Passive House

Window & Door Options

Although the Linea Passiva profile is a PHIUS Certified window, any Bildau & Bussmann window or door can be engineered to meet Passive House standards.

About Passive House

Passive House (PH) standard construction began in the Early 1990's in Darmstadt, Germany, with the main focus being high energy performance, thermal comfort, and healthy indoor air. Passive buildings reduce their energy consumption by around 80%, and the building longevity is extended to more than 90 years.

Eco Supply represents a number of manufacturers that carry materials and components that are suitable for Passive House construction; vapor open and air tight tapes, high-performance windows and doors, and rain screen systems with thermally broken connectors.

The range of projects we have worked on in the past years has left us with plenty of experience with high-performance construction and Passive House building practices. We now apply this standard principle in all our installation jobs.

This thermal image shows the surface temperature of a row of Brooklyn townhouses in the winter. Fabrica718 renovated the house that appears blue to passive house standards. Photo courtesy Sam McAfee.
Eco Supply provided the Richlite exterior rainscreen on the rear of the home.


Interactive Passive House Diagram

These five points represent the key features to air-tight and Passive House building methods.

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