Energy saving & thermal insulation
Energy saving is an increasingly important issue for homeowners and business owners alike. That’s why today we talk about energy saving and thermal insulation. In this article we will explain how the enclosures with a good index of thermal insulation can help us to save on the energy bill.
What is the relation between energy saving and thermal insulation?
This is a fairly simple relationship: If there is less thermal insulation, there will be greater temperature transmission between the interior and exterior.
In other words, in summer the heat will warm the house and in winter the cold will cool it. These energy losses will force our air conditioning systems to work twice as much and that will have an impact on the energy bill.
A lot of studies show that opting for the installation of high thermal insulation systems can reduce the heat losses of a building by up to 25% and up to 50% of the energy bill (which could make a significant contribution to reducing CO2 emissions).
Energy efficiency, economic efficiency and environmental efficiency are just some of the benefits that good thermal insulation can provide us.
What is the most common reason for thermal loss?
Although there are many factors, doors and windows are usually the main reasons for the energy loss. Therefore, it is very important to install high-quality doors and windows such as AIRCLOS Aluminum Bifold Doors.
Why are our aluminum bifold doors special?
AIRCLOS Aluminum Bifold Doors have a great thermal insulation due to their double glasses with air chamber and the Break of the Thermal Break.
Insulation within a door or window system is referred to as a “thermal break”. The thermal break is a continuous barrier of polyamide between the inside and outside window frames that prevent conductive thermal energy loss. The barrier securely bonds the interior and exterior aluminium frames of the window sash. This thermal break creates thermal energy loss resistance and keeps the interior space of your home at a more comfortable temperature.
In addition, Thermal Break offers some extra advantages such as limiting the problem of condensation and improving sound insulation.