It’s Money in the Bank
You don’t need to be an economist to know that we live in, what can only be described as, both the best of times and the worst of times financially speaking. What once cost you 100 South African Rands, now costs double or treble that. Home owners are especially feeling the pinch.
Experts have described the South African housing market as being in a state of paralysis. People are not investing money in property. There may be many reasons for this – Millennials we’re looking at you and your smashed avo on toast. But as with most things, it will essentially come down to South Africa’s troubling economy. For those of us that are lucky – or brave enough – to have taken the plunge and bought a house, there might be a number of expenses that take precedent over roof insulation.
What makes Think Pink Aerolite so economical?
We’re pleased to tell you that Think Pink Aerolite will essentially pay for itself in the two years after installation. Because Think Pink Aerolite roof insulation helps regulate the heat loss so you will spend less on heating in winter. We all know that hot air rises and cool air sinks, when you’ve installed Think Pink Aerolite the glass wool reduces the need for artificial climate control by keeping the warm air in the house. Rather than letting it escape through the ceiling. Essentially ThinkPink Aerolite continues to save you money in years to come while caring for the environment.
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