WHAT IS GOOD INSULATION?

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WHAT IS GOOD INSULATION?

Good insulation can be recognised as being well-made (complies with the standard = executed properly), from good materials (in each particular case, insulation materials developed for the specific purpose have been used) functions well, i.e. saves energy (read: the money of the insulated object’s owner) in the best possible way, looks good (has been made carefully and conscientiously), does not involve issues, its existence tends to be forgotten…

Good insulation is not cheap. If that were the case, good materials and skilled labor could not be used, while working hours could not be spent on careful installation and thoughtful execution. Skimping when ordering insulation leads to significant expenditures during exploitation. Well-made insulation pays off quickly and begins earning money back for its owner thanks to reduced energy losses, doing so continuously and for a long time…

More about insulation works. When insulating your home, you can choose from many types of insulation. To choose the best type of insulation, you should first determine the following: types of insulation.

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