Sustainable homes with innovative technology

 

Our innovative building design technology is driven by sustainability, taking advantage of environmentally-friendly materials and processes. The resulting homes can be constructed quickly and efficiently, have a high-end architectural look and low running costs and emissions.

 

SIPs - Structural Insulated Panels

 

Habitech's Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) are a system of interlocking wall and roof components optimised to be as high-quality, strong and energy-efficient as possible. The panels are all manufactured to spec prior to construction, minimising material waste and construction time. SIPs allow our buildings to be as sustainable as possible whilst minimising cost.

 

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Magnesium Oxide Cladding

Magnesium Oxide Cladding is a lightweight construction system designed to be high performance, efficient, cost effective, sustainable and safe. MgO panels are made from all natural materials and are fire, water and UV resistant making it a safe, clean and long lasting material.

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Effective Insulation

Habitech utilises the fine tolerances of factory manufacturing to produce Panellised Insulation with minimal gaps. This maximises the effective insulation to something that is far greater than traditional insulation batts and blankets.

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Energy Systems 

We utilise heat recovery ventilation systems to drive the energy and fresh air performance of our houses.

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HABITECH IS NOW IN NEW ZEALAND, EXCLUSIVE TO OUR NEW ZEALAND PARTNER LITEGREEN PROJECTS! 

Habitech Systems is delighted to now be able to offer our services in New Zealand, exclusively through our partners, LiteGreen Projects. LiteGreen are part of the New Zealand Superhome movement, which over the next three years aims to build 1000 homes that all achieve HomeStar ratings of between six and 10 stars.

Affordability, earthquake resilience, thermal comfort and a healthy indoor environment are key elements of a Super Home, but ultimately the aim is to “promote and normalise” the idea of energy-efficient sustainable homes through open source sharing of design and construction information.

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