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Our Standards Details

Updated: Sep 16, 2022

High tech energy saving eco-systems that promise the Energy Efficiency of Class A.

For the construction of our Villas we use only the best materials and the most emerging technologies in green buildings.


Wall Construction (outside-inside)

All the external walls of the residences will have a reinforced concrete frame and mixed construction walls consisting (from the outside to the inside of): visible stonework with hand worked Karystos stone, waterproofing, thermal insulation, a wall of single brick in which they will be installed the piping of the hydraulic and electrical installation as well as the cooling-heating. Finally, the walls will be plastered internally with mortar in three layers: water-based cement mortar, mud and lime-marble mortar.

The external– retaining walls of the surroundings, which will be made of reinforced concrete, will not be plastered and the concrete will remain visible according to the architectural study.

The internal dividing walls will be made of plasterboard, with a 50mm stud and 2+2 plasterboards, with stone wool or mineral wool depending on the use of the rooms for sound and heat insulation, with a total thickness of 10 cm according to the plans. Water proof (final) plasterboard will be used in the bathrooms.

The interior surfaces will be delivered painted with high quality paints. The colours of the interior walls will be chosen by the customer, from the collection of the manufacturer company's supplier.

HDW - Sollar heating

The benefits of solar water heating:

  • Hot water throughout the year.

  • The system works all year round, though you'll need to heat the water further with a boiler or immersion heater during the winter months.

  • Reduced energy bills. Sunlight is free, so once you've paid for the initial installation your hot water costs will be reduced.

  • Lower carbon footprint. Solar hot water is a green, renewable heating system and can reduce your carbon dioxide emissions.

Thermal Break Windows

Insulation within a window is referred to as a “thermal break”. The thermal break is a continuous barrier between the inside and outside window frames that prevent conductive thermal energy loss (see the image above). The barrier securely bonds the interior and exterior metal frames of the window sash. This thermal break creates thermal energy loss resistance and combined with gas-filled triple-pane glazing, keeps the interior space of your window at a more comfortable temperature. When your windows have a comfortable temperature, you have a comfortable temperature. Like we’ve discussed in earlier blog posts, the colder the window frame the greater the conductive current. Cold windows draw heat from your body, creating that “drafty” feeling, which never allows us to feel warm. So, if your windows are warm, they are not stealing your much-needed body heat from you, allowing you and your home, to remain warm.

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