There are different insulations in buildings, each of which has its own applications.
Insulation may incur costs and increase construction costs and the cost of the building.
But in the long run it will offset the initial cost by saving.
The result is economic comfort and economy.
You can insulate different parts of a building, such as ceilings, side walls, floors, pipe insulation, etc.
You can save 45 to 55 percent on heating and cooling energy by insulating buildings.
Remember that all building materials absorb some of the heat and cold.
In some cases, such as glass or metal, this transfer is easily possible.
But in cases such as wool, thick fabrics, animal moss that can withstand heat and cold transfer and therefore are used as insulation.
Insulators are marketed in various forms such as plate, brick, board, sheet and strip.