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The Future of Housing

Pure Haus cares about the future of housing and we care about the sustainability of housing. Climate change is the biggest challenge that mankind has faced and as a country we are falling short of our housebuilding targets. We are doing our part to overcome these challenges whilst creating something beautiful and desirable. Beautiful homes…
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Triple pane glazing to minimise heat loss

Windows are one of the most important components in a Passive House building. In fact, without great windows, achieving the Passive House standard is hardly possible. Triple pane glazing is three panes of glass instead of one or two. By having an extra pane, you will increase efficiency and reduce noise. We already know that double…
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What is a Passive House?

A Passive House maintains the thermal mass within the home which reduces carbon emissions from the home through its lifecycle. Building a house to Passive House standard takes a lot of attention to detail and is dependant on many factors; orientation to the sun, form factor, reduced thermal bridges, air tightness of the building envelope…
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Land Owners

Do you own land? Are you interested in homes of the highest standard being built? Pure Haus are excited about the roll-out of our homes across the Yorkshire Region Through sucessfully partnerships with Land Owners, Pure Haus can alleviate some of the problems in the housing market. The demand for carbon zero homes has never…
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Eco houses with a Yorkshire stamp

“The Start Of A Movement” – Eco Houses To Be Built In BradfordThe homes will include technologies to save both money and the environment. A development in Bradford could lead to some of the most environmentally-friendly homes in Yorkshire. Three crumbling buildings in Oakenshaw will be transformed into near zero-carbon houses by Yorkshire-based developers Pure…
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Passive House +

Featured in Passive House +

New Leeds developer goes passive A new property development company in the north-west is putting the passive house standard at the heart of its business. Leeds-based Pure Haus is currently embarking on its very first project, a scheme of two high-specification houses in Oakenshaw, Bradford that will be built to the passive house standard, and…
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Fab example of a Passive House

At Pure Haus we are striving towards a future where all homes deliver the necessities of a home, a place that is calm, peaceful, comfortable, refreshing, safe, secure and ecologically kind to the environment! Here is a great example of a passive house.

Air pollution

Air Pollution and its Negative Impact on the World’s Population

Air pollution is damaging our health, 40,000 people die unnecessarily and it ruins the quality of life for hundreds of thousands. Its time to change the way we do everything!

Pure Meadows​ featured in T&A

The first detached homes to be built in the UK to the passive house standard for sale.

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