Passive wooden house means a house with annual energy consumption not exceeding 15 kWh/(m²a). To achieve these saving measures, we use highly effective insulation of walls, roofs and floors of a thickness of 360-400 mm, high-quality filling of the holes and last but not least, it is necessary to ensure a proper airtight building envelope. This type of wooden houses requires the installation of a forced ventilation system - the so-called recovery system. The air leaving the building heats the installed unit, which in turn heats the air coming into the building. This device provides house users with a number of other benefits, such as constant fresh air without ventilation or prevention to mildew and odors. Energy to heat the buildings is taken mainly from house users and home appliances.
Structure of passive panels:
Diffusion-open plaster system - thickness 10 mm
We can also build your low-energy wooden house from large massive wood panels