1. How do you build a net-zero energy home?
The process of building a net-zero home is starkly different from building a standard home. There are some basic steps to keep in mind before you start planning your net-zero home project: ensure that you have sufficient space to incorporate renewable energy systems; figure out ways to reduce your buildings’ energy demand; select high-efficiency heating devices, and curate a commissioning plan to follow. Schneider Electric is a leading provider of circuit protection devices, home automation systems, electric vehicle charging solutions, and much more. The company helps you build sustainable homes by being a one-stop destination for all your eco-friendly project needs.
2. Are smart homes a smart idea?
Amidst the pandemic, when the world has collectively gone digital, it comes off as no surprise that people are drawn towards the idea of building smart homes for the future. A smart home carries the intelligence to understand the energy requirements of your home, which leads to zero wastage; it is cost-efficient in the long run and secures your home exceptionally well. Investing in a smart home can have long-term benefits like strong resilience against artificial and natural threats, reduced carbon footprint, low energy usage, and energy costs, easy customization, etc. At Schneider Electric, we have a competent team of experts who will make your dream of a smart home come true by providing excellent home-building services and solutions.
3. What does a sustainable home have?
The structure of any net-zero home must comprise of the following six basic features: proper insulation, energy-efficient design, passive heating and cooling, recyclable building material, wastewater treatment, and smart and natural lighting. Schneider Electric strongly believes itself to be a smart home builder and envisions a future where wastage is minimal and savings are optimal. Our experienced installers and highly proficient engineers will guide you in this journey, extending the best possible services required in smart home construction.