Connecting with EkoBuilt in May & June

We have our next passive house webinar and open house dates set. We hope you might join us!

Building your home webinar

Our occasional passive home webinar continues to be hugely popular. We’ve set the date for our next one:

Build Your Home “Ask Me Anything” webinar with EkoBuilt’s Paul Kealey.
Tuesday, June 6th, 7 – 9pm EDT

We’re doing two things differently this time, to help with scheduling:

  • we’ve chosen a Tuesday night (we’ve typically chosen a Wednesday or Thursday)
  • we’re offering an on-demand window for two weeks after the webinar for anyone who can’t make the date.

Register now, to secure your spot and/or know that you’ll be sent the on-demand playback link.

Poster for EkoBuilt's passive house webinar series for home owners

Make the most of the webinar

If your building with your spouse or significant other, make sure that you can attend together if at all possible. It’s a lot of information to take in and you’ll benefit from both being in attendance.

If you know that June 6th doesn’t work, but you want the playback link, please register and pay as you would if you planned to attend. We’ll be sure to send you the link shortly after the webinar date!

EkoBuilt open house in May CANCELLED

We’ve had to cancel our May 2023 open house; please watch back for a date (most likely in latter half of July 2023).

We’re opening the doors to our passive model home and coach house (also known as an ADU, laneway or garden suite) in May.

Come out to tour the four bedroom, 1,500 sq ft bungalow and carriage-house style ADU or coach house (676 sq ft) on Saturday, May 13th, 10am to 4pm.

EkoBuilt owner and resident of the model home, Paul Kealey, will be on hand to say hello and answer some of your questions.

Please watch for an announcement of the new date, likely in the second half of July 2023.

Click to visit the page dedicated to EkoBuilt's passive model home.
Click to learn more about our model home — access the floorplans, see a virtual tour, learn how it’s not just net zero but net positive, and more!

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