Energetic Renovation of the buildings

The renovation and rehabilitation of buildings is a fundamental principle of sustainability. It consists of improving energy efficiency and reducing consumption and the user’s bill, acting both in improving the thermal insulation of the building skin and in production systems and / or thermal emission of cold and heat. The aim is to recover the building constructed in order to reduce the environmental impact of the demolition and new construction. By means of the rehabilitation the useful life is extended, improving and amortising in the double amount of time the ecological impact generated by its initial construction.

Pollution is reduced by manufacturing construction elements, material transport and the production of demolition waste are reduced.

The main objective of energy efficient renovation under the Passivhaus standard (EnerPHit) is the scope of thermal insulation and taking advantage of the full potential of the building to achieve high energy efficiency. In addition, the improvement in energy performance implies a revaluation of the building, and the generation of new social dynamics as the engine of change.