For customers making a longer term investment in their home, happy that this will be offset against escalating fuel costs and further reducing the impact of their build.
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  • Closed panel with U-value of 0.15 W/m2 K
  • Airtightness < 3 m3/hr/m2 @ 50 Pa
  • Minimises repeating thermal bridging

Light Green

For customers looking to build a good quality, energy efficient home, balancing build costs with running costs and environmental impact.
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  • Open or Closed panel with U-value of 0.18 W/m2 K
  • Airtightness between 3 and 5 m3/hr/m2 @ 50 Pa
  • Service void if required

Ever Green

For customers wishing to make their home as low carbon and low impact as possible and leave their building as a legacy: ever green thinking!
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  • Closed panel with U-value of 0.15 W/m2 K
  • Airtightness < 3 m3/hr/m2 @ 50 Pa
  • Thermal inertia benefits of the Greencore HempCell System to provide a positive performance gap

All build systems may be used with stone, brick, render, timber or other cladding systems.
All build systems are compatible with conventional or high thermal performance foundation systems.

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"A low risk, cost certain build approach."
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"You oversee progress, we deliver your build."

Natural Materials

Optimising the design of your home helps you to minimise running costs. Low running costs mean low energy usage and therefore reduced carbon emissions during the lifetime of your home. This makes great sense for your pocket and the environment. But we also go further....

Our most popular build system uses timber and hemp products which actually absorb carbon during their growing cycle.
In addition to this carbon lock-in, choosing these materials for your build saves the energy and carbon associated with the manufacture of more intensive alternatives such as masonry.

By this combination of carbon lock-in and appropriate material substitution, your home could save up to 5 tonnes of CO2 before you even move in. That’s the same as nearly 25,000 miles of driving in a modern car.
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