A New Forest home has been transformed to meet the EnerPHit (Passivhaus retrofit) standard by Ruth Butler Architects. Green Building Store supplied ULTRA triple glazed timber windows & doors, Lacuna fold-aside doors, airtightness products to the project, as well as construction training to the project contractors.
An ‘L’ shaped, single storey dwelling, designed and certified to the Passivhaus standard, within a challenging and narrow plot. Green Building Store’s PROGRESSION windows and doors and ULTRA doors were specified for the project.
A timber selfbuild project in North Wales has been designed to be low impact and energy efficient and was built with timber from local British woodlands to a budget of £150K.
Case study on the UK’s first veterinary surgery aiming for the Passivhaus low energy building standard. Green Building Store supplied the triple glazed windows & doors and MVHR system for the project.
Case study of a radical retrofit project of an old solid stone walled cottage in Gloucestershire that was modelled in Passivhaus Planning Package (PHPP). Green Building Store’s triple glazed timber ULTRA windows and doors were specified for the project.
Green Building Store’s PERFORMANCE triple glazed timber windows and doors were specified for a food hub building for Liverpool-based community business Squash. The food hub building incorporated a super-insulated timber frame, triple glazed windows, and Scottish larch cladding,
Sustainable building specialists PYC Group have built their own certified Passivhaus office in Welshpool using their own timber frame system. Green Building Store supplied the ULTRA triple glazed timber windows & doors and Compacfoam insulation for the project.
Passivhaus certified 3-bedroom home in the Cotswolds, which is currently the UK’s most airtight home. Designed by Mark Siddall at LEAP Architecture, the project has made great efforts to minimise carbon emissions Green Building Store supplied the triple glazed timber windows and doors and MVHR system at the project.
Retrofit of a Yorkshire barn, creating a well-insulated home by creating a ‘box within a box’. Designed using Passivhaus principles and achieving an airtightness of 0.40 ach @ 50 Pa. Green Building Store’s triple glazed timber windows and doors, MVHR ventilation system and airtightness products were specified for the project.
Sensitive low energy renovation of a 1960s house, originally designed by architect Arthur Quarmby, designed using Passivhaus Planning Package (PHPP) software. Green Building Store’s triple glazed PERFORMANCE timber windows & doors were specified for the project.