Energy efficiency & modern design.

When creating SQUARE HUS we paid a huge deal of attention to the energy efficiency of the building, so we made each unit and component in a manner that would increase the energy efficiency rating to the maximum. Thanks to the previous experience in the construction industry and by inviting experienced engineers we have found the best solutions. As a result, we have managed to combine modern architecture and design with an ecological and environmentally friendly approach.

Environmentally friendly solutions

Environmentally friendly solutions.

One of our top priorities here at SQUARE HUS is the care for our environment, therefore by choosing a building created by us as your home, you will also make an environmentally friendly gesture.

Considering the large glass area of the building, we have been looking for the optimum and the “greenest” solutions in providing energy efficiency. They include the best technical solutions and specification for windows; the maximum possible use of the natural thermal insulation qualities of wooden constructions – thermal fatigue and heat insulation; well-considered building units, reducing the possibility of thermal bridge formation to the minimum. We are also ready to consult you on the best building orientation for the optimum energy saving.


Energy efficiency conditions

Energy efficiency conditions

The energy efficiency of a SQUARE HUS building is achieved thanks to the following building characteristics:

Construction quality.

We pay a huge deal of attention to the design quality of the building panels. The manufacturing process involves the top-quality materials that are the best suited for the given construction.

We put big effort into avoiding formation of thermal bridges at the panel construction spots. And that reduces heat loss in both certain elements of the building and the whole building.


Energy efficient windows

SQUARE HUS window manufacturing process is based on an innovative concept of materials and manufacturing technologies, which aims at providing the maximum possible warm air formation in the indoors, as well as to avoid the formation of thermal bridges on the window frames. It also facilitates the optimum heating level during the winter season, considering the big window size.