What is insulation? How do you make your home insulation-proof?
Insulation involves materials that reduce heat loss or gain in buildings. Saint-Gobain offers various insulation solutions for homes, including insulation for walls, roofs, water pipes, and ventilation ducts. These solutions enhance energy efficiency and contribute to a safer working and more comfortable living environment.
What is glazing?
Glazing refers to the use of glass in buildings. Saint-Gobain provides glazing solutions that allow controlled entry of sunlight, heat, and ventilation, promoting energy efficiency and comfort.
What is the net zero carbon program of Saint-Gobain?
Saint-Gobain aims to be net-zero carbon by 2050. This commitment includes a clear roadmap to reduce carbon emissions across its operations and throughout its value chain. The goal is to significantly decrease CO2 emissions in its various scopes (1, 2, and 3) by 2030. By 2025, the company also plans to eliminate fossil fuels from its production sites.
How can you make your buildings better for living?
Saint-Gobain's solutions contribute to a better living environment by: 1. enhancing energy efficiency with glazing, insulation, and smart membranes 2. reducing embodied carbon with sustainable materials and designs 3. increasing thermal comfort and offering green building certifications 4. promoting flexible and lightweight construction methods
Where can I find a reliable dealer in sustainable construction and developing green buildings?
Saint-Gobain offers sustainable solutions through its various products and services to help you reach your certification goals (LEED, BREEAM, WELL certifications ). You can explore Saint-Gobain Assured network of distributors who provide these products for sustainable construction and green building projects.
Could you help me design my building to be sustainable?
Yes, Saint-Gobain offers tools, documents, BIM objects, and a range of solutions to support sustainable building design. These solutions cater to various stages of a building's lifecycle, promoting energy efficiency, reducing usage of non-renewable resources, carbon footprint, and overall sustainability (or sustainable construction).