Climate protection: how construction foam saves CO2

The building sector is responsible for almost 40 percent of the energy consumed in Germany. Private households require 85% of their energy for heating and hot water alone - there is a huge saving potential here.

Anyone who reduces energy consumption by insulating their building makes an active contribution to protecting the environment and also automatically reduces the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. It is important here to ensure that all joints in the outer shell of the building are sealed and insulated efficiently.

Whether you need to replace an old window or insulate the roof, walls, floor or the ceiling with thermal insulation composite systems (WDVS): PU foam from the can is needed to seal and insulate the joints. This prevents heat from escaping later and house owners can actually make energy profits. This is good for your purse and the environment, too.

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