Green Building Episode 6: How HRV and Mini Split Systems Save Energy

[wpts_spin]Learn more about {furnace repair|furnace repair near me|gas furnace repair|furnace repair service|oil furnace repair|furnace repairs|furnace repair cost|furnace repair companies|furnaces repair|emergency furnace repair|24 hour furnace repair|carrier furnace repair|furnace repair parts|electric furnace repair company|electric furnace repair|lennox furnace repair|furnace service repair|home furnace repair|sears furnace repair|bryant furnace repair|goodman furnace repair|trane furnace repair|cheap furnace repair|heating furnace repair|furnace repair nj|heater furnace repair|local furnace repair|repair furnace|rheem furnace repair|fuel oil furnace repair|affordable furnace repair|furnace repair company|gas furnace repair parts|diy furnace repair|boiler furnace repair|wall furnace repair|heating and furnace repair} here. [/wpts_spin]This short film is Episode 6 of Peckham Architecture’s 11-part documentary series on how to construct a green building for energy efficiency and a lower carbon footprint. This episode shows the installation of HRV (heat recovery ventilation) and mini split systems and explains how they contribute to energy conservation in a passive house.

Peckham Architecture’s LEED Platinum home headquarters is Missouri’s first Passive House Institute US (PHIUS) Certified building. Solar panels and super insulation make our eco house net-positive, which means that it produces more electricity than it consumes. LED lights, a tankless water heater and Energy Star appliances further improve our energy efficiency.

This fully accessible green building features a 1,200-square-foot office and 2,500 square feet of living space for Nick and Diane Peckham, plus a garage and unheated 3-season porch.

To learn more, visit, find us on Houzz or contact us:
[email protected]

Produced by Hominy Branch Media, LLC
Directed by Tiny Attic Productions, LLC
Filmed by Matt Schacht
Original music by Josh Wright (Tiny Attic Productions, LLC)