Latest projects & news
- Wolf partner with Genersys Solar
- Passive House in Newbridge (video on Homepage)
- Vphase: Sunday Times & featured on DIY:SOS
- Energy efficiency ratings to be compulsory for home sales
- CNN meets Hans Eek & reports on PassivHaus retrofits
- Hans Eek - The Vision & the Visionary of the Passive House Concept
Specialist Design Service
To achieve the best performance and comfort from an MVHR system, the detail of the installation is very important. Where and how ducting is installed, the precise positioning of intake and exhausts and where insulation is used will all affect the efficiency of heat recovery. Correct design of acoustic attenuation will mean an acoustically imperceptible system which is comfortable to live with. Our technical team are skilled designers and use specialist CAD software to create ducting systems layouts, which are both efficient and quiet.
We use highly qualified installers throughout the installation process to ensure the system is installed to deliver the fresh, warm or cool air at maximum efficiency.
Tailored Design Service
Our specialist design service can be extended to offer a tailored package design solution, and include other elements such as:
- solar collectors
- air source heat pumps
- ground source heat pumps
- biomass & pellet boilers
Call us on 0845 519 2065 to discuss your requirements or send us your plans to
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If you require a tailored service or are producing a volume build project, we would be delighted to hear from you. We can offer tailored solutions and volume discounts.
Passive House Planning Package PHPP
The PHPP (Passive House Planning Package) is a software tool used to help design and certify Passive Houses. It has proven to be a reliable and accurate instrument for energy balance calculations, since the early 1990's. It takes into account all the building elements and services, together with the climate data for the location of the building
By using the PHPP at the beginning of the design stage, it allows for changes and adjustments to be implemented to the design, in order to improve these energy balances on domestic and commercial buildings.