Fuel prices are going up, you are looking for a solution for savings related to heating, you can just make a leak in the building. It is worth a try! Co-financing for this type of activities is available.
Heat not only escapes from them with a huge stream, but also its production is not very economical. The way to solve the above mentioned problem is the implementation of thermo-modernization that will affect savings as well as environmental protection
Improving the energy quality of a building is a large, one-off expense, but it returns quickly and generates savings. Spending money only for basic thermo-modernization such as the replacement of windows and doors. In many cases, a thermo-modernization renovation is enough to make buildings, especially older ones, not like a hole in a colander.
Currently, while carrying out comprehensive investments, we also try to reduce CO2 emissions and harmful dust. However, for the investment to be profitable one hundred percent, it must be comprehensive and carried out along with an energy audit. Also because then you can use the financing for thermo-modernization.
Thermo-modernization of the building means limiting the loss of heat and improving its economic conditions as well as energy saving of interior heating. Therefore, a comprehensive action is necessary, starting from the control of the building which will help find technical solutions and minimize costs, as well as indicate optimal solutions and future savings, by choosing appropriate materials for insulation of the building and ending with the selection of the RES source.
The main reason for the high consumption of heating energy in buildings is excessive heat leakage due to defective insulation. Therefore, the most important and the most common element of thermomodernization is: insulation of the external walls of the building, replacement of the window and door, insulation of the roof and ceilings and floors on the lowest floors. Such a variant of thermo-modernization. Such an investment should also include replacement of the heating system and its modernization. Thermomodernization results not only in lower costs of maintaining appropriate temperatures in the heating season, but also improves the comfort of life as well as gains added value: reduction of emissions of harmful substances to the environment, facilitating the maintenance of buildings and better aesthetic values.
Thermomodernization is a costly investment, which is why local governments, but also individual building owners use various types of financial support:
– CLEAN AIR program
– co-financing for furnace replacement
The poor quality of air in Poland is mainly caused by the combustion of waste and poor quality of fuel in households, mainly by outdated furnaces.