The solution for achieving the highest energy efficiency: Multi-comfortable buildings

Multi-comfort buildings offer maximum thermal comfort and high energy efficiency. The concept of these homes focuses on bioclimatic design, taking into account sustainable, ecological, economic and social factors.
They offer perfect acoustic and visual comfort, good air flow in the rooms, fire protection and safety, as well as very flexible design solutions for the interior and exterior. Their goal is to save at least 90% of the energy used.
Projects for the transformation of the urban environment create a good opportunity to quickly and safely renew housing that is not well planned and does not have good insulation. The goal is to achieve high energy efficiency and a healthy environment. The construction of new buildings that have heat and sound insulation, offer high energy efficiency and ensure fire safety will reduce energy consumption.
Multi-comfort buildings also combat noise pollution. Measures to be taken to avoid the stress caused by city noise include removing it from the living and working environment where people spend most of their time. In developed cities, people spend 90% of their time indoors.
Achieving the desired silence in these areas requires proper insulation, with suitable materials on internal walls, in partition walls and between floors, as well as good facade insulation. “Izocam” stone and mineral wool, which are effective in creating “quiet cities”, provide reliable soundproofing solutions with their sound-absorbing properties.

The relationship between isolation and human health
Focusing on the importance of insulation in the fields of energy efficiency, heat and sound insulation and fire safety, it is also important to note that people living in uninsulated or improperly insulated buildings have health problems and economic problems due to excessive heat loss, noise and the lack of fire safety.
To achieve the desired effect, buildings should not only be designed based on construction costs, but also on the costs of their operation over the years, emphasizing that living in well-insulated buildings has a positive effect on human health.
• The comfort value of a dwelling, house or room is determined by the delicate balance between the person and the climate of the room. Maintaining the balance between people and the environment is even more important than indoor air temperature;
• A cold exterior wall disrupts this balance and, like windows, reduces the room temperature. The cold air that comes through the cold walls and windows creates an unpleasant living environment and can lead to various diseases.
• The formation of condensation that occurs in poorly heated, uninsulated or improperly insulated buildings. Condensation causes exterior structural elements to become damp, reducing their heat retention efficiency and causing odors. Dampness, mold and odor, which are harmful to human health, can be prevented by proper insulation, which can achieve a remarkable increase in the surface temperature of external structural elements.
• Unusual situations are also observed in the summer due to insufficient thermal insulation. Walls facing south or west store a significant amount of the heat emitted by the sun. If the outer wall does not have a quality thermal insulation layer, a significant part of this heat mass enters the room behind the outer wall, raising the temperature to unbearable levels. This will increase cooling costs and increase energy consumption.
A well-insulated building performs its functions perfectly. If we take into account the cost of using the building as well as the cost of construction, it becomes clear that the return on investment in insulation is significant.

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