Prefabricated modular wooden facade, a novelty that is part of the Superbonus 110?

Prefabricated modular wooden façade what news for the Superbonus 110?

Speeches by energy requalification of properties through standard solutions.

With the European project 4RinEU, managed by Eurac Research, recently concluded, packages have been developed to simplify the implementation of deep energy requalification works of buildings, regardless of the climatic zone.

Energy efficiency works are used to combat emissions into the atmosphere.
With the Superbonus 110% there has been a significant increase in works aimed at energy requalification and the safety of one’s home.

Often i consumers they have a hard time choosing the best one technological solution suited to their needs. Therefore, the European project 4RinEU has provided various solutions to improve the energy efficiency of buildings, taking into account the available budget and the different climatic contexts.

The package includes a prefabricated facade in modular wood that adheres to the walls of the existing building, where the openings correspond to those of existing windows and French doors and which may include theinsulating and active components.

It is a package to which various technologies can be added, based on the project, budget and climatic situation: from the ventilation system to heat recovery, from photovoltaic and thermal panels to smart fans, as well as from a device that manages the thermal flows in the building to optimize heating and cooling efficiency.

Roberto Lollini, coordinator of the European project 4RinEU, estimated that there can be savings in the bill when emissions, costs, construction times are reduced and when homes have greater comfort.
The systems have been used in construction sites in various regions of Europe, choosing different solutions which have nevertheless produced the same advantages.

I researchers they argued that in addition to the time and noise on the construction site having been reduced, the tenants did not have to leave their homes during the works. In the residential complex for the elderly in Soest, the Netherlands, tenants argued that not only has there been an improvement in thermal and acoustic comfort, but the buildings have also gained value and the bill costs have been reduced to a minimum.80%.

Finally, thanks to aApp the inhabitants can monitor their consumption by planning any improvements to be implemented.

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