Estonia

Building typology

The pilot building is a typical 5-storey house, built in 1986 and made of prefabricated concrete large panel elements. Building has a full-scale cellar.  It has an insulated flat roof structure with bituminous felt cover and number of ventilation chimneys. The building has simple, rectangular floor plan. It has 2 similar wings, 2 staircases, with similarly designed flats. The net area of the building is 3824 m2.

Typical problems

Unsatisfied overall present energy performance: Uwall = 1.0 W/(m2K), Uroof= 1.1 W/(m2K), Ufloor = 0.6 W/(m2K)), thermal bridges, lack or insufficient ventilation, water-proofing failures on balconies and on window drip molds. Windows with plastic frames have high thermal transmittance (Uwindow = 1.8 W/(m2K)) and broken closing mechanisms and fixings. Failures and water leakages in the area of chimney-roof. Possible overheating during winter season, insufficient thermal comfort at southern part of living spaces on summer period.

Review of Estonian demo building renovation process is available  here: Review of Estonian demo building renovation process

The Estonian Tallinna TV television station recognized the MORE-CONNECT innovative approach and you can watch the news about the MORE-CONNECT’s pilot in Estonia here: LINK

Projects Steps

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Review of Estonian pilot building renovation process

MoreConnect’s Demo building in Estonia

Realization_Estonian_Demo Building

 

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