Thermal Insulation and Compensation Time

İçerik 05.02.2015
Thermal insulation will be 50% on average, depending on the thickness of the insulation you use and the structure of your building. Compensation time will be between 2 and 5 years on average depending on the quantity of fuel you consume for heating (and cooling, if any) and type of fuel.

Cost of the thermal insulation at the construction phase is between 2% and 5% of the cost of the building. In a building where thermal insulation is applied at construction phase, investment and operating costs also reduce since low capacity boilers, air conditioners, small radiators and installations are used. Spending on thermal insulation amortize themselves within 2-5 years when energy is saved. For natural gas savings, at first roof insulation should properly be applied to houses. As a result of this, a saving of 20% will be made. Insulated doors and windows should be preferred. 15% of heat losses in buildings are resulted from uninsulated materials. Locations where air enters or exits, if any, should be sealed with insulation materials. For natural gas saving, the most important recommendations are that walls should be insulated as much as possible and it must be ensured that heat does not directly come into contact with the wall. However, the most essential recommendation is to apply the jacketing and coating systems which change the heat inside the house at rates up to 50% to the building. Consumers state that after the building is coated, problems in heating have been solved considerably and they were satisfied.