Mammoth Home Insulation
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Here are 5 key facts about Mammoth Insulation that will make it "Purrfect" for your home.
- It’s Soft & Non-Irritant: Mammoth insulation has soft, friendly fibres so Prince Nikolai really can sleep on it.
- Plastic Bottles to Insulation: Mammoth includes polyester fibres from recycled plastic bottles which reduces the planet’s landfill.
- Breathe easy: If you need to go into your ceiling space or are fitting a ventilation system you can breathe easy and there’s no need to worry if fibres migrate through small gaps around lights or vents.
- Non-Toxic: Mammoth’s polyester fibres are heat-bonded together with no glues, chemicals or formaldehyde. It’s a safer product for your home.
- 50 year Warranty: With no glues or chemicals to breakdown over time, Mammoth Insulation is guaranteed to perform for 50 years without sagging.
Mammoth™ Ceiling insulation is made in New Zealand from 100% thermally bonded polyester fibres. It is manufactured by InsulPro manufacturing - a carboNZero certified organisation.
The Mammoth Home Insulation Product Range includes:
- Ceiling Insulation
- Wall insulation
- Underfloor insulation
- Acoustic insulation
Finance & Funding
- EECA Insulation Subsidies
- Mortgage Top-Ups for energy efficiency products
- Get Energy Efficiency Products on your Council Rates
- Q Card Finance
Mammoth insulation is an approved product for use in EECA's Warm Up New Zealand: Healthy Homes Programme with subsidies to retrofit ceiling and underfloor insulation for eligible properties. Read more about our other finance options for insulation.
2 questions & answers about this product
Where is Mammoth insulation made?
Mammoth insulation is made in New Zealand with factories in East Tamaki, Auckland and Milton, Otago.
Mammoth is manufactured by InsulPro Manufacturing Ltd a carboNZero certified organisation.
How safe is polyester insulation?
The polyester used in Mammoth insulation is the same type as used in clothing, pillows and duvets. In addition the polyester fibres are bonded together by heat for a permanent bond. Most other insulation types use glues and resins to hold the fibres together.
Mammoth Insulation also has "Declare" labeling. The Declare programme has a Red List of prohibited materials to provide transparency around the building products. Declare is like a 'nutrition label' aiming for healthier and environmentally friendly products in construction.