Let’s talk comfort
A building is just a box made to be comfortable: staying warm and dry when it’s cold and wet outside and keeping cool when it’s too hot outside.
By improving the inside air with fresh air coming into the building consistently, occupants will feel the different a passive house can create. Traditionally buildings burn fossil fuels to make heat and electricity but a passive home does not need any fossil fuels to make it comfortable, in fact, we prefer it that way.
Buildings are responsible for 40 percent of the carbon emissions that are impacting our climate.
Standard construction practices have improved in recent years, but we need make this the standard movement for all construction standards. With the world population being projected to be 9 billion in 2050. We will need buildings that use dramatically less energy—or none at all. And because the buildings we create today will be around long after 2050, we’ll have to start building that way now. Our focus, is You and designing and having architecture constructed in better ways.
Comfort + Affordable + Sustainable. Just a few benefits of your new Passive Home
Defining Passive House is simply put as a standard of construction that stands for quality, comfort and energy efficiency. It reduces the need for auxiliary heating and cooling and in other words there is no need for a boiler or even radiators. So the money which could have been spent on these items are placed into the areas that count the most which is the exterior envelope, its air tightness and insulation. Combine that with renewable energy efficiency, the result is the most comfortable home or building for high-performance living that can be created in today’s time.