Helping you understand energy and comfort options
It all starts with our energy and comfort focused Fabric Options Assessment. Whether you’re still at the ideas stage or you already have architectural drawings, our comprehensive report, prepared by our skilled team of building physicists, gives you all you need to take control and integrate energy efficiency into your project.
What we do
- Initial briefing with you
- Walkthrough survey of building
- Review drawings, if available
- Build Passivhaus energy model
- SAP guidance, if needed
- Examine improvement options
- Cover comfort, cost and energy
- Produce detailed report
- Review findings with you
- Adapt output to your needs
- Create performance specifications
When to start
Feasibility study / Concept design
As soon as you have an idea of what you are doing with your home we can help you.
Renovation of an Existing Building
Whatever size your project, our building physics consultants and engineers can help you understand the options.
Helping you take control
Our engineers use the Passive House Planning Package (PHPP) to model the energy consumption of your building, and from there will guide you on what needs to be done.
Importantly, because we look at the science behind comfort, we help you avoid the greenwash by only recommending the most appropriate solutions for you and your project.
High quality information
Once the energy model of your home is built, we can examine lots of improvement options and make recommendations on the build-up for each part of your building as well as the heating and ventilation systems. We always look at the impact of options on energy demand, comfort and cost.
Our goal is to help you see what is possible. We even check whether your building can meet Passivhaus benchmarks.
Managing risks for you
Managing risks in a low energy build needs to start early. Appropriately controlling moisture, overheating and maintaining good indoor air quality is all part of how we think about energy. If you have an older building, the risks can be higher and extra care should be taken.