Isolation provides savings to families and their homes, and recovers the technical presentation of the building solutions of our buildings. For these explanations, there are grants now and in the future. The detail of improving present buildings can deliver us with subsidies at the time of execution of the insulation improvements and prepares us to save on future taxes.
The CTE transposes the European Directive of Energy Efficiency of buildings (2002/91 / CE), which requires member states to take measures to recover the energy competence of homes. And thermal insulation is one of the best measures,for the reason that any action in this sense supposes a net saving of energy.
Any insulation has a cost. Conscious of this, the Administrations authorize economic aid items for those rehabilitations that suppose a reduction of the energy consumption of the buildings.
The cost of thermally insulating our house will depend on the type of material to be used, the thicknesses that we want to apply and the time we need to apply the type of insulation chosen. In any case our economic investment in isolation will be quickly amortized and reimbursed in a short period of time, obtaining very considerable economic savings in the useful life of our homes.
Thermal insulation contributes to:
Decrease the energy bill of the user / owner and also of the country: when incorporating the thermal insulation the losses of heat or cold inside the house are reduced; therefore, the necessary energy will be lower, making us save money on our bill and also globally, the country’s consumption will be lower
Improve the comfort and well – being of the home user
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions, mainly C02
Remove condensation and improve acoustic insulation: on the one hand, the internal moisture that typically leads to the arrival of mold is eliminated and, in addition, noise from the outside or from the neighbors themselves is reduced
Add value to the building: the above advantages can be a positive argument in case of rental or sale.
Keep in mind that if your home has been built before 1980 it probably will not have any thermal protection and its facilities will be inefficient.
Isolation is an action that improves your home thermally at a very low cost, taking into account the existing subsidies and the savings in your energy bill that it entails.
Good insulation can be achieved by acting in different parts of the building:
- Insulation of facades (walls and windows)
- Insulation of covers and under covers
- Insulation of floors, ceilings, and roofs
- Insulation of internal partitions and separation between dwellings and walls or separations with common areas of the building
Once you have decided to perform thermal insulation in your building or home, the owner should contact a specialized provider. Remember that a well-done project will save you many problems in the future.
Through some of the techniques of isolation, blowing, blowing or projection, and the different insulation materials, Insulation Material Installers can isolate your home with very little outlay on your part, also taking into account that you can benefit from any subsidy or help at the state level, autonomic or local.