Benefits of EIFS

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A thermal insulation that is performed in accordance with the “Regulation on Thermal Insulation in Buildings” issued by the Ministry of Public Works and Settlement:

— Provides 50% saving on the expenses made for heating and cooling purposes in buildings, and contributes to comfortable life with an efficient heating in winter and an efficient cooling in summer.

— Contributes to the combat against greenhouse effect, global warming and climate change by

reducing the emission of carbon dioxide (CO2), sulfur dioxide (SO2) and other harmful gases to the atmosphere thanks to maximum benefit it provides in the use of energy.

— Contributes to the national economy by energy saving since a great deal of the energy we use is generated from fossil fuels and we import fossil fuels.

— Provides comfortable life in thermal insulated buildings by preventing the formation of humidity and mold.

— Prevents corrosion (rusting) since no humidity will occur in thermal insulated buildings. Thus, it increases the earthquake safety by protecting the carrier elements of the building, and it prolongs the building life.

— Contributes to the comfortable life and health of occupants in thermal insulated buildings since the heat distribution between the places will be homogenous.

— Makes an important contribution to sound insulation since it absorbs the noise coming from the exterior environment.