The 'passive houses': a construction trend that became fashionable in the 80s and that revives due to the need to shrink the gas and electricity bill.
The consumption of energy within a home is a fixed expense for all families, who have seen their electricity or gas bills increase due to the general increase in prices. That is why, now, some concepts and ideas related to saving come to light, as is the case of passive houses.
The secret of Passivhaus houses: how to pay only 150 € a year for heating and air.
No, it's not a typo, you read that right. For 30 years there has been a construction standard capable of isolating homes so much that energy consumption is practically zero.
Do you know why passive houses are the construction of the future?
Energy efficiency, better air quality and more silence are some of the advantages offered by passivhaus (or passive houses), which achieve great savings in energy consumption and reduce as much as possible the climate impact of our homes.
What are Passivhaus Houses and what are their principles?
Full of benefits, both economic and for the environment and our health, Passivhaus houses are a phenomenon that does not stop growing around the world. It is about gaining in quality of life and comfort, but also in saving capacity.
Cellular concrete, the fashionable ecological material in construction that replaces bricks.
In Europe there are more than 150 factories that produce this type of concrete and in Spain it is already beginning to be manufactured.
The Passivhaus certificate: from concept to detail
If you are interested in knowing everything about the Passivhaus Certificate, this is your ultimate guide