A continuous insulation consists of applying a material with insulating function in such a way that there are no holes or infiltrations in the envelope of the building. This practice guarantees airtightness, which ensures a healthier and more efficient building.Read more
Polyurethane systems are one of the most used materials for buildings insulation due to their excellent properties. Their structure guarantees air tightness, impermeability, the absence of joints as well as a low thermal conductivity, which allows buildings to have...Read more
Energy efficiency is the key feature of a sustainable building and consists in achieving a design that guarantees a reduced energy demand over time.
The optimal thermal insulation of the envelope plays a fundamental role, together with the closing of gaps.Read more
Noises inside buildings have become a problem that requires effective solutions such as acoustic insulation. The interior comfort of the occupants of a building must be guaranteed in accordance with current regulations and through optimal building practices.Read more