Condo from 70s
A 4-storey building built in the 70s and later restored in the years 90. When the change has been made to the heating system passing from central to autonomous, for constructional needs, the plant has been placed externally on the perimeter walls of the building. On the desire expressed by the tenants, but above all on the need, given the high consumption in terms of heating, to give a thermal insulation to the walls themselves after, it was not possible to perform a classic coat. Given multiple construction constraints it was not so easy, the costs would have been excessive due to the possible movement of the heating system.
After a wall oversight to ensure that the background is adequately stable, preparing the wall with an initial wash to neutralize the fungus algae, we switched to the ISOBELL BOND glue application. Then we opted to use insulating isobell rolls for easy installation. We concluded in a few days giving the façade a new aesthetic and functional aspect with the application of ISOBELL FACEDE with siloxane painting we also solved the longstanding problem of the formation of algae in the north exposed areas.
A non-invasive intervention that has allowed, without the need for demolition or reconstruction of the plaster of the walls, to preserve the aesthetics of the facade and to bring energy savings of more than 15% with a strong advantage in terms of economy and comfort for the tenants of this building now redeveloped, respecting the constraint of 1 cm thickness.