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Net Zero Homes of the Future

When we talk green, we’re talking energy efficiency.  On this St. Patricks day, we are encouraging everyone to do more than dress green, but also take a moment to think about how you can live a greener life through your windows and doors! Curious how can you make that happen and how it will benefit you? Keep scrolling to find out!

Being Green

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Considering our homes reside on land that potentially once had trees, it’s becoming increasingly important to make them as eco-friendly as possible. One of the biggest steps you can take to living a greener life is by updating your home or by looking into passive housing for your new home build.  Windows can be a hefty source of heat loss, which means you have to use more electricity to keep your home at a comfortable temperature. Luckily, we have plenty of high efficiency options to get you started on your green journey!

What is a Passive House?


A Passive House is a design technique starting to take hold in British Columbia that takes heating efficiency to a whole

new level. The entire house is designed from the ground up to keep everything insulated to the point where heating and cooling costs are practically non-existent. These advanced methods are a good look into what the future of all housing could look like.

What We Can Do To Help You

Being green isn’t limited to new houses, renovations can always be done to increase the efficiency of your home! Our high calibre windows and doors are designed for Okanagan weather and can help with the first step to your eco-friendly home. As an added bonus you can even qualify for rebates through FortisBC, you can read more about it here!

Still Don’t Know Where To Start?

Better Homes BC offers energy coaching services making it easier than ever to start you green journey! Contact them here. And, of course, you can always come into Euroclad and talk to one of our professionals!