The new housing trend that could save you up to 90 per cent of your energy costs

With more people housebound and exposed to the quality of their homes during lockdowns, a new form of construction standard is emerging that embraces sustainable building practices at our front door.

Passive houses are built to have year-round natural climate control, are free from mould or condensation, and consume as much as 90 per cent less heating and cooling energy than standard houses. It is considered the most rigorous, energy and health-based standard in the design and construction industry.

Click here to read the article in the Sydney Morning Herald featuring 'CLT' Passivhaus Balgowlah and APHA's Chaiperson Chris Nunn.