For a long time, when making a purchase or investment in a property, both individuals and companies had valued different factors: state of conservation, location, surface area, nearby services
and communications, profitability,…
But in the last two decades, building materials and qualities are also gaining in value. All of this translates into savings in future costs, both in terms of maintenance and conservation, as well as energy savings.
In this last point, the energy efficiency is where more impels its improvement. Both from public bodies such as the IDAE (Institute for Energy Diversification and Saving), which depends on the Ministry for Ecological Transition, and through changes in legislation, such as the RITE (Regulation on Thermal Installations in Buildings).