Refurbishment: the most profitable investment for a building

90% of our lives are spent inside buildings. Therefore it’s a priority that these buildings are in adequate habitability conditions to preserve our well-being, health and quality of life.


Turn your roof into a new functional space

Reuse of spaces

Flat roofs have always been forgotten places, we only reminded of them when there’s a problem or leak. In the case of flat roofs, and thanks to the ability to refurbish, we can convert these areas into useful spaces for both public and private use, transforming them into leisure areas, gardens, urban gardens and community areas.

Thermal and acoustic comfort

Roofs are the last aspect of buildings and they have to adequately protect us from the high and low temperatures outside, as well as the noise from cities and loud environments. For this we use thermal and acoustic insulation systems that contribute to adequate comfort inside the building.

Building Protection

To keep a building standing, its structure must be protected against environmental conditions. For this, it is necessary to renew the waterproofing of roofs to guarantee a correct watertightness, without which the roofs are a failure from the technical and functional point of view.


Reduces heating and cooling energy costs by up to 70%. *

Visual enhancement

The façade is probably the best letter of presentation of a building, it tells us about its architecture, history and even the culture in which the building itself is framed. For this reason, sometimes the facades of old buildings often denote poor and degraded aesthetics that usually show little real estate value.
The refurbishment of facades is undoubtedly the best option to achieve revaluation of the building and turn it into an asset of interest, as well as to achieve a suitable aesthetic for the users of the building.

Thermal and acoustic comfort

In 20th century buildings, the façade normally presents serious deficiencies in thermal-acoustic insulation that have an impact on buildings having to consume large amounts of energy to maintain comfortable temperatures inside, or else, they result in numerous external noise annoyances that don’t allow adequate privacy to carry out activities or rest itself in the case of dwellings. The rehabilitation of the blind parts, together with the windows, avoids these inconveniences in old buildings.

Building protection

Sometimes the facades of old buildings denote poor and degraded aesthetics that normally show humidity pathologies that affect the durability of the materials and the structure of the building itself. In addition, they affect their behaviour
thermal, causing thermal bridges and condensation problems. The renovation of the facades again protects the buildings against the elements.

Common zones

Renew the image of the common areas of the buildings to revalue the building by 20%. *

Visual enhancement

One of the most valued aspects of a building is the presence of useful and attractive common areas for its users. Rehabilitating common areas such as car parks, utility rooms & facilities, and wet areas, it is possible to revitalise a space condemned to degradation by the passage of time and recover its functionality. In this way we can achieve a 20% revaluation of the building.

Acoustic comfort

Sometimes inadequate acoustic insulation of common areas, especially machinery and facilities rooms or even parking lots or leisure areas, are a source of discomfort for building users. To maintain its functionality and the building’s own value, we must correctly isolate unwanted noise from these areas.

Building protection

Investing in watertight systems protects the structure of the building and extends its useful life. Roofs, parking lots, basement walls, machine rooms, changing rooms and other potentially damp areas must be rehabilitated to avoid major damage to the building structure.
In the case of car parks, it will also be possible to have suitable rolling surfaces for the transit of vehicles.


Improve the acoustic comfort of your home by reducing the insulation of your neighbors by up to 10 db. *

Visual enhancement

In addition to its aesthetics, the interior appearance of a building also reflects its degree of comfort and habitability. Discolorations, dampness and condensation on the walls, ceilings and floors show the passage of time and the adversities suffered by the building. It is time to refurbish; so that a new attractive and functional aesthetic will last over time and be reliable proof of the comfort and habitability that the building offers.

Thermal and acoustic comfort

In addition to taking care of the interior aesthetics of the buildings, we must preserve their functionality from the thermo-acoustic point of view. For this, it is necessary to undertake reforms and renovations, which allow meeting the minimum requirements in terms of thermal and acoustic insulation. This will undoubtedly help to reduce the energy demand of the building in addition to avoiding uncomfortable disturbances caused by noise that can sometimes even lead to conflicts between neighbors.

Building protection

On many occasions, the interior reform does not contemplate the correct waterproofing of wet areas such as bathrooms, kitchens or storage rooms. It is necessary to properly waterproof these areas to ensure the watertightness of the building structure and thus not reduce its useful life.