Strong advantages through additional insulating layers in timber construction
Surely you are more concerned with the subject of insulation than in the past. Buildings are being planned more and more energy-efficiently, renovated in a contemporary way or modernized in a targeted manner. If the ecological and popular wooden construction method is then chosen, the question arises: How can effective thermal insulation be achieved when using solid construction timber?
The answer is: through additional insulation layers that contribute more than a quarter to the overall insulation performance. An important parameter in this context is the R value, which, as a measure of the thermal resistance, helps you to quickly estimate the thermal protection of external components. In our info flyer, we use tables to show you how the values behave for insulated rafter layers, wood fiber underlay panels and insulated cross battens. See what is possible with appropriate insulation measures and imagine how easily benefits such as summer heat protection, improved protection against outside noise and over-insulation of thermal bridges can be achieved.
With the awareness of optimal thermal insulation in timber construction, you contribute to the living comfort of your customers and create a level of insulation that is suitable for efficiency houses with little effort. And that is exactly what is in demand today!
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