Insulation for rentals
Insulation for rentals

Changes to the Residential Tenancy Act (RTA) came into effect on 1st July 2016, which means rental properties must meet minimum levels of insulation in the ceiling and under floors.

Rental property insulation: complying with the tenancy law changes

Changes to the Residential Tenancy Act (RTA) came into effect on 1st July 2016, which means rental properties must meet minimum levels of insulation in the ceiling and under floors.

To see what insulation you need to comply please see our handy guide below. To arrange to have insulation professionally installed in your property you can complete the form here or you will find a range of high quality, easy to install DIY Earthwool® glasswool insulation products at your local Bunnings.

CHOOSING THE RIGHT INSULATION FOR YOUR PROPERTYCHOOSING THE RIGHT INSULATION FOR YOUR PROPERTY
CHOOSING THE RIGHT INSULATION FOR YOUR PROPERTY

The level of insulation required for your property depends on which zone you live in. Please refer to the map and tables below to find the best solution for you.

Our recommendations for insulating with glasswool insulation:

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For more information on the changes and how to get your property in compliance, please read through our FAQ’s or download our flyers here.

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