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  • Cooperation and networking 
  • Access to resources
  • Exchange of knowledge and training
  • Innovation and research 
  • Joint promotion and marketing
  • Institutional support 
  • Solving common problems

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SPCleantech supports actions taken to reduce the negative impact on the natural environment and to ensure a more sustainable and ecological approach to economic activity, as well as regarding the use of modern digital technologies to optimize business processes, increase efficiency and improve competitiveness.

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Reasons why owners and managers of residential buildings should consider thermal modernization or renovation:

  • Financial savings: Thermal modernization can significantly reduce building operating costs by reducing energy consumption for heating or cooling.
  • Increased property value: Modernized and revitalized buildings usually have a higher market value, which can benefit owners in the event of a possible sale or rental of the property.
  • Improving the comfort of residents: Good quality thermal insulation and modern heating and ventilation systems can significantly improve the living conditions of residents by ensuring a stable internal temperature and better air quality.
  • Regulatory compliance: There are energy efficiency regulations in buildings that require owners to improve insulation and upgrade installations. Environmental protection: Reducing energy consumption can help reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and other environmentally harmful substances.
  • Increasing the attractiveness of the property: Modern, modernized buildings can attract more potential tenants or customers, which can increase rental or sales income.
  • Minimizing maintenance problems: Old buildings often require frequent repairs and maintenance. Thermal modernization may reduce the need for this type of intervention.
  • Long-term investment: Although thermal modernization may require an initial financial outlay, it can bring significant savings in the long term, making it a worthwhile investment. Ensuring competitiveness: In the context of the real estate rental or sale market, modernized buildings can be more competitive in relation to other offers.

    All these factors can convince owners and managers to decide on thermal modernization or renovation of residential buildings, bringing benefits to them, their residents and the environment.

Factors preventing owners and managers of residential buildings from making decisions about thermal modernization and renovation of residential buildings:

  • Costs: One of the main factors is usually the cost of thermal modernization and renovation. Investments in improving energy efficiency can require significant financial outlays that are not always immediately profitable for building owners.
  • Lack of awareness: Some owners may not be aware of the benefits of thermal renovation or existing financial support programs, which may stop them from taking action on the issue.
  • Difficulties in organizing work: Renovation of residential buildings may require the coordination of various activities, as well as cooperation with residents and other interested parties. This can be time-consuming and require careful organization.
  • Regulations and procedures: In some cases, procedures for obtaining building permits or accessing support programs can be complex and time-consuming, which may discourage building owners.
  • Lack of immediate benefits: Some owners may fear that despite investing in thermal modernization, financial benefits or comfortable living conditions for residents will not be visible immediately after the work is completed.
  • Resistance from residents: Sometimes residents may be resistant to changes related to thermal modernization, especially if they require temporary discomfort or a change in lifestyle.
  • Uncertainty about the return on investment: Although thermal modernization can reduce building operating costs in the long run, some owners may doubt the quick return on investment or are unsure what the long-term savings will be.

    Building owners and managers must take these factors into account and make decisions based on individual circumstances, encouraging thermal modernization through appropriate financial incentives, education and procedural simplifications.