The cosmopolitan inner-city suburb, North Adelaide, is buzzing with life. Close to the revamped Adelaide Oval, universities, the botanical gardens, the zoo, golf clubs, tennis courts, and the aquatic centre, North Adelaide is one of the city’s hotspots.
Reducing noise, especially during footy season
Whether you’re a footy fan or not, you’re going to experience the thrill of a Crows or Port game. Living in North Adelaide, fans will flock to your streets during the season to watch the game, celebrate wins, and drink to loses. The streets will be busy and loud – especially Melbourne Street, Brougham Place, Finniss Street, Frome Road, Newlands Lane, Melbourne Court, Edith Place, Pennington Terrace, Kermode Street, and Palmer Place.
Reduce noise by installing double glazing. Create a calmer, quieter home, and reduce up to 60% of outside noise. It will also increase security, deterring unwanted guests in your home.
Beautiful heritage homes with tall ceilings
Character homes are found all over North Adelaide. It’s one of the most picturesque suburbs. You just need to drive around North Adelaide to experience its heritage vibe. Some of these streets include Brougham Court, Jerningham Street, MacKinnon Court, O’Connell Street, Wellington Square, Lefevre Terrace, and Jeffcott Street.
High ceilings are renowned in heritage homes. These types of houses tend to get really cold in winter and hot in summer. Double glazing is the perfect way to maintain a consistent temperature, year round. In winter, up to 70% of heat is lost through single-glazed windows. Double glazing helps to capture and store a higher percentage of the natural heat from the winter sun. And in summer, it does the opposite – protecting homes against extreme heat by minimising the heat which enters through windows.
The great thing about this is you’re less dependent on your air conditioner. Through double glazing, you’ll reduce your energy consumption, which saves you money on your power bills.
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