- To consume less energy
- Comparative: consumption of a house according to its insulation
- You want to insulate your attic at € 1?
- To increase comfort
To renovate the walls, protect themselves from the cold or isolate themselves from the noise, the traditional solution is to double the walls. This operation increases your comfort, but also reduces heating bills.
To consume less energy
Energy consumption rhymes obviously with invoice to pay. A poorly insulated house lets heat escape from all sides.
It is then necessary to replace constantly the calories that flee at the cost of significant energy and financial expenses. The doubling of walls with insulation is the first weapon to fight against this waste.
Comparative: consumption of a house according to its insulation
Consumption of a house with insulated walls and attics + single glazing / Consumption of a house with attic, walls and insulated floors + double glazing
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Consumption of a house with insulated attic + single glazing / Consumption of a house with isolated ground + single glazing
To increase comfort
The cold wall sensation is felt when the difference between the temperature of the walls and that of the ambient air exceeds 3° C. The doubling of the walls plays an important role in our perception of the temperature of a room.
1 m from uninsulated wall at 13° C the air temperature of the room may be 20° C, the perception that we will not exceed (20 + 13) / 2 = 16.5° C... Too cold!
In the same room with insulated walls 18.5° Cthe perception will be 19,25° C... Perfect!