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The Future Of Residential Housing – Zero Energy Housing



The concept of insulated panels has previously been used in commercial building projects only. Bondor has now developed an insulated panel InsulWall® specifically for residential applications. Together with the already popular roofing product SolarSpan®, InsulWall® is expected to revolutionise Australian housing design and construction.

Australia’s new 6-Star Energy Efficiency requirement for new homes will demand significant advancements in the choice of materials for Australian residential construction practices.

Insulated Construction Australia will demonstrate how uncomplicated the system can be to build an aesthetically pleasing home that meets and exceeds thermal performance requirements. Using technology that enables people to save on future energy bills by providing an affordable energy efficient family home of the future which requires significantly less construction time.

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20 comments

  1. Such bull shit.. I’m a plumber and you are not plumbing that damn houses in any way. I’m not talking about water lines. I’m talking DWV drainage & venting systems.

  2. Just like walk-in coolers not strong in storms

  3. Avail for Indian climate?

  4. Good very good

  5. The interior walls looked like styrofoam, light weight. Roof pieces were light weight, will this house sustain hurricane winds from 75-185 mph.

  6. Great, although I had to mute the video.

  7. Chance to come in India?

  8. 👌👌

  9. you can't do zero energy this way… this is an inexperienced approach to zero energy homes.

  10. how much DIRT can I bury this under ????

  11. Wooooww

  12. 1) How it works in an area of HEAVY dandruff ?
    2) Can you use on a semicircle sheds.?⛱3) Can it be used on bathroom walls and floor too ?

  13. No need for the wacky music, guys.

  14. Gazz boss Van den Bos

    Used a similar product in Emerald , western Queensland, external walls where 140mm and internal where 90 mm and every 2.4 metres we had a 100mm square post that that was chemset and bolted down , we had to house out the panels where their were posts so our panels could slip around the inside and outside to hide the post , this was for category 5 cyclone rating, once all the walls where up the tops of the wall panels had to have a rebate at the top only on the outside for a continuous 100mm square box section that would run the entire perimeter as a beam and welded to the tops of the post , the inside was left alone , then the ceiling panels would be fitted and screwed to the ring beam , then we would mark out all the trusses and stand and screw the sealing down to the sealing panels and that would hold the ceilings up , all electrical and would be done by heating a metal rod and pushing it down through the wall cavities for lights or chased into the walls by cutting a channel into the wall where they where required, roofing iron was fitted and facia and gutters and associated down pipes and other plumbing, similar to this product the internal walls where plastered and external walls rendered, all up we could have the house built to lockup in two days and completely finished inside and out, fully landscaped and fenced in five days and hand over the keys, these houses are super strong because of the steel the steel posts and ring beam that tied it all to the concrete foundation.

  15. is it a sound proof

  16. Complete junk.

  17. ANKIT KUMAR SHARMA

    This home may not be tolerance the wind….

  18. Rajesh Swamyadiyan

    Contact mobile number in tamil

  19. Good for 1 storm

  20. Satélite Territorial

    casa de juguete con razón los ciclones o tornados se llevan sus casas.