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Heating and Cooling

Heating and Cooling

Walls, floors and ceilings can turn surroundings into a large energy storage area. This occurs particularly in buildings
Here are some tips to help you to save energy consumption in your business:
  • Installing an air conditioner with a heat pump enables heating in winter and cooling in summer, with a low demand on energy.
  • Ecological or bioclimatic buildings are sustainable buildings constructed with natural materials, and are self-supplied with renewable energy. Your energy consumption is minimal. Let us tell you about some of their features:
    • The building design must account for the local climate and take maximum advantage of sunlight and daytime heat with a proper alignment and distribution. One of the ways to take maximum advantage of sun light is to build large windows oriented in such a manner that during the winter they let in as much heat as possible. With the use of wooden shutters and linen canopies, the heat can be reduced during the summer.
    • The use of underground ventilation systems or green coverings on façades are other alternatives to keep the temperature down in the office.
    • The use of materials with high energy conductivity allow for better energy utilisation.
    • These types of buildings increase insulation and allow cooling to being easily distributed.