February 2020 - Passive House Systems Ireland
The Increasingly Popular Timber Inspection Doors

The Increasingly Popular Timber Inspection Doors

A poorly insulated and draughty inspection door will result in significant heat loss and potential moisture damage in your attic space. One of our most popular products, the Passive House Systems Timber Inspection Doors, combats this heat loss with it’s 80mm...
Solar Farms

Solar Farms

Over 80 developments between 2015 and 2018 had been granted planning permission for Solar Farms throughout the Republic of Ireland. However, to date, none of these renewable energy sources are operational. In 2018 it was reported that The Ireland Strategic Investment...
Introduction to NZEB

Introduction to NZEB

What 1are Nearly Zero Energy Buildings? Nearly Zero Energy Buildings are defined in the Energy Performance in Buildings Directive (EPBD) as “a very high energy performance… The nearly zero or very low amount of energy required should be covered to a very significant...
Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery

Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery

Every home needs fresh air for good indoor air quality and the safe operation of combustion appliances. Opening windows and doors teamed with extractor fans was in the past sufficient. To ensure lower energy demands as well as creating a healthy home, it’s important...
Passive House Institut Certification

Passive House Institut Certification

We are extremely proud to announce that our products have been recently certified by Passive House Institute in Darmstadt! PHS Sd Variable Membrane, PHS Argo Joining Tape and PHS Ottello Adhesive Sealant are the main components of the PHS Airtightness System!    The...