Thermomodernization is the improvement of the technical features of a building aimed at reduceing the energy consumed for heating, ventilation and hot water preparation.
- Insulating outer partitions (walls, roof, ceiling, ceiling above the basement) will reduce heat consumption by 15-25%.
- Replacing windows with tight windows with a lower penetration value will save 10-15% of heat.
- The introduction of weather automation and regulatory devices results in 5-15% savings.
- Comprehensive modernization of the internal central heating installation will save 10-15% of heat consumption.
- Installation of a solar installation can reduce the cost of hot water preparation by up to 50%.
Energy consumption in a household is as follows:
- 71% heating,
- 15% heating water,
- 7% meal preparation,
- 5% electrical equipment,
- 2% lighting.
Heat loss in a single-family house:
Financial support for the thermomodernization of single-family buildings is provided by the Voivodship Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management in Krakow within the JAWOR program.