Bioclimatic houses

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A bioclimatic home It is one that only through its architectural configuration is capable of satisfying the climatological needs of its inhabitants, taking advantage of natural resources and avoiding the consumption of conventional energy. For the good bioclimatic functioning of a house, it is necessary to generate a heating system and a cooling and ventilation system to obtain, accumulate and transmit heat and cold.

What are bioclimatic houses

Some advantages of bioclimatic houses are: energy savings, increased comfort and quality of life, greater natural lighting, health benefits thanks to the presence of the sun as a source of vitality and well-being and natural ventilations that do not dry out the environment avoiding the air from the air conditioners, thereby reducing allergies, asthenia or migraines that these can cause and finally a lower environmental impact ensuring a less polluted environment.

By cons, there are disadvantages: the possible increase in the cost of construction, with a maximum of up to 10 or 12% more than a conventional home, although in about three or four years the initial investment pays off thanks to energy savings; the difficulty of finding the right orientation (north-south) in cities; the difficulty of locating an architect and a builder with experience in this type of project.

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