Within the scope of renovations, a comprehensive rehabilitation of the home is more interesting than partial actions on it, since it represents a more efficient intervention by achieving significant savings in time, costs and resources with a better final result.
Renovating an existing home has also become a very attractive and sustainable option for those looking for a home in a specific location without giving up all the comforts that a new home can provide.
Along these lines, we have compiled several points to take into account to achieve a healthier and more sustainable home from its comprehensive rehabilitation:
- Gain in security and savings in maintenance of elements that have deteriorated and become obsolete over time.
- Redistribution of spaces for complete adaptation to the pace of life and customs of its inhabitants, gaining a feeling of spaciousness as well as greater use of existing resources such as natural light, views, etc.
- Personalized design and choice of materials according to each particular choice, toxic-free, functional and respectful of the environment and health.
- Improvement of thermal and acoustic insulation and use of efficient renewable energy systems, such as aerothermal energy, underfloor heating and solar panels, with the consequent energy savings in the medium term and gain in comfort.
- Investment in more respectful lighting systems, systems that enable reduction in water consumption as well as more energy efficient appliances.
- Integration of new technologies in the home with the result of a more intelligent and efficient home.
- Although it may not be the main motivation, a comprehensive and sustainable rehabilitation increases the value of the home in the real estate market, and is an important advantage if you want to sell or rent in the future.
In conclusion, with a comprehensive reform of the home under sustainability criteria we make it healthier, we reduce our impact on the environment by gaining comfort, functionality and energy savings.