The more houses, offices and schools are sealed with insulation, the higher the level of pathology becomes among the users and the number of adverse effects to the building.
With Van Ruysdael Insulating Single Glazing, windows are insulated in balance with the original outer walls. In this way problems with moisture movement are prevented and outer walls no longer need to be insulated. In that way rooms can be ventilated naturally, without technology.
Of course natural ventilation is the healthiest manner of ventilating. It is important therefore not to completely seal a building from the cool outside air. Ensure that doors, windows and blinds continue to function properly. Van Ruysdael advises only sealing crevices in locations where draughts present a nuisance, for example at sitting or standing height or in areas in which people spend a great deal of time.
Because Insulation in Equilibrium encourages natural insulation, an optimum balance is reached between a pleasant perceived temperature and healthy air.