I wish to build in the region of Dijon, all builders contacted on the region do not want to isolate from the outside. What do you think? I proposed insulating shuttering blocks and the answer is worse!
The builders of detached houses operate in an optimized rationalization scheme, that is to say at lower cost. Despite all the constraints generated by the hardening of thermal regulations successive, the trio cinderblock (or brick) + bonded inner lining + monolayer outer plaster remains the least expensive solution, and that all masons master.
Want to isolate from the outside or use insulating formwork blocks is a good idea, but then enter into a project management contract with an architect, who will have the works carried out by companies open to these technical developments. The final cost will necessarily be higher, but for benefits and quality of achievement probably higher.
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