Nov 10, 2020 - 7:15pm
7:15pm, doors open at 6:30pm for registration. The Salvation Army Auditorium 92 Vivian Street, Te Aro, Wellington. Parking is off Jessie St, beside the Salvation Army Building.
No need to register in advance if you're a member, just show up on the night! If you are a non-member and are interested in attending this meeting it is $25. You can pay on the night or in advance by clicking the link below.
CheckHomes Healthy Homes report points of difference:
- is an independent report covering all aspects of the Healthy Homes Standards.
- Well set out and easy to understand.
- Every area is photographed, time and date stamped if the report is required at tenancy tribunals at a later date.
- If areas are not-compliant, these are explained why and what would be required to bring them up to a compliant standard.
A complete healthy homes report customised to your home or commercial building includes:
• Heating – determine if the heating in place at your property complies with the healthy home standards or what heating would be required to comply. The World Health Organisation recommends a minimum indoor temperature of 18 degrees.
• Installation – determine if the accessible ceiling and underfloor insulation complies with the healthy home standard. Minimum R-values differ throughout New Zealand, therefore, they ensure your property complies with your correct climate zone.
• Ventilation – determine whether your kitchen and bathroom have sufficient ventilation if not we recommend what is required to comply with the new legislation.
• Moisture ingress and drainage – determine if your properties subfloor requires a ground moisture barrier.
• Draught stopping – determine if there are any unreasonable gaps or holes in walls, ceilings, windows, skylights, floors and doors which cause noticeable draughts. If found they provide viable solutions to comply with the standard.
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