Importance of Internal Insulation

Insulation in buildings can be done both inside and outside. As it is known, the application we call sheathing is the name given to the insulation made from the outside. It is even sometimes called exterior cladding or exterior sheathing. The biggest reason why the sheathing is done only from the outside is that the old type classical insulation materials contain carcinogenic substances because they are petroleum derivatives. Moreover, these materials are quite unstable. The last layer of plaster applied on it can be destroyed even with light blows.

At the last point of insulation materials, thermal insulation plasters offer us innovations and advantages in many areas. One of them is the ability to insulate from the inside. Thermal insulation plasters do not contain any substances harmful to health due to their structures consisting of natural minerals. As such, they can be easily applied on the interior facades of buildings. In addition, since they breathe, there is no harm in applying them on interior facades.

We've all heard that; If you leave your combi boiler on by lowering the temperature while going out, you will pay much less natural gas bill than turning it off and on again. The reason for this is related to the enthalpy of objects. So it's completely scientific. Here, the insulation made with thermal insulation plaster from the inside provides much more energy savings than the sheathing made only from the outside, due to this scientific event.

Let's expand on the subject a little more. Enthalpy is the sum of energy that objects collect on them. In other words, after hours pass in a room of 5°C, the temperature of everything in the room is equalized to 5°C. As long as the room is 5°C, the energy continues to flow until the walls, furniture and air are equal to 5°C. Materials with insulation value are not included in this energy flow. So to explain in a nutshell; When you turn on your combi boiler and bring it to 28°C, first the walls absorb the heat energy, until it reaches 28°C, then the furniture and finally the air. Of course, since the density of the air is very low, it consumes the least energy. It will take hours for the walls and furniture to reach 28 C, while that of the air will not exceed 5-10 minutes. In other words, when you turn on the combi, you first heat the walls, then the furniture and finally the air. During this time, the walls consume the most energy. That's why when you never turn off your combi, you will consume less energy.

You can save on bills by choosing Sıvaterm for interior and exterior insulation.

To explain a little more clearly; When you insulate your buildings with thermal insulation plaster from the inside, your walls will be covered with a completely insulated material. When you turn on your combi, your room will be warmed up much faster and with less energy consumption, since the walls, which are the biggest energy absorbers, will not absorb energy. All you have to do is enjoy the reduced bills.

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