An update on our Dripsey Passive House project, with Whitebon Developments. The project involves the upgrade and extension of a period property. The insulation and airtightness work to the original stone building are progressing nicely. All products being used are natural,
Reducing embodied carbon at design stage is a mindset! By making sustainable choices for products and materials, for no extra cost, we can dramatically improve a project’s carbon footprint. We thought we would share how we did this in one
We are delighted to confirm that our recently completed Passive House in Meath has achieved an extremely comfortable A1 BER rating, with an energy value of -13.31kWh/m2/yr and C02 emission of -2.62kgC02/m2/yr. The 6.5kW 20 panel PV array is of
We are very excited with the progress of works on site at Dripsey. The existing extensions have been demolished and the c.1830's building has been stripped back to its original stonework. The original building will be retained and restored, and
The material palette of brick and larch on this emerging Passive House (of course!) reflects the textures of mature Scots Pines and respectfully acknowledges the context and diverse nature of the Marina’s waterfront houses.
We are delighted that our latest Passive House in Co. Meath, is nearing completion! A final air test result of 0.57ach was achieved and is a credit to all involved including Denis Kealy of Keamc Construction, Long Life Structures and Roman of Clioma House. This Passive
Situated alongside the coast, this, our newest and nearly completed passive house, actively engages and enjoys its surroundings. The design celebrates breath-taking coastal views whilst sitting comfortably within the rugged West Cork landscape. The preliminary assessments of this contemporary take on