Reduce your heating bill by 90% AND BE 100% more comfortable than your neighbour!
10 Questions you need answered if you’re designing a new home…
Homes designed and built to Building Code Minimum standard are often cold and costly to heat in the winter and/or they overheat in the summer. This can lead to a situation of ‘fuel poverty’, where people can’t afford to keep a house warm, healthy and comfortable.
Future high energy costs can be easily avoided if you are planning to build a new home. The same logic applies when making the decision to buy a house rather than continue paying rent.
“We wanted a home that provides a great environment to raise our children. We wanted both a healthy environment and a loving environment. It needed to be warm in winter, cool in summer, with healthy air.” - Sam Hazledine, Mindfood Magazine, March 2017
Invest in your future.
Financially, PLUS the health and wellbeing of you and your loved ones.
Increase the value of your home, instead of budgeting for continual heating/cooling expenses. This capital expenditure add's value to your investment and also makes it more attractive in the resale market, rather than creating regular living expenses you need to budget for. Pay off your mortgage rather than paying the power bill.
Promote Family Health and Wellbeing
Living in a healthier and more comfortable environment is priceless if you plan to live a long, healthy and happy life with your family.... and we haven't even mentioned the cost of doctors bills. This is a no brainer.
Download The Comfort Equation now to find out more.
Team Green Architects are leading the way in energy efficient home design in New Zealand. Our team bring years of experience in this area to every project we undertake. We’d be happy to have an initial consultation with you about what’s possible on your budget. All you need to do is click here to complete and return our Scoping Questionnaire – which tells us a little bit more about your project – then we’ll be in touch from there.
We look forward to hearing from you.