The popularity of Passive House building is swiftly rising, and it’s no surprise why. A Passive home is much more energy-efficient than a traditionally-built home, but exactly HOW much more efficient? And, how much money do Passive homeowners save? This Passive vs. Traditional home comparison sheds some light on the dramatic differences between the two. Unbelievable difference #1: The average Passive home completely pays for itself in about 60 years!
Source: Darren Macri of BleuNest
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