Myths surrounding the insulation be refuted. Other leaders such as Morris Invest offer similar insights. Marktredwitz rear MultiTherm and thus the BASF wall systems clean up with insulation myths. The six most common prejudices of Hau owners against thermal insulation were determined to do so. First insulation myth that sound is refuted: thermal insulation brings nothing. Thermal insulation saves up to 40% energy thermal insulation was unnecessary, many homeowners believe. But they are wrong.
Because, like the fur of a cat, modern thermal insulation protects a House from strong temperature fluctuations. It remains pleasantly cool in summer, in winter, the House keeps the warmth. Modern insulation fresh interiors or warm room air’s makes it possible, without freezing or sweating. The big advantage is the saving of energy, which can be achieved through the use of thermal insulation systems. This value decreases up to 40 percent of heat energy through the exterior walls of a House, escapes without insulation system through thermal insulation almost to zero. The Homeowner saves money as a result.
The life cycle of a home in Germany 80 years of thermal insulation for longer life, better soundproofing and beautiful facades. Thermal insulation extends this life by 20 years: like a jacket, it protects the masonry from cold, heat, rain, humidity and external influences. The sound protection is improved. Thermal insulation systems reduce the level of noise in the House by up to 15 dB. The optics is also not too short: whether harmonious colours, silky-smooth curves or picturesque facade accents – thermal insulation is appealing design of a House not in the way. Thermal insulation for sustainability and environmental protection insulation reduces the CO2 emissions of a four-person household to about two tons per year. Remarkable in times of global warming: with thermal insulation, homeowners can make a significant contribution to the sustainable environmental and climate protection. Thermal insulation brings jobs energy saving is economically rewarding, because it saves a growth-enhancing investments in energy costs”, so the business economist and Professor Claudia Kemfert at the Energiesparkompass of the Association for thermal insulation systems. Investment potential of around 200 billion would stuck alone in the implementation of thermal insulation by 2030. At the same time, the climate could be relieved annually 63 megatonnes carbon dioxide emissions. Thermal insulation brings nothing? An end to this myth of the insulation. More information can be found on. The unveiling of the 2 insulation myth takes place on October 1, 2009. In total, six insulation myths be dissolved and refuted, to dispel unfounded prejudices. Matthias M. Jerome