Return of Thermal Insulation Investment
As a result of the heat insulation application to be made with quality materials and quality workmanship in accordance with international standards, savings between 35% and 50% can be achieved in the energy to be spent for heating and cooling of our building and in the budget allocated for energy.
- The savings to be made contribute to the reduction of the amount of energy we import and to the reduction of our foreign dependency.
- With the thermal insulation to be applied, it is ensured to prevent bacteria, fungus, black stain and mold caused by condensation (sweating) that may occur on the outer walls of our house.
- It extends the life of our building by protecting the carrier system of our building from moisture and other external factors.
- It helps to reduce the amount of greenhouse gas emissions and environmental pollution due to the reduction of fuel and electricity consumption that we use for heating and cooling purposes.
(*The value given is an average value and may vary depending on the type of material used, its thickness, building floor height and building architecture.)
Although the investment cost of thermal insulation in buildings seems high, the investment cost is returned in 3 to 5** years with the savings to be made in the energy to be used and operating costs. (** In the application to be made in accordance with the TS825 Standard, it is possible to save 50% or more compared to the non-insulated building fuel bills.)