Natural Stone Veneer For Walls

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In the era of Covid-19, many countries are trying to tackle the global health crisis with various testing methods; in the US by measuring the rate of infection and recovery rates, in the UK measuring the Coronavirus R-value, and the overall growth rates worldwide. Since we value and care about our clients’ safety, health and happiness, we are on a mission to help you know more about our Dolomitic Limestone-based products and make better purchase decisions for your architectural and design needs – the sustainable way.

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The flow of energy at a specific living or working field is relative; as well, it is interconnected with its surrounding elements.

To improve overall energy efficiency, we must consider the all-embracing environment.

Thus, it is essential to understand the thermal control process and measurement properties including the energy factors, insulation system, and moisture movement.

R-value is shorthand for the thermal resistance.

Walls are mostly made up of several layers, so different materials are calculated in different ways.
According to, the R-value is determined by “the type of insulation, its thickness, and its density.

The amount of R-value you’ll need depends on your climate, type of heating and cooling system, and the part of the house you plan to insulate.” Moreover, you may have heard of the U-value a.k.a.

thermal transmittance of a building structure.

As an engineering term, it is the inverse of the R-value.

When measuring the R-value, take into consideration the above map chart proposed by our partners at Lowe’s where you can enjoy the luxury of buying our Sustainable & Natural Stone products from the comfort of your home.

We can ship across the country and all over the world.

There are two other energy codes, which are significant for industry professionals.

The K-value (λ), also known as thermal conductivity, indicates the material’s ability to conduct heat.

However, the C-value (thermal conductance) depends on its thickness component.

Below we state five scientific takeaways:.

The higher the R-value, the more effective the insulation, and the more energy you will save.

The lower the U-value, the better its ability to insulate.

The lower the material’s K-value, the greater the insulating effectiveness.

The better insulated a system is, the lower the C-value will be.

Heat is measured in BTUs (British Thermal Units).