Due to increasingly tight building envelopes, which stop air from entering the interior through leaking windows and are thus enhancing the energy efficiency of a building but also affecting the indoor climate, the importance of selecting the right building material is growing.
In the summer ofthe first e4 houses are being completed in the village of Cisie near Warsaw. Would you like to renovate your roof, replace the roof cladding and improve the thermal performance? The following information helps you in making the right choice and provides a compact overview of subjects concerning the roof.
Renovation and refurbishment of existing buildings is becoming more and more important these days as space and resources are often limited, especially in urban areas.
Adaptations and extensions of buildings as well as attic conversions are a good alternative to new buildings. Refurbishments help us to create more space, reduce energy consumption and preserve our cultural heritage while bringing the building up to latest technical standards.
Renovation not only honours the past, it also means looking into the future! A beautiful look is no longer sufficient, even though it might be spectacular. Expectations and demands are high, the wish list is long.
This presents architects and clients with complex challenges. In consideration of the demands and expectations relating to quality of living, indoor climate, health and energy-efficiency, bricks, clay blocks and roof tiles prove to be very valuable building materials.
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