Heat-sound insulation

In buildings heat insulation aims at containing the heat present inside the buildings protecting them from the temperatures in the surrounding external areas; in the same way, the sound insulation guarantees an effective retention of the sounds.
Through the use of rock wool or fibreglass inside ventilated walls, we aim to optimize and improve even further the performance of the insulating characteristics already present in the wood structure that constitutes the backbone of our buildings.

Heating and cooling systems

Depending on the project, we use different heating and cooling systems: the basic principle is to not use gas, but electricity as a primary source.
We use an underfloor electric heating net made of amorphous metal tape: we are the only ones to adopt this type of system in all our buildings.

For all housing units, the production of energy for heating and cooling the building and the use of domestic hot water is provided by an autonomous system composed of a heat generator with an outdoor unit and a hydronic module placed inside each respective unit. The internal hydronic module distributes the heated/cooled fluid through the modulation of the three-way valve, which is also located inside the module.

A further contribution to the energy production system is through the installation of solar collectors that integrate the thermal energy of the storage tank, further reducing the production costs of DHW (domestic hot water).

ENERGY PRODUCTION:
PHOTOVOLTAIC AND GEOTHERMAL

Thanks to the combination of a series of modules connected to each other, photovoltaic systems and inverters convert solar energy into electricity. Emission-free, this energy production method (both “island”, i.e. independent, and connected to the grid) allows buildings to achieve a high degree of self-sufficiency, while maintaining high performance in terms of voltage and distribution.
Geothermal energy consists in exploiting the natural increase in deep ground temperature (with an approximate growth of 3°C per 100 meters) converting it into a source of natural, clean and renewable energy. This form of energy can be captured through underground probes and multiplied with a heat pump for heating. This is an effective way to produce domestic hot water, useful in the summer for cooling thanks to the cycle inversion, as well as a solution that operates in complete autonomy.