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What is the coat system:
It is a thermal insulation system from the outside with the task of isolating walls, made up also of different materials, in a safe and continuous way. The coat is applied to various types of buildings: residentials, commercials, schools, hospitals, both of new construction, both to rebuild.

Coating insulation system
The facades of the buildings must support many technical parameters, environmental and climatic conditions. Coating the facades of a property means protecting it from moisture, heat leakage, and temperature variation.
In the short and long term, creating a coat system, especially in existing buildings, helps to save a lot of energy but also to protect construction materials from temperature variations and thus from thermal shocks, all in an eco-sustainable way.

Advantages of the coating system:
- continuity and insulation on all the opaque surfaces, with the elimination of thermal bridges and reduction of tensions caused by thermal changes on structures
- improvement of the building’s thermal efficiency
- greater winter thermal comfort due to higher thermal inertia of the walls
- realization of the work in a short time, with limited discomfort for the people who live in the building or with the possibility, in new construction sites, to continue with the internal works without any interference.

News and update

  • 2017 July 13


    Taxpayers may benefit from tax allowances of 50% or 36% of the costs incurred. 

    If the renovations are made on residential buildings used for commercial operation, the deduction is reduced of 50%.

    Unlike the previous legislation, since 2017 the facility covers not only buildings located in highly dangerous seismic zones ( zones 1 and 2) but also those located in low risk areas ( seismic zone 3)

    The facilitation is the property of owners and real/ personal rights holders.

  • 2017 July 13


    The stability law provides that the tax deduction for the interventions on energy development of buildings is 65%

    Both resident and non resident taxpayers are entitled to deduct, even if they are owners of the business income, and own the building which is object of interventions.

    The deductions are entitled to incurred or documented expenses which have been paid by the taxpayer.

    In particular, deductions are accepted if the costs have been incurred for:
    - the thermal improvement of the building ( insulations, floors, windows, including fixtures)
    - the replacement of winter heating system.
    - the reduction of energy use for heating

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