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This 178-page report contains 208 tables, charts and graphs that add visual analysis to explain developing trends within the building thermal insulation market.

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“Building Thermal Insulation market will reach $26.1 billion in 2018” says Visiongain report.

Building insulation is used to reduce the amount of power required to heat or cool a building and minimise the amount of heat that escapes during the winter and to limit the hot summer air penetration. Building insulation stands to be the most cost-effective measure in a climate that has a wide range of annual average temperature.

19 June 2018

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