.
*EECA estimate based on figures from BRANZ report E466, and the number of homes insulated under EECA-administered retrofit programmes.
How does it work
The Mammoth Warm Home Health Check uses a Thermometer to measure the warmth of your home and Psychromotor to measure the humidity.
The importance of keeping your home warm.
The World Health Organization recommends a minimum indoor temperature of 18ºC, or a minimum of 20ºC for more vulnerable groups like children, the elderly and people who are ill.
The minimum overnight temperature for bedrooms is 16ºC.
A warm home helps reduce respiratory related illnesses.
Humidity is the level of moisture that is contained in the air. It is actually ‘water vapour’ and cannot be seen. In winter, high humidity inside your home causes you to feel cold and damp. It makes your home harder to heat, increases mould and mildew and contributes to respiratory related illnesses.