REHABILITATION OF ISOLATIONTHERMAL REHABILITATION ON THE OUTSIDE (SATE)
With the entry into force of the new Technical Building Code (CTE), the obligation for new buildings to have insulating materials is imposed. If existing is mandatory, since October 2006, thermally insulate buildings when there are modifications, alterations or renovations involving more than 25 of the walls of the buildings that have a useful floor area over 1000 m2.
The thermal rehabilitation of the building, can be achieved through three systems: thermal THERMAL REHABILITATION ON THE OUTSIDE on the outside of the building (more comumente called SATE) for the building and isolation chambers injection.
With this system outside the building by coating a layer of insulating material which is adapted to the geometry thereof is isolated, thus avoiding discontinuities most eliminating thermal bridges in the building.
Advantages of EIFS systems
Ensure the reduction of energy dissipated to the outside and thus decrease fuel consumption at generating energy savings in both summer and winter.
No decreases inside the house habitable space.
It contributes to the maintenance of building materials over time and prevents the degradation caused by temperature swings.
It excludes the need to remove the old, except when there is risk plaster peeling.