Thermal Insulation In Buildings

Thermal insulation consists of processes carried out to reduce heat transmission between interior and exterior environments of buildings with different temperatures.

Cold air in the exterior environment leads to heat loss in interior environments in the winter, while hot air in the exterior environment leads to temperature increase in interior environments. We adjust the heat of our living spaces according to seasons. We increase the heat by using fuel such as coal and natural gas in order not to feel cold in winter, and reduce the heat with cooling devices such as air-conditioning systems in summer. We spend a large Quantity of energy during these heating and cooling processes. 

Thermal insulation is essential for buildings in order to reduce heat loss and heat increase, prevent heat transfer between environments and minimize all this consumption of energy.  

Parts of building where thermal insulation is done

Thermal bridges in exterior walls, doors, roofs, floors and installations of buildings transfer heat from exterior environment and cause loss of a very significant portion of the energy we spend. Thermal insulation eliminates these thermal bridges, reduces the energy we spend to create comfortable spaces, and provides savings in our energy expenses.

Achieving energy saving above 50%, thermal insulation also prolongs the life and increases the value of buildings. Thermal insulation is an application that should definitely be realized to lead a healthy life, take measures against global warming by reducing the consumption of natural resources, create a health environment and protect national economy.