Benefits of Insulation


  • ELECTRIC SAVING
    Energy efficiency is a fundamental element in our global fight against climate change and global warming.

    If less energy is consumed, the amount of fossil fuel burned will also be reduced. As a result, there will be less emission of greenhouse gasses which can ultimately reduce the threat of global warming.

    In various researches and reports in Europe and North America, building have been identified as one of the big energy wasters, accounting for about 40% of energy used mainly for heating and cooling. With increasing global economic and social growth, the world’s energy consumption is expected to soar. Of this energy, 86% is being fueled by dwindling, non-sustainable natural sources that further add to man-made carbon dioxide pollution.

    • LESS ENERGY CONSUMPTION, LESS CO2 EMMISSIONS
      Insulation is one of the best and simplest solutions to reduce energy consumption of a building. Good insulation can minimize heat penetration into the building, thereby reducing energy required to cool it down and maintaining a cool indoor temperature. Insulation in buildings is mainly applied in roofs, ceilings, walls, internal partitions and floors. So, instead of installing large and expensive air-conditioners, only small models that consume less energy are needed. In some cases, the number of air-conditioners used can also be reduced.
    • INEFFICIENT BUILDINGS ARE BIG ENERGY WASTERS, SO INSULATE MORE

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