The passive house is a growing trend in New Zealand. People are looking for ways to save money on their homes without compromising on style or design. Here are some examples of passive house styles.
The main thing to understand about these styles is that they are designed with the goal of reducing heating and cooling costs. They are also smaller in size than traditional houses.
If you want to live near your workplace, a near range attached house is a good choice. This will help save money because you will not have to install a central heating system. You can heat only the room where you work in and this can save thousands of dollars a year.
A small bay window with solar panelling adds to the look of the outdoor space of the NZ property. It also helps to heat only the area where it is used.
This horticulture house is designed with a double set of doors and a rear sliding glass door. This design can reduce the amount of heat that is lost through the roof. The insulation value of the passive house is important because it is often placed between the home’s external walls and is used to insulate the home.
The roof in a passive house is sloped towards the home and has a low pitch. As a result of this, it is a good place to put in radiant floor heat.
This house has slopes that face each other and it works well in reducing heat loss. It is also good for insulating against cold.
If you are in an area that gets high wind areas, it is important to install a roof with lower slope. This will help reduce heat loss and helps prevent the building from cracking.
Since it is a lean to design, it does not have many windows. You should take advantage of the fact that you can convert the windows into double glazing windows that will give you better energy efficiency.
This passive house is a bit smaller than a traditional house. It has a double glazed basement which makes it good for insulation against the cold.
If you are getting ready to sell your home and are concerned about your resale then you should be able to sell in just two weeks or less with this design. It has no external walls and is positioned behind external walls so that the heat can escape to the outside.
Most people who are buying a new house are looking for some way to save money on their design. Passive house designs can do just that.