The green house is an energy-efficient and low-cost building, which does not burden you with economic problems at all. Exploit nature (sun-air-subsurface-new materials) so that heating, cooling, ventilation, dewing, lighting (etc.) are provided free of charge all year round, according to your needs.
Green houses or bioclimatic houses, resemble our everyday houses and can be built from scratch or reconstructed along the way.
In the last 20 years, there is a high increase in energy consumption, as a result of continuous rise in consumer goods, excessive population growth and improved living standards. This led to the need to turn to Bioclimatic Architecture using renewable energy sources and energy saving techniques. Bioclimatic houses ‘ benefits in various areas, such as health, costs, and environment are obvious, immediately.
Construction may cost more, but over the years money is being depreciated as the building has low operating costs.
They have many advantages, such as durability, reduced energy, water, operation and maintenance costs. In cases where the design is correct, the equipment may cost the same and/or less than the conventional one.
Green Housing Construction
In particular, the construction of a green house or the reconstruction of an existing green house may include the following basic applications:
- Internal and external thermal insulation of the masonry and roof
- Use of energy coatings
- Installation of thermal insulation frames
- Installation of energy windows
- Solar collector for hot water ready for use
- Replacing old boiler with a new technology furnace
- Geothermal installation
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