Net-Zero Moricetown Housing Project

Net-Zero Moricetown Housing Project

Net-Zero completed four homes for the Moricetown Band earlier this year, built with Structurally Insulated Panels and screw pile foundations. 

The 833 square foot houses come with two bedrooms and one bath as well as high efficiency wood stoves, the smallest houses Net-zero has built so far.

The houses feature a six foot covered porch, hardy plank siding, six-inch SIP exterior walls and high quality, made in Canada Merit kitchen and bathroom cabinets.

The houses were built without concrete foundations. Instead Net-Zero used screw piles, an anchoring system used for deep foundations in almost any type of ground.

Featured Project

Super Energy Efficient Home on Hudson Bay Mountain

Net Zero Structural Insulated Panel Home Hudson Bay Mountain

Net-Zero has supplied a full Structural Insulated Panel (SIPs) package, including basement walls, main and second floor walls and roof panels for a new home currently under construction high up on Hudson Bay Mountain.


Did You Know?

As the difference between ambient air and the air encapsulated in the EPS foam in a Net-Zero SIP panel become more and more pronounced, the r-value of the foam increases. The practical implication is that the colder it gets, the more insulation value the foam has.  Read more...

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