The highest possible standard

We are experts in low energy buildings.

Trained and qualified as a Certified Passive House Consultant we are able to design and model high-performance buildings.

As a Certified Passive House Tradesperson have a deep understanding of what makes great thermal performance and how to achieve it through insulation and airtightness.

Not heard of Passive House before? Find out what it is and why we believe it to be a great standard.

Retrofit Expertise

As a graduate of the AECB CarbonLite Retrofit Course we have in depth understanding of retrofit theory to support and inform our hands-on practical knowledge.

We guide your project from start to finish taking a ‘Whole House Approach’ in line with PAS 2035.

Find out more about our Road to Retrofit.

Driven by Ethics, Not Profit

As members of the AECB (Association for Environment Conscious Building) we take our high standards beyond simply the quality of our work and into the nature of our business.

From the materials we use to where we bank and how we get to site, our ethics are at the heart of our operation.

Our Services

We offer a broad range of services to create sustainable buildings and lifestyles.

Airtightness & Draughtproofing

Whole House Retrofit


Natural, Recycled & Reclaimed Materials

Traditional Plastering

Lime Repointing

Who We Are

With broad experience, skills, knowledge and expertise in sustainability and environmental issues our team are ready to help.

BA Philosophy (Hons), Certified PassiveHouse Tradesperson, AECB CarbonLite Retrofit Graduate

Ross specialised in ethics, moral and social philosophy at university but was frequently reprimanded for seeking practical applications in his studies. After graduating he sought ways to put theory into practice.

He worked for many years as a professional forager where he developed a deep understanding of food systems. He went on to launch a sustainable construction company where he refined his skills in using natural materials and traditional techniques.

Rachael Hannay

BA Social Anthropology (Hons), MA Sustainable Development (Distinction)

Rachael has been interested in forest conservation since she was a child and after travelling the world chose to study Social Anthropology and Sustainable Development.

Rachael has worked in different countries thoughout Asia, Africa and Latin America in the areas of community-based natural resource management, communal land tenure and REDD+ with a focus on indigenous and community land rights.

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