Every day on the news, we can hear the information that the price of electricity will rise drastically both for the citizens and the economy, that we should prepare for winter and save money. How to save on energy bills and at the same time not affect the comfort and convenience of your home? If you have asked yourself this at least once, the most effective way is - energy efficiency. In addition to helping you reduce costs and not damage the looks of your home, an additional advantage is that you will contribute to reducing the environmental pollution in this way.
What does it mean an energy-efficient house?
Environmental protection is an increasingly topical topic in Serbia, and you've probably heard about 'energy efficiency' more than once. If you are not entirely sure what energy efficiency means and how you can use it, we will explain it more thoroughly.
Often, energy efficiency is misinterpreted as energy saving, which automatically means a reduction in the quality of life. The goal of an energy-efficient house is not to give up anything but to use energy rationally. One way to achieve energy efficiency is using devices with low losses when converting one form of energy to another. Unlike non-renewable energy sources such as fossil and nuclear fuels, renewable energy sources such as water, sun, and wind are not consumed. They are renewable, do not pollute the environment, do not create hazardous waste, and can produce much more energy.
Changes begin in behavior and through increasing awareness about using energy-efficient solutions that will positively affect the environment and the quality of life for all of us.
How much do energy-efficient houses cost?
Investing in energy-efficient solutions such as new doors and windows, installing insulation, or modernizing your heating system may require more investment in the short term. Still, if you sit down and calculate your costs for an extended period, you will see that you will save significantly by buying an energy-efficient home.
Healthy objects that respect the highest construction standards available in Serbia
In Serbia, 40 percent of greenhouse gas emissions come from energy consumption in buildings, of which 15 percent is attributed to public institutions. According to estimates, many houses in Serbia do not have thermal insulation and consume much more energy than houses in the EU. The goal is for new residential buildings to have zero energy consumption. In such homes, heating in winter and cooling in summer cost less.
Suppose you decide to buy a house that does not pollute the environment and regenerates energy, which will first give you a pleasant space and reduce the cost of living. In that case, the right solution for you is Arhimod - a modular building, a domestic product recognized in Europe.
Arhimod - modular buildings are built from the highest quality materials and are long-lasting and energy efficient. The models are made following CE and ISO - the world's highest construction standards.
Construction following the highest world standards
The International Organization for Standardization, “ISO” is the largest institution in the world that develops and publishes international standards covering almost all aspects of technology and production. ISO standards guarantee that the company builds facilities that reduce energy consumption and costs. These facilities have a lower emission of greenhouse gases and implement and maintain the EMS (Energy Management System) system.
Arhimod - modular objects use natural resources and energy in a controlled manner, and waste is handled correctly to provide customers with a comfortable, high-quality, and energy-efficient home.
Good insulation guarantees energy savings
Arhimod - modular objects save energy due to good insulation. We build walls from a facade panel of hard-pressed stone wool of 10 cm and stone wool of 10 cm, then a vapor-permeable waterproof foil is placed, after which the customer chooses the interior according to his taste.
25 cm of stone wool is added to the roof and ends with a welded top that bears a load of 450 kg per m2, contributing to the durability and excellent safety of the modular building.
PVC joinery is in the colors of the customer's choice with thermal insulating glass or aluminum joinery with thermal breaks. The customer can choose blinds and mosquito nets. Each modular building has inverter air conditioning, as well as underfloor heating.
Customers are the ones who choose the interior and exterior of their modular house, and we are here to advise them about materials and benefits.
Due to their energy efficiency, Arhimod modular houses and other multi-purpose buildings, such as rafts, cottages, and cafes, are suitable for installation in national parks and nature reserves.