- Product used: URSA GLASSWOOL
- Application: Pitched roof insulation
- Building type: Single-Family Homes
- Architect: M&L Lipinscy Biuro Projektowe
Can you imagine what life would be like in one of the biggest and most beautiful forests in Poland? Very soon, 8 families will find out, thanks to a housing development built near Michalowice, in Zalesie, in the Southern area of Poland.
This residential complex is formed by 8 spacious singlefamily houses. Each unit has a built-up surface of 224 square metres, leaving a generous 188 square metres useful floor area. The whole residential development stretches over 10,000 square metres of land.
Mineral wool blanket of 8 cm thick was chosen for the interior partitions while the attic were covered with thicknesses from 15 to 25 centimeters. It comes as no surprise that, considering both the location of the plot – in the heart of a damp forest – and Poland’s climate, designers and constructors sought the best possible insulation.
Hence, URSA DF 39 became the perfect choice. This mineral wool, delivered in rolls, is an ideal material for insulating gable roofs, interior partitions, ceilings and external walls.
Location: Zalesie (Poland)
Considering both the location of the plot – in the heart of a damp forest – and Poland’s climate, designers and constructors sought the best possible insulation.