Due to the use of polyurethane (based on polyols) to insulate buildings, especially in facades and roofs, energy consumption can be reduced by as much as 80%. It protects us from noise and adverse temperatures and this has a direct bearing on our comfort and wellbeing at home, providing better-quality rest and making our home feel more homely.
What if we told you that a 200 m2 house with properly insulated walls and roof could save up to 800 litres of fuel per year? That would reduce the energy bill by 40% and also contribute to reducing CO2 emissions. And all this while gaining in wellbeing.
Moreover, we mustn’t forget the role of polyols in protecting facades and interior surfaces or sealing varnishes, which are highly resistant to corrosion and the elements.