Charcoal is laid on and mixed with foundation soil as a measure against moisture and odors under the floors of houses and buildings, and for room temperature adjustment
Creates a relaxing living space with construction carbon “Plus 1”!
Creates a comfortable environment under the floor.
Perfect for “sick houses”!
Measures for Insulation and Preventive Measures against Dew Condensation and Moisture
Temperature Control and Heat Insulation Effect
Air conditioners have made it comfortable in homes all year round. But today, many of our living environments, particularly the living and working environments for urban dwellers, are surrounded by reinforced concrete. Concrete is a material that maintains temperature and provides thermal insulation at greater levels than people find comfortable.
Charcoal has the effect of adjusting temperatures under the floor. “Plus 1” maintains a comfortable air environment for the whole house or building from the foundation up.
Sick House Measures — Adsorption Effect
Insect and Mold Prevention Measures – Ant, Insect and Mold Repellent
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