For a tile roof, ensure it is installed with Bradford Enviroseal roof sarking. For a metal roof, make sure Bradford Anticon roof blanket is used. Combining these products with Airomatic roof vents and eave vents creates an effective moisture barrier that helps future-proof your new home against condensation, humidity and mould.
Upgrade your ceiling insulation to Bradford Gold Hi-Performance. It’s important to ask your builder for the highest R-value for your home design. Higher R-value means higher thermal performance.
Including acoustic insulation is an important upgrade in two-storey midfloors. Select Bradford SoundScreen to reduce airborne noise transfer between floors.
Upgrade your wall insulation to Bradford Gold Hi-Performance. It’s important to ask your builder for the highest R-value for your home design. Higher R-value means higher thermal performance.
Including acoustic insulation in internal walls is an essential upgrade. Select Bradford SoundScreen to help minimise noise transfer between rooms.
You want to make sure you talk to your builder during the tender phase of your new home project. At this stage you’ll agree on a fixed price tender, detailing the major inclusions and itemised costs to build your new home. Find out more about the whole process and get the Total Home Comfort upgrade checklist in our planning guide.
Confirm with your builder you can upgrade to Bradfrd products.
The most important phase to ensure you have Bradford thermal, acoustic and anti-condensation products included in your inclusions.
Plans & Externals
This may be the last opportunity for you to upgrage to thermal, acoustic and anti-condensation products.
Although unlikely, you may be able to add acoustic insulation at this stage.
You’re all wrapped up! Ensure you’ve selected Bradford products at the tender and planning phases for total home comfort!