Restoring the facade is a requirement for many current properties. Most of the buildings or houses are more than 20 years old, which makes it practically obligatory to restore them and thermally insulate the facades. As explained in this post, since 2006 the law has required that buildings that do not meet a series of requirements must be restored.
Now that it is known that restoration and thermal insulation may be obligatory in some cases, the best solution is sought to restore the facade.
Restoring a facade: what are the benefits?
The second major advantage of restoring a facade is that the useful life is extended. The durability of a refurbished facade is increased and other costs, such as small maintenance works, are reduced.
Restoring a facade: what options are available?
In addition to being one of the most technically complete options for restoring facades, it is a very durable solution. Investment into restoring a facade is returned in the short to medium term. Some of the improvements that can be noticed after restoring a building with a ventilated facade are:
- Energy saving
- Acoustic insulation
- Compliance with the Law
- Improved value on the sale of the property
- Greater comfort in the dwellings
- Protection of the structure
- Improved appearance
- Environmental improvement
With some examples of ventilated facade
Housing building, Vía Augusta, Barcelona
Arcos de Valadez sports pavilion, Portugal
Hotel Ayre Fiesta, Gran Vía, Barcelona
All Sistema Masa projects can be consulted on the company's web.