Sustainable Living

How to Have a Comfortable, Safe and Affordable Home - Home Style Green Interview

How to Have a Comfortable, Safe and Affordable Home - Home Style Green Interview

This past Easter we had a chat with Matthew Cutler-Welsh from Home Style Green. Take a look inside to read about sustainable living and listen to the podcast interview.

Caring For Our Planet: Part 3 - Living Off Grid and Loving the Land

Caring For Our Planet: Part 3 - Living Off Grid and Loving the Land

This post is Part 3 of a Multi-Part series about creating a more sustainable future.

One Planet, One People, Please...

In this post we will discuss off-grid systems, the concept of "reduce, reuse and recycle" within the building industry, the impact of building a house on the land and wider natural environment both during the build and afterwards, and how to build houses with heart ♥️

 

Caring For Our Planet: Part 2 - Passive House and Energy Efficiency

Caring For Our Planet: Part 2 - Passive House and Energy Efficiency

This post will touch upon Passive House concepts, the importance of ventilation and heat exchange, and why your windows and doors are one of the most important features of creating a house that saves you money throughout the lifetime of the house.

Caring For Our Planet: Part 1 - Sustainable Building, Sustainable Living

Caring For Our Planet: Part 1 - Sustainable Building, Sustainable Living

This post is Part 1 of a Multi-Part series about creating a more sustainable future. Topics covered in the series are:

  • Sustainable and eco-friendly building options
  • Toxicity in your home and how to reduce it as you build
  • Recycling and reducing waste, both in the building industry and in our personal lives
  • Energy efficiency in your home
  • Living off the grid and more in alignment with our natural environment

Why use UPVC windows and doors?

Why use UPVC windows and doors?

What's the big deal about UPVC windows and doors? Why not just stick to good ol' aluminium framing? Here, we break down the differences between the two and why at Park Homes, we'll will only use UPVC framing for our energy efficient houses.