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.
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.
You've heard that a passive home doesn't need a furnace, so what's the deal with air source heat pumps?
You've heard again and again that south-facing is the optimal orientation for a passive home. What if this isn't possible?
A passive home is often likened to a thermos due to its highly insulated nature. Find out about the insulation we use in our homes.
Radon is known for being invisible, odorless, and tasteless. Why do you need to be aware of it?
A passive home is built to be resilient. This includes heat resilience.
We answer your questions about energy recovery ventilators!
EkoBuilt's ERV of choice makes building your passive house that much easier.
One of the keys to the super low energy footprint of a Passive House is abundant insulation. But not just any insulation will do.