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CALCULATE
YOUR ENERGY SAVINGS

Calculating the energy savings that a home will have depends on multiple factors. At FANOSA® we have designed a calculator that will give you an approximate number of the energy savings that you can have if you do your project with the thermal insulation provided by our products.

1

City:
Choose the city where the work will be built. If you cannot find your city, select the one with the most similar temperature and height characteristics.

2

Where is the facade oriented?
When you stand at the front door, with the house in your back, where are you looking?

Is your house 1 or 2 floors?

What material are the walls of your home made of?

What material is the roof of your home made of?

3

To facilitate the analysis method, it is necessary to assume the geometry of the house as rectangular. Measure the width and depth of your house without taking into account offsets and projections.

What is the width of the front (A)?

Meters

What is the depth (L)?

Meters

4

Select the number of doors and windows on each of the exterior walls of your home.
We have calculated a standard measurement for doors and windows.

Doors Windows
Doors Windows
Doors Windows
Doors Windows

For a more exact number, we recommend contacting one of our advisors who can calculate the savings and even make recommendations on which products to use.

The following calculation was carried out considering the climatic data average of QUERETARO, Considering an area of: length x width = 30 m2 with standard doors and windows, 2” insulation in ceilings and 2” in EPS walls. Considering a consumption of 50% of the electrical expenditure on air conditioning (A/C). The results are approximate and illustrative, FANOSA® is not responsible for the use given to them.

With Insulation
Thermal in walls

Enter to:

-20.02%

Heat to your house.
You could save on
electricity up to:

10.01%

With Insulation
Thermal on roof

Enter to:

-48.07%

Heat to your house.
You could save on
electricity up to:

24.035%

With Thermal Insulation
on walls and ceiling

Enter to:

-68.09%

Heat to your house.
You could save on
electricity up to:

34.045%

Example of electrical energy consumption:

Average electrical consumption without thermal insulation.

Average electrical consumption with thermal insulation on walls and ceiling.

What does this mean?

The more insulated your house is, the less heat enters and the cold leaves it, which means you spend less electricity cooling it in summer and heating it in winter. Generally, 50% of the electricity expenditure in summer is the consumption of air conditioning (A/C), the rest are the appliances and lighting that we use every day, so, to calculate the electricity savings that you can have by insulating your house, we consider lower consumption of air conditioning (A/C).


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