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The deepening climate emergency makes it more important than ever that thermal balance is factored into how we design, construct and refurbish buildings. Sponsored by Kingspan
The search for thermal comfort is a common occupation for all of us, whether it be opening or closing windows, adjusting the heating or putting on an additional layer of clothing. Studies have shown that in addition to making environments more pleasant, buildings that support thermal comfort can aid concentration, improve productivity and provide clear health benefits. With the deepening climate emergency making extreme weather conditions more likely to occur, it is more important than ever that this balance is factored into how we design, construct and refurbish buildings.
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