Ambuja Cements has introduced Cool Walls that keep homes cool in summers and hot in winters.

Ambuja Cool Walls is a unique wall solution that keeps the house cool during summer and retains inside temperature to make the house warmer in winter. It is made with heat-barrier technology that helps to maintain inside temperature of any house lesser by 5o Celsius as compared to the external temperature. The innovative heat barrier technology, consistent quality, and enhanced strength (>5 MPa) are the main differentiators of this product.

Ambuja Cool Walls

Ambuja Cool Walls offer an innovative solution to the challenge posed by traditional construction, like efflorescence on walls, termite attack, water absorption, and propensity to earthquakes. Ambuja Cool Walls along with the unique jointing mortar makes the wall stronger. This helps consumers in cost saving on electricity due to thermal insulation, low frequency of repeat painting because of no efflorescence, lesser repeat maintenance and lower construction cost. Additional benefits include noise reduction and high fire resistance etc. Also, it enables speedy construction and reduces project completion time by ~ 30%.
Neeraj Akhoury, CEO India Holcim and MD & CEO of Ambuja Cements
Ambuja Cool Walls is a testimony to our commitment to provide sustainable, high-strength, and eco-friendly solutions for a better and a greener future. Ambuja Cements is among the first Indian cement companies to offer this unique block and mortar solution to individual housebuilders.

Neeraj Akhoury, CEO India Holcim and MD & CEO of Ambuja Cements

Ambuja Cool Walls is made of cement with other ingredients and has no natural or added salts or impurities like seen in clay bricks. Thus, the plaster retains its strength and helps save recurring painting costs. It is a sustainable product as it consumes large volume of fly ash in its manufacturing. The walls do not require curing during construction which saves 5000 liters of water for a 1000-sqft house. The product is being manufactured in 23 plants across India.