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    Employment Opportunities

    We are always open to hiring motivated and creative workers who share our same passion to provide high-quality dwellings and attentive customer service.

    If you are interested, please submit your details and resume.

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      Live Sustainably

      Living in a Granny Flat shouldn’t reduce your standard of living, nor should it impact the ecological footprint on the environment.

      A passive home is a self-sustainable building designed to be comfortable to live in all year round. It is highly energy-efficient, using 90% less energy and reducing CO² emissions by 90%!

      This is generally achieved through simple measures, such as; the orientation of the building, the type of insulation used, shading devices, glazing types, and cross-ventilation. Applying these basic techniques to your Granny Flats allows them to breathe, making it cheaper to heat and cool and ultimately resulting in a healthier, comfortable environment.

      Granny Flat Solutions has been instrumental in learning and applying these principles, and we would love to assist you with your next project.

      What Makes a Passive Home?

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      Proper Insulation

      Higher-performing insulation to the floor, wall and ceiling.

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      No Air Leakages

      No holes in the external fabric of the building to let hot air escape.

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      Proper Windows

      High-performing glazing to maximise solar gail and minimise heat loss.

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      No Thermal Bridges

      A thermal bridge occurs when there is a break, or penetration of the building envelope, allowing heat transmittence.

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      Correct Orientation

      Positioning the Granny Flat, according to seasonal variations, to heat the home during winter and keep it shaded during summer.

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      Heat Recovery Ventilation

      HRV (Heat Recovery Ventilation) is a device that uses the heat to provide the Granny Flat with fresh air.

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      Where does the heat come from?

      Heat can be provided from body heat, sun, appliances, light bulbs and TV.

      Benefits of a Passive Home

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      Save On Energy Bills

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      Environmentally Friendly

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      Build with the Best

      Granny Flat Solutions is the ONLY multi-award winning granny flat company, with over 15 awards under our belt.

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      Excellence In Housing Awards - Winner
      Local Business Award

      “Experience the difference for yourself.”

      Call now to book your obligation free site inspection and quote with our friendly staff.

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