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Insulation Installers Blue Mountains

A stunning view of the Blue Mountains on a sunny day. Amelior Insulation's insulation installers in the Blue Mountains can improve the energy efficiency of homes.

At Amelior Insulation, we are your trusted partners for insulation installations in the Blue Mountains. Our Blue Mountains insulation installers excel in clear communication, adhere to the insulation standards in Australia and ensure your needs are met. We specialise in both ceiling and underfloor insulation installations and removals.

Climate in the Blue Mountains

The expansive Blue Mountains region covers 1,032,649 hectares (2,551,730 acres) and was listed on the World Heritage List during the 24th Session of the World Heritage Committee, which convened in Cairns in the year 2000.

The Blue Mountains have a rich historical significance due to their mountainous terrain, which marks a substantial part of Greater Sydney’s western boundary. Situated approximately 50km west of the city centre, near Penrith, they share borders with Sydney. While the Blue Mountains are just one part of the extensive mountainous landscape associated with the Great Dividing Range, their specific boundaries were officially defined in 1970. These boundaries include the Nepean and Hawkesbury rivers to the east, the Coxs River and Lake Burragorang to the west and south, and the Wolgan and Colo rivers to the north. Geologically, they are located within the Sydney Basin.

The climate in the Blue Mountains varies with elevation. At an elevation of around 1,010m, Katoomba experiences a summer with an average maximum temperature of approximately 22°C. Occasionally, temperatures can reach into the 30s°C, but it’s not uncommon to see maximum temperatures staying in the teens, especially when influenced by east coast troughs. Summer nights usually remain in the teens, sometimes dropping into single figures.

In winter, daytime temperatures in Katoomba typically hover around 10 to 11°C, with clear nights dropping to about -1°C, and cloudy nights stabilising at 3 to 4°C. While it’s rare, temperatures can occasionally dip to -3°C or lower. Generally, the coldest air settles in the valleys during calm, clear nights. The Blue Mountains is not known for exceptionally cold mornings compared to other areas on the Central Tablelands, such as Oberon, Bathurst and Orange. Snowfall occurs in the region two to three times a year.

On an annual basis, the Upper Blue Mountains receives an average rainfall of about 1,050mm, often accompanied by numerous misty days.

Housing in the Blue Mountains

According to the latest ABS census report, the Blue Mountains is home to approximately 78,000 residents, living in 22,000 families. The region reflects a diverse mix of ancestries, with the top five recorded as English, Australian, Irish, Scottish and German.

In terms of housing costs, the median weekly rent in the Blue Mountains stands at $400. There are approximately 35,000 occupied dwellings in the area, with 92% of them being separate houses and 3% as flats or apartments. On average, a dwelling in the Blue Mountains has 3.3 bedrooms.

Ownership patterns in the region are quite varied. About 40% of occupied private dwellings are owned outright, 39% are owned with a mortgage and 18% of dwellings are rented. It has been noted that many homes in the Blue Mountains are not adequately insulated, leading to higher energy costs, reduced comfort and an increased environmental impact. To combat these problems, it’s recommended to have a higher level of insulation installed.

Where is the best place to live in the Blue Mountains? There are many beautiful places to live in the Blue Mountains, but a common favourite is Leura. It’s a peaceful village surrounded by stunning nature, where you’ll find quaint streets with lovely shops and great places to eat. The community is welcoming and you’re close to beautiful hikes and famous sights like the Three Sisters. Whether you love nature, good food or a tight knit community, Leura offers a fantastic place to call home.

Best Insulation for Blue Mountains Homes

Ensuring your home is comfortable and energy efficient is important, especially in a region like the Blue Mountains with its varying climate, and in a time where energy prices are rising

If you’re unsure about the insulation status of your property or not comfortable inspecting it yourself, the best option is to book a Blue Mountains roof insulation inspection. Our expert team can assess the insulation R-value of your home and recommend the best insulation improvements for your Blue Mountains dwelling, helping you save on your energy bills.

Amelior Insulation also does whirlybird installations in the Blue Mountains, which enhances the air circulation of a home in an energy efficient manner.

Just give us a call at 0450 858 568 or send a text requesting a call-back at a convenient time. Our experienced team looks forward to speaking with you and helping you with all your insulation needs.