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From 17 April 2020, we have ceased our in-home installation services for Sydney and Melbourne for draught-proofing, ceiling and underfloor insulation.
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Maurice Beinat, Co-Founder ecoMaster, Host of ecoMasterClass – A Free Resource Library for Passionate DIYers
Over 17 years experience in making homes more energy efficient
Creator of the eco Home Assessment , still regarded the only home assessment that gives you real solutions
Chief designer and developer of ecoMaster products – because of a huge passion is to develop, new effective and long lasting and affordable products for every home in Australia
The guy in front of over 100 videos (he loves doing them!) designed specifically to help customers in their homes
It actually halved our winter heating bill, it came down from about $1,600 to $800.”
… We just wanted to be more comfortable in the house… just to operate in all areas of the house more comfortably.”
The DIY Energy Efficient Home Project Magazine
Here is our digital magazine that explains what we did to our home over the course of a few years to make it the energy efficient home that it is now. You can do this too.
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Insider secrets # 23When looking at two-story homes, one of the ways to optimize comfort, especially when heating or cooling a home, is to zone the first floor from the ground floor. Zoning is usually done at the staircase. Looking at a typical two-story home layout,...
Insider secrets # 22Today we’re going to talk about multi-level homes and in particular, the kind of airflow that happens in staircases. Demonstrated in another Insider Secret,“Stairway to Heaven or Stairway to Big Energy Costs” we showed the direction of smoke rising...
Insider secrets # 21Having retrofitted thousands of homes, I have come to the conclusion that most two-storey homes are constructed upside down. In a typical two-storey home, the bedrooms are upstairs and the living areas are downstairs. In winter, when you put on the...