Refurbishment or renovation reduces heating costs and enhances the home as an additional plus. But it also often means fear of dust and work. Things you want to avoid. With good planning, the right sales partner and tips and tricks, the joy of the new windows will prevail, and you will see that a renovation is quick, clean, and easy.
There are two clear arguments in favor of renovating the windows: living comfort increases, heating costs decrease. Because old, poorly insulated windows are one of the biggest weaknesses in a house. The consequences are drafts, noise pollution, and high heating costs. Around 25 to 30% of the warmth of a house escapes through the windows. Especially in houses built until the mid-90s, the two-pane insulating glass windows are an energy thief. With today’s triple insulation, up to 900 liters of heating oil can be saved annually in the house, while living comfort increases considerably. Modern windows help to save, are environmentally conscious, and visually enhance the facade and the interior.
Step 1: Energy
The energy certificate is comparable to the type certificate for your car. Many interesting characteristic values of your house are included, such as the expected heating energy consumption.
Step 2: Renovation proposal
General renovators such as planning offices, builders, and architects with many years of experience offer you the best conditions for a smooth renovation. Discuss your ideas with you and have a remedial proposal put together. This should include a rough estimate of costs and a detailed technical description.
Step 3: Obtain offers.
You should have an exact cost statement given before starting the renovation. Plan a reserve of around 10% of the expected investment as security. To ensure optimal financing, we recommend that you also get an overview of the regional funding.
Step 4: Funding The
Federal and state governments support thermal renovation in different ways. It is best to ask your community or your general refurbisher about the different options.
Step 5: Execution
It is best to renovate with a qualified general renovator or planning office. They guarantee you a smooth process. Particularly in the case of detailed designs, such as window connections, sound knowledge is required to avoid later defects.
Step 6: Completion
After completion, a joint acceptance test should be carried out with your general renovator. Check the renovation carried out and have a new energy certificate issued.