With facade insulation you can save a lot of energy - and with it too heating costs. Without proper insulation, around 30 percent of your heating energy is wasted outside. Studies show that facade insulation alone saves up to 20 percent on heating costs. The older the facade and the higher the heating costs, the faster the investment will pay for itself. Which insulation our specialists will best determine how this will affect you individually. 

Facade insulation saves energy and heating costs

Heating and hot water account for around 80 percent of the energy consumption of a private household. If you want to reduce your energy consumption noticeably, you should concentrate on this first. A facade insulation ensures that more generated energy remains in the house. In 1977 the first thermal insulation ordinance came into force in Switzerland. In previously built houses, the insulation pays off Facade after just six years. For houses built between 1977 and 1995 after around 14 years. An investment that is worthwhile, especially since you can benefit from government grants. 

More living comfort in winter as in summer

Saving costs is one thing, a comfortable climate at home is another. After a facade insulation, the heat stays outside longer in summer, your rooms feel cooler. In winter, on the other hand, the cold stays outside the door, inside it feels cozy and warm. Anyone who has experienced this effect once does not want to miss the balancing effect of facade insulation any more. Instead of transferring energy quickly and undesirably, insulated outer walls retain the stored heat for longer. the Facade acts like a buffer - from the heat in summer, from the cold in winter. 

Facade insulation prevents the formation of mold

Mold needs moisture to grow. This is why mold often forms on the cold corners of a wall where condensation forms. A properly insulated facade combined with regular ventilation prevents this Mold growth before. The inner walls are warmer and store more of the heating energy. This prevents condensation from falling on the inner walls. The result: a pleasant room climate all year round.

With all these advantages it is clear that insufficiently insulated facades waste energy and money. For older buildings, a professional facade insulation is also worthwhile afterwards. New buildings have the advantage that the correct insulation of the facade can be planned right from the start. But what is the right insulation specifically for your facade? A core or blown insulation between the wall shells? External insulation or internal insulation?

If you would like to know more precisely, arrange a non-binding consultation with our specialists now. We will show you which insulation will bring you the greatest possible savings.