Passive house or passivhaus barn conversion set in green countryside with blackened timber cladding

We understand Passive House and low energy buildings

Construction and sustainability may sound like an oxymoron, and there are times that it is.  But there are instances when the two are integrated, they complement each other to create something extraordinary. 

Passive house or passivhaus residence with cotswold stone and timber cladding overlooking meadow and woodland from large glass windows with large bush bottom left
Passive House with zinc and timber cladding in garden with glass balcony
Passivehouse under construction with decorative timber cladding and scaffolding in sunshine

Low energy, high quality design

It’s well known that a Passive House can only be delivered through careful design and crucially, by thoughtful and careful construction by a properly skilled and motivated construction team. For us it is the norm.

LONGEVITY

Whether your project is striving for Passive House certification or not, the principles can be applied to all new projects; ensuring your house is energy efficient for years to come.

Passive House Principles

Passive House buildings are designed to use vastly less energy than a conventional building without compromising on comfort or health.  MAKE are one of very few construction companies in the UK who have successfully delivered projects to satisfy the Passive House Standard criteria.

Passive house architecturally designed oak staircase with waterfall lighting feature and double height ceiling and glass balustrade
Passive house or passivhaus barn conversion with blackened timber cladding with view into modern kitchen through large glass sliding doors
Passive house or passivhaus residence with cotswold stone and timber cladding overlooking meadow and woodland from large glass windows
Logos of chartered building company national federation of builders federation of master builders passivhaus trust the green register and build safety group