Alberto will take you through the process of discovering stone wool thermal insulation, describing the steps one by one. Ready to find out more?
Rock wool thermal insulation
Hi, I'm Alberto, and as site technician and head of the construction sector at Fratelli Pellizzari di Costo di Arzignano, I'd like to take you on this tour of the homes of our customers who have worked with us to create an external thermal coat for their homes.
I usually manage construction sites in their early stages and then pass the ball to the interior designers who take care of the floors, walls and furnishings, so we provide a complete service in a renovation that we follow step by step. In this case, and a few others that have increased with the advent of the 110% bonus, customers have come to us only for the coat, insulation and exterior painting.
The house was bought by these gentlemen with the aim of renovating it entirely and then moving in, and my task was to manage the team that made the external coat and roof insulation possible.
A coat system with a rock wool panel was chosen, which I recommended for its dual function of thermal and acoustic insulation. You should know that, together with the clients, we evaluated all the materials, but we chose the wool because it allows us to integrate these two important features in a single product, which are necessary in this house, considering that it is located in Valdagno near a road.
We often ask our customers how they came to know about us and how they chose us, and this time it was their contractor who advised them to put their trust in us: they came here with clear ideas because they followed the right procedure, which involves first consulting a technical office, more specifically a thermo-technician, who calculated the 12 cm thickness of their coat so as to qualify for the 65% energy bonus.