Improved perceived indoor environment in renovated and energy-retrofitted social housing

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The purpose of the present study was, among other things, to evaluate how tenants perceived the indoor environment in renovated and energy-retrofitted social housing erected in the 1960s. Tenants answered a questionnaire to quantify problems and satisfaction with the indoor environment before and after the renovation work. A majority of tenants perceived the indoor environment improved for all parameters: temperature, draught, air quality, noise and daylight, after the renovation work. In particular, the tenants experienced fewer problems with too low temperature and draught during the winter, noise from outside and too little daylight. The evaluation shows that it is possible to achieve a win-win situation, with both energy savings and improved perceived indoor environment. The evaluation also reveals that careful attention is needed to avoid introducing annoying noise from new technical installations.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelHealthy Buildings 2017 Europe
Antal sider6
UdgivelsesstedLublin, Polen
ForlagInternational Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate
Publikationsdatojul. 2017
Artikelnummer0030
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-83-7947-232-1
StatusUdgivet - jul. 2017
BegivenhedHealthy Buildings 2017 - Lublin, Polen
Varighed: 2 jul. 20175 jul. 2017
http://www.hb2017-europe.org

Konference

KonferenceHealthy Buildings 2017
LandPolen
ByLublin
Periode02/07/201705/07/2017
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Emneord

  • Oplevet indeklima
  • Energirenovering
  • Brugeroplevelse
  • Indeklima
  • Tilfredshed

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