Thermal insulation and central vacuum system: the right opportunity to do the installation

The incentive for a more energy-efficient home

The incentive for a more energy-efficient home

The 110% Superbonus, as it is now well known, is the incentive that came into force to encourage the energy improvement of buildings through targeted interventions with the constraint of increasing the building's energy rating by at least two energy classes. Not only that, this measure brings numerous advantages at no cost to property owners including:

  • more energy efficient buildings
  • reduced consumption and consequently lower bills
  • greater living comfort
  • reduction of condensation and mould due to thermal bridges
  • property revaluation
  • renewed building aesthetics

Since its entry into force, several changes have taken place, but among the various interventions that can be carried out to benefit from the 110% Superbonus, the possibility of thermal insulation of buildings through the application of thermal insulation has always been valid.

Sistem Air: an external system to be integrated with the coat

Sistem Air: an external system to be integrated with the coat

The photo in this article shows the passage of the central vacuum system that will accommodate the pipe network on the outside of the house and that will be integrated with the thermal coat, financed with the 110% Superbonus, without losing energy efficiency.

This solution adopted by Sistem Air offers the opportunity to have an integrated cleaning system in a house that has already been completed, minimising the impact on the inside of the walls and taking advantage of this energy efficiency incentive.

The example of this house is an invitation to reflect on the fact that it really is possible to respond to two different needs (energy efficiency and house cleaning) with one definitive solution for your home. Saving on energy bills and gaining in health.

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