Byline: Christine Farn PROPERTY NEWS WITH the Met Office warning that the cold weather could last until the end of April, the National Insulation Association (NIA) is urging householders to protect themselves by insulating without delay.
What does NIA stand for?
NIA stands for National Insulation Association
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- Nails Industry Association
- National Imaging Associates (radiology)
- National Indoor Arena (UK)
- National Infantry Association
- National Information Account
- National Information Accounts Clearinghouse
- National Information Association
- National Institute of Accountants
- National Institute of Aerospace
- National Institute on Aging (US NIH; also seen as NIOA)
- National Insulator Association
- National Insurance Act (various locations)
- National Intelligence Agency (South Africa and Thailand)
- National Intelligence Application (police incident code; New Zealand)
- National Investigation Agency (India)
- National Irrigation Administration (Philippines)
- Nature Improvement Area (Natural England; UK)
- Nature in Art (UK museum)
- Naval Intelligence Assessment
- Navy Industrial Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
The National Insulation Association says that 60% of your home's heat could be escaping through uninsulated walls and roofs while the Energy Saving Trust claims that installing cavity wall and loft insulation can save of up to PS310 per year or up to PS635 per year for solid walls and lofts.
The National Insulation Association (NIA), which represents more than 90% of the qualified workforce installing insulation in homes, is also concerned that some unscrupulous workmen could take advantage of the scheme.
The National Insulation Association is expecting rapid growth in the number of homes installing cavity wall and loft insulation in the coming years.
WITH the news from Ofgem that householders are to face much higher energy bills for years to come, the National Insulation Association (NIA) is urging people to protect themselves against future price rises by insulating their homes without delay.
The National Insulation Association is advising that one way for householders to reduce fuel consumption is to install insulation.