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Today, with the possibility of self-consumption, a single Linky electricity meter is sufficient to count the electricity sold and consumed by the house.
For self-consumption without resale, it is not necessary to change the meter.
For self-consumption with resale, Enedis will intervene to install a Linky meter so that you can benefit from the feed-in tariff for the electricity produced.
Income from photovoltaic production is not taxable in the case of total or partial resale. Except if the production exceeds the consumption of the house by more than twice.
No, photovoltaic modules do not consume electricity, day or night.
No, because the microinverter switches off when the grid is disconnected for safety reasons (see standard: DIN VDE 0126-1-1/A1).
Yes, as the owner or tenant of a home that produces some of its own electricity, you are considered a producer and you must establish a Convention d'Auto-Consommation Sans Injections (CACSI) with Enedis on Enedis Connect
In the case of openings larger than 2.4 m, it is possible to place 2 maxi-lintels end to end. In this case it is necessary to support the junction of the two.
The installation of thin joint bricks requires the traditional tools of the mason, such as the ruler, the level, the rubber mallet... However, it also requires additional special tools, including
- Metal laying plates for the first bed of traditional mortar.
- A rotary mixer mounted on a drill for mixing the adhesive mortar.
- An applicator roller for precise and regular application of the adhesive mortar.
We recommend the use of OC2 or OC1 semi-lightweight rendering on all TERREAL building brick ranges.
Of course, there is the warmth of the material, its countless models, its shapes and aspects that blend in with all regions and styles, but beyond these considerations, clay tiles are among the most durable materials. Can we not still find tiles from Greek or Roman antiquity in Europe? There is no doubt that terracotta is synonymous with quality, durability and the art of living, a real "asset" for your home. Today, techniques have evolved further to guarantee a stable and impeccable product for several generations. There are other technical and installation arguments in favour of using this natural material: weight per m², regulatory framework, breakage, "Faraday cage" effect, etc. Rot-proof, non-combustible and 100% natural, clay roof tiles are made from clay and sand, natural materials. It is a healthy, durable product that is resistant to frost, wind, bad weather, etc.