If your home wasn’t built using modern day standards, there are most likely many ways to save energy. A low-energy home these days consumes only some 20% of the energy for heating as a home built in the 1960s. The primary reason for this enormous saving is the right thermal insulation. Good heat insulation is the be all and end all of saving energy. Poor insulation just lets expensive heating energy evaporate.
Through roofs, exterior walls and windows, cold draughts creep in through gaps and cracks. Warm air rises to the top, collecting under ceilings and the roof. Thus, it doesn’t come as any surprise that a poorly insulated roof lets the warmth escape right through it. With the tesa ISO SYSTEM®, we offer a compact range for DIY interior roof insulation that is as simple as it is sustainable. That way, costs and energy can be saved effectively.
The area behind radiators is also frequently responsible for a lot of energy loss. That’s why you should take a look at the tesa® Reflector Foil, which sends the warmth back into the room.