Nature teaches us that the flow of heat from hot to cold is energy, and energy costs money.
The same applies to buildings, where in the summer, the hot external environment “invades” our building, and conversely, in the winter, heat from heating sources “escapes” to the external environment.
Buildings with inadequate thermal insulation eventually encounter problems such as:
- Increased costs for cooling in the summer and heating in the winter.
- Unpleasant and unhealthy living conditions indoors due to the appearance of mold from condensation.
- Premature aging of the building’s structure, resulting in increased expenses for ongoing maintenance.