Exterior thermal insulation should be applied at temperatures between +5 OC and +30 OC.
Before starting application, constructional components of glass, wood etc. on the building should be protected against dirt and damage.
The whole building and exterior thermal insulation surface should not be humid. Floor alum and interior/exterior wall plasters should be dried.
All application surfaces should be cleaned from residual substances that may reduce adhesion, as well as from grease and dust.
There should be no upward humidity from the soil to the exterior thermal insulation surface, and waterproofing application should be completed minimum 30 cm above the soil.
Durability of existing coating on the building’s walls (lining, paint and old plasters) should be checked, and they should be removed if necessary. Cracks or bulges should be repaired to form a durable surface.
If there are unevenness exceeding 2 cm in the surface where the thermal insulation boards will be adhered, this should be smoothed with rough plaster before application.
The application should be performed after protecting the wall against sunlight, rain and wind considering climate conditions.
Rain gutters, cables etc. on the walls should be placed on the exterior thermal insulation systems with a minimum distance of 6 - 7 cm.
In order to ensure the safety of application and related works, exterior thermal insulation materials should be stored in a dry and cool environment in a way that they will not be deformed.