Insulation acts as a barrier to heat loss and heat gain, particularly in roofs and ceilings, walls and floors. In many homes insulation is the most practical and cost-effective way to make a house more energy efficient, keeping it cooler in summer and warmer in winter and saving up to 80% in heating and cooling losses.
Most of the energy in the world is not used for the operation of industry and transport, namely, heating and hot water supply of houses.
In a poorly insulated building envelope of buildings (facades, floors, roofs, windows, doors) into the atmosphere it takes more than half of the consumption of heat and energy prices are increasing each year, and stocks of fossil fuels is becoming smaller. Besides the burning of even a minimal amount of fuel accompanied by the emission of carbon dioxide CO2, which negatively affects the environment.
In the face of rising energy prices, the use of thermal insulation - one of the easiest decisions to keep the heat in their homes in winter and protection from overheating in summer. Insulation also helps reduce harmful effects on the environment (reduce the amount of CO2 emissions), and at the same time save money on heating and air conditioning facilities.
Thus, the insulation of the building complex provides: