Here at Energy Plus Homes we take a fundamentally different approach to designing and building homes.
We use advanced technologies and new materials to create homes that will perform to standards not seen before in New Zealand. In fact our goal is to ensure that Energy Plus Homes deliver the highest performing houses available anywhere in the world.
We understand that true affordability in housing is not achieved by lowest cost to deliver but by the combination of lowest build cost and lowest ongoing operating costs. Minimising or eliminating energy costs, and clever mortgages where required, are the key.
Don’t all building companies do this? No, because it simply doesn’t enter their consciousness. Most building companies fall into either of two categories. The first are trade qualified builders who know how to build using traditional materials and techniques, but while the quality of their work might be good the houses they are building are little advanced from those built 30 – 40 years ago. The second are large companies run by directors whose responsibilities are to return maximum profits to their shareholders. Neither of these have any interest in innovation or improving standards above the minimum requirements of the NZ Building Code.
Energy Plus Homes is different.
The three directors each have considerable experience in the design, construction and financing of energy efficient homes.
Together the team’s combined skills and experience are shaping a whole new world of possibilities in housing, delivering a new level of previously undreamt of comfort and ease of living.
If we can build you a house that can generate all of its own electricity, should we?
If we can build you a house that will always be comfortable without additional heating, should we?
If we can build you a house that will provide you with the best internal air quality, should we?
If we can build you a house that is more resilient in natural disasters, should we?
If we can build you a house that allows you to pay your mortgage off years faster, should we?