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Intro of Energy Efficiency

Increased energy efficiency in thermally and economically optimised house constructions is a question of airtightness, as the optimization of fresh air supply through regulated indoor air ventilation, usually combined with heat recovery, requires the building shell to be airtight.

A comparison of thermal needs of different house standards shows, how uncontrolled air exchange increases heating requirements dramatically, by up 20 kWh/m2a An ISOVER Multi-Comfort House, however, requires no more than 15 kWh/m2a of heat input.

In the long term, energy prices are forecast to increase further, so increased airtightness will have a significant role to play in the future, as it leads to higher energy efficiency.

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