Existing building durable
The Netherlands’ ambition to build energy neutral in 2020 airtightness and thermal insulation of buildings is important in the coming years. This applies not only to new sustainability but also confirmed within the existing building. This is because energy leaky buildings simply no longer an option due to the ever rising cost of fossil fuels. Moreover, the value of homes that perform poorly, continue to come under pressure. On energy quality Closing the gap between the energy performance of new and existing buildings, the challenge for today and tomorrow.
‘Airtight Renovating’ suggests indoor paramount
‘Airtight Renovate “is a knowledge platform that is developed from the belief that all residents and occupants of homes and buildings are entitled to a comfortable, safe and healthy indoor climate. In all solutions and concepts developed for making airtight existing building, the importance of the user therefore paramount. An appropriate approach to sealing and ventilation increases comfort, reduces energy consumption and has a positive impact on the value of the building. Also contributes making airtight of the existing building to the development towards a more sustainable environment.
‘Airtight Renovate “focuses on the topics airtightness and ventilation in the preservation of the existing housing stock. The platform brings together construction professionals, share information and displays inspiring examples make clear what is airtight renovation is and what approach to different situations is possible.
On this website you can read blog posts, see inspiring examples and relevant links look. There is also a LinkedIn group Airtight Renovating where questions can be posted and there is plenty of room to share knowledge and experience. Via Twitter @luchtdicht will keep you informed of the latest developments.
For more information see: www.luchtdichtrenoveren.nl