Demand for fast, more affordable and energy efficient methods in construction have given rise to the reinvention of a proven technology.
Structural Insulated Panels aren’t new but their adaptation to the harsh Australian environment is proving they have a place in the delivery of affordable, energy efficient and aesthetically stunning homes.
Double Glazing your windows and doors will soon be the standard. Having double glazed windows will help keep the heat out in summer, and keep in the warmth in during winter. Not many of us enjoy heating and cooling systems that are forever turning on and off, causing noise and blasting us with hot or cold air. Double glazing will keep your home’s temperature more stable, while saving up to 50% on energy costs
The second residential solar revolution has begun – home battery energy storage. Solar + storage has arrived on our doorstep. The new generation of energy storage is cheaper to buy, streamlined and better looking.
Soon, plug and play, set-and-forget battery storage for homes such as Tesla Powerwall will become an increasingly common sight in solar households around Australia.
With building codes and energy efficiency strategies increasing the tightness of a home’s envelope, ventilation is becoming an increasingly important factor for indoor air quality and comfort. You need a ventilation strategy or the indoor air quality will suffer..
It’s a healthier and more comfortable alternative to excessively running air conditioning to combat high humidity and temperature infiltrating a home through cracks and openings in the building.
A new generation of ultra-efficient, programmable wireless home lighting that you can control from anywhere with your smartphone or tablet. The iLight system is inexpensive, efficient and easy to install, providing you with an intuitive home lighting system that has 16 million colours to bring your high performance home to life.
Usually when you think of solar hot water, panels and a collector tank installed on a roof spring to mind – a traditional solar hot water system.
A heat pump is a different way to use renewable energy to heat water – one that doesn’t need solar panels! Heat pumps can save you a bundle of cash on your hot water bills, as they use approximately one third the energy of an electric water heater. Additionally, there are generous rebates available making them an extremely economical option!
Domestic wastewater treatment system using modern Japanese technology, replacing old style septic tanks and sewage treatment systems.
Once processed the water is garden friendly and can be used for irrigation, keeping your lawn green all summer long.
Rainwater collection is one of the most environmentally friendly water storage options available. Rather than constantly using up our limited water source, rain water collection works to naturally gather rainwater. This helps to save our limited resources and reuse water that was obtained directly from the environment.