If your home is heated by a gas furnace or propane, switching to a heat pump will save you money and reduce reliance on fossil fuels.
Here at EkoBuilt, we've been building and blogging about passive and net zero homes for years. We've got everything you need right here.
We've looked recently at the beauty of concrete and reclaimed hardwood. Next up is natural cork.
Hardwood is an enduring staple in our homes. Find out how you can opt for a more sustainable floor with reclaimed hardwood.
Geothermal is better known, but an air source heat pump is what your house needs. Find out more.
A passive house has many super powers, among them exceptional air quality. This matters more than ever!
Have you considered using a wood stove as your primary heat source in your passive home? You can, but here's what you need to know.
As a follow up to our recent post on utility rooms in a passive home, we're sharing five possible utility rooms layouts.
Our passive homes have incredibly small utility rooms (also known as mechanical rooms). Find out more!
Many cities across North America are adopting new city plans with targets for intensification. This is one way to increase home ownership.
For anyone planning a larger, multi-unit development, going passive or net zero is a game changer.
A smart passive design is exactly where you need to start if you want a comfortable, affordable and future-friendly vacation home.