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The Maximum Glazing House – A Case Study

A client came to us with a difficult challenge, their house had the maximum glazing. Roughly 90% of the external façade of their house was composed of double glazed glass. Despite being double glazed, the Solar Hear Gain Co-efficient value […]

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Choosing “cheap” consultants: Saving Money or Increasing your Construction Costs?!

Raise your hand if you recently selected a consultant, purely on price?
When we ask, “Other than price, were there other factors that guided your decision?”, we often hear “No, the other company gave a competitive price for the same thing”. […]

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Class 2 Units: Building Average Calculation

Dr Anderson recently conducted some training Workshops for an AIBS Energy Efficiency Conference about calculating a Class 2 (Apartment units) Building Average. Since the workshop was well received with good positive feedback, we’ve decided to put the content on our […]

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Changes for Queensland Residential Star Ratings, December 2015

On the 8th of December 2015 the Queensland Department of Housing and Public Works released a Building and Plumbing Newsflash #548 titled “Energy assessments for residential dwellings and use of software”. Its purpose was to advise building certifiers, other building […]

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