Author: AndrewBarakat


The 110% Superbonus legislation provides that the increased deduction can be obtained on the energy efficiency measures of the structures . As regards the photovoltaic sector , two operations are envisaged that give the right to a 110% deduction: the installation of photovoltaic solar systems , connected to the electricity grid up to a total amount of expenses not exceeding 48 thousand euros and in any case within the limit of expenditure of 2,400 euros for each kW of nominal power of the solar photovoltaic system; and the simultaneous or subsequent installation of storage systems integrated in solar photovoltaic systemssubsidized under the same conditions as solar systems and within the spending limit of 1,000 euros for each kWh.

To collect the 110% deduction, the interventions must be carried out together with or following energy efficiency operations of the buildings (for example, operations in favor of anti-seismic measures) and that the surplus energy , not accumulated, is sold to the Operator. of Energy Services.

However, it was not clear whether the spending limit of 48 thousand euros for the installation of photovoltaic systems could be combined with the interventions on storage systems (in the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčimproving the efficiency of the architecture from an energy point of view) or if the expense was limited to a single intervention. Thus the Revenue Agency clarified the issue: the spending limit of 48 thousand euros for the installation of photovoltaic systems and storage systems, which are so good for the future of the Earth and which allow access to the deduction provided for thanks to the Superbonus 110% , it is not cumulative. “The expense refers to the single intervention” – declared the Revenue Agency with the diffusion of Circular 60 / E / 2020, specifying what was previously stated.

Effective alternatives to building inspection services

Evaluating a building for existing and potential problems such as fractures, moisture buildup, COOLING AND HEATING errors, as well as architectural weaknesses creates an important part of any type of preventive and corrective evaluation system.

It supports the framework of the structure and also plays a fundamental role in the circulation of energy and also of products such as air and water. Parts such as the floor, doors, windows, roof covering and walls consist of the building envelope.

Physical inspection approaches have conventionally been used to inspect building envelopes, but they offer specific drawbacks as they are expensive and time-consuming. In particular, their accuracy is often surrounded by unpredictability.

On the other hand, inspection methods such as the infrared structure envelope performance survey provide proven and accurate data that allows the homeowner and center executives to take clear action against potential problems. These construction assessment services can read and tape the thermal performance of the walls and window assemblies on a structure.

For example, if a credible leak occurs in an inner pipe that crosses the wall surface, it is not necessary to separate the wall to identify the source of the leak. Exploring an infrared camera could help a thermographer locate the source of leaks or other problems such as loose electrical connections.

The best component for this assessment service is that it could be performed in various stages such as:

This assessment technique could check whether a new building meets the desired requirements. The homeowner is advised to opt for an infrared building assessment when obtaining a new home

This evaluation system could also be used as an essential component of the structure’s power conservation program to check for ring holes.

After a repair service or rebuilding activity, infrared facility assessment could help discriminate between a large task and a poor task.

There are several elements contained in an infrared building envelope performance study. These include: air purification, exfiltration, insulation problems, HEATING AND COOLING problems, moisture buildup in the wall and much more.