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Solutions for modern homes

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Destini Fry
Solutions for modern homes

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Modern construction uses functional and ecological solutions. Methods such as recuperation, photovoltaic modules or the use of composite materials are gaining popularity in the construction industry. Read what they are.

The market for many construction solutions is still in its infancy. However, it is worth taking advantage of modern technologies and innovative materials in order to design houses that will be good for the environment, provide high comfort for their inhabitants and at the same time generate the lowest possible costs. Learn about some of them


Recuperation is a mechanical ventilation system that allows you to recover heat. Recuperator works by controlling the movement of air supplied and removed from the premises. The system allows the exchange of moist and carbon-saturated air from the house for clean air, while recovering some heat from the used air. Recuperator cleans the air of pollutants and allergens, allows for rapid removal of unpleasant odors, and also contributes to the removal of moisture from the home. One of the biggest advantages of this type of ventilation is undoubtedly energy savings.

Photovoltaic installation

Modern construction draws on ecological and economical solutions. One of them can be intelligent building management system combined with photovoltaic installation. Photovoltaic modules can replace the traditional building materials, which are used to produce roofing or facades, and at the same time will reduce spending on electricity used in the building

Modules of this type can be part of a façade or roofing, or they can be part of window glass in storefronts, skylights and other glazing. Special modules are also available to prevent ice or snow from forming on the roof in winter. Final modules can be manufactured on tempered, semi-tempered or non-tempered glass, and can be customized to fit the installation method. They will also meet aesthetic requirements, making them a functional and visually appealing addition to the building structure. You can read more about photovoltaic installation options at


Composite materials are used in many different industries, including automotive, aerospace, transportation and construction. In the construction industry, until recently they were used in the role of reinforcing existing structures, but now composites have a wide range of applications. They are most often found in the form of carbon fiber tapes and mats or glass and aramid fiber mesh

Laminates are used in the manufacture of many everyday items, as well as in transportation vehicles and furniture. Carbon prepregs are pre-impregnated fibrous reinforcements – taking the form of fabric, matting or tape – that are impregnated with epoxy resin. In terms of characteristics carbon composites is a lightweight, strong component that is corrosion resistant and has a low thermal range. Many people appreciate the material’s resistance to the elements, as well as the ease with which composite parts can be molded and made into various and complex shapes.

Carbon laminate is also characterized by favorable conductive properties and provides comfort in everyday use. The light weight of composite materials also translates into easier and faster installation.

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